LGT Bank impresses with investment advice
18 November 2021
LGT Bank is one of the best for customer advice with regard to climate and asset protection. It came in sixth place out of hundreds of asset managers assessed in the Fuchsbriefe quality test. It has also opened a new office in Tokyo.
Fuchsbriefe has named LGT Bank as one of the best in Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg and Switzerland for customer concerns regarding climate and asset protection. With 79.3 points out of a total of 100, it came in sixth place. This means that LGT is still in second place on the all-time rating. Around 100 asset management companies were tested this year.
According to a press release from the banking and asset group owned by the princely House of Liechtenstein, it stood out from its competitors with its very good investment proposal in particular. “The extensive preliminary talk as well as the actual consultation inspire confidence and create close ties with the customer,” according to a quote from Fuchsbriefe. “The investment proposal was impeccable – comprehensive, individual, easy to understand, and transparent.”
Sustainable, responsible investing has long been an essential part of the consulting service according to LGT CEO Roland Schubert: “For this reason, we are particularly delighted that our investment proposal emerged as the best in the running.”
Another press release from LGT Bank on Thursday announces that it has opened a new office in Tokyo. The LGT Wealth Management Trust Inc. (LGT Japan) with headquarters in the Okura Prestige Tower will in future provide high net-worth individuals and family companies in Japan with solutions for individual investment and asset management.