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Liechtensteinische Landesbank AG

International private bank and custodian bank for Swiss investment funds. With a branch office in Lugano and a representative office in Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates).
Vaduz
SWIFT: LILALI2X
 

Group company founded (100 %)  in 1998

Board of Directors
Elfried Hasler, Chairman
Dr. Kurt Mäder, Vice Chairman
Dr. Josef Fehr
Roland Matt

Management Board
Patrik M. Paulus, Chairman
Dieter Zürcher

Addresses
Zurich Head Office
Liechtensteinische Landesbank (Switzerland) Ltd.
Stampfenbachstrasse 114
8006 Zurich
Switzerland
Telephone +41 44 421 46 11
Fax +41 44 421 46 22

Lugano Branch Office
Liechtensteinische Landesbank (Switzerland) Ltd.
Lugano Branch Office
Via Vanoni 2
P. O. Box 5869
6901 Lugano
Switzerland
Telephone +41 91 260 31 11
Fax+41 91 260 31 22

Abu Dhabi Representative Office
Liechtensteinische Landesbank (Switzerland) Ltd.
Representative Office Abu Dhabi
27th floor (CH), H.E. Sheikh Sultan Bin Zayed Bld.
Corniche Rd., P. O. Box 48230, Abu Dhabi, U. A. E.
Telephone +971 2 665 56 66
Fax + 971 2 665 52 22

 

History

The longest established bank in Liechtenstein
Liechtensteinische Landesbank Aktiengesellschaft was founded on 5 December 1861, by the then governor Karl Haus von Hausen as the "Zins- und Credit-Landes-Anstalt in the sovereign Principality of Liechtenstein".

At that time, in addition to the establishment of the Landesbank, von Hausen was responsible for the enactment of a new constitution, which improved the difficult conditions in Liechtenstein.

Solidity and safety with the state guarantee
On 12 January 1923, a new savings and lending law came into force in Liechtenstein.

For the Landesbank, this law brought a separation from government administration, a new legal form as an independent institute under public law, the introduction of a board of directors as the supreme governing body and the provision of endowment capital with a continuing unlimited state guarantee. This established the fundamentals for the development of the Landesbank into a modern bank.

In December 1986, we issued bearer participation certificates to the value of 20 million Swiss Francs for the first time to private investors.

Conversion to a public limited company (Aktiengesellschaft)
The "Law concerning Liechtensteinische Landesbank" was enacted by the Landtag (Liechtenstein's parliament) on 21 October 1992, and came into force on 2 January 1993 (legal gazette LGBI. 1992/109). This law provided the prerequisites for the conversion of the Liechtensteinische Landesbank into a public limited company (Aktiengesellschaft).

Expansion
We have been growing steadily since part-privatisation in 1993. At the beginning of expansion, emphasis was placed on the opening of new fields of business in Liechtenstein. The first step abroad was taken in 1998 with LLB (Switzerland) Ltd., supplemented in 2005 and 2008 by the opening of representative offices in the United Arab Emirates. In December 2006, we made a public purchase offer for Bank Linth, which 74.2 % of its shareholders approved. Other expansion steps included an increase of our holdings in Jura Trust to 100 % and in swisspartners Investment Network AG to 61.74 %. Since November 2009, we have additionally been represented with a bank in Vienna. This allows us to advance the expansion of our international business operations in line with our overall strategy.

Meanwhile we are represented with over 1'000 employees in Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Austria, the United Arab Emirates (Abu Dhabi and Dubai), the Cayman Islands, and Hong Kong.

Source and Bank website: http://www.llb.li/llb/llb.nsf/PageID/history

 

 


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