What does the LGT?

LGT Group is the largest Private Banking and Asset Management Group worldwide that is wholly-owned by an entrepreneurial family. As the Family Office of the Princely Family of Liechtenstein, we have extensive experience in the management and structuring of family assets. With around 1 900 employees we are represented in more than 20 locations in Europe, Asia, America and in the Middle East.

As the leading bank in the Liechtenstein financial centre, we will be glad to support you if you are looking to use the Liechtenstein Disclosure Facility and offer you individual, long-term solutions for growing, preserving and transferring your assets.

  • LGT Bank is the largest bank in Liechtenstein. Its main strengths include a high level of financial stability and a healthy balance sheet.
  • We provide you with access to innovative investment strategies and a global network of investment managers. 
  • Providing our clients with an independent and personal advisory service is one of our top priorities.
  • Our investment strategies and investment management have an international focus and cover a range of currencies. 
  • The Liechtenstein financial centre offers monetary and political stability, while its membership of two economic areas (EEA and Switzerland) makes it an outstanding location for cross-border banking.

The information published and opinions expressed on this website are for informational purposes only and follow the aim of giving a general overview of the agreement between Liechtenstein and the United Kingdom, thereby in particular the Liechtenstein Disclosure Facility. The information published on this Website has been prepared with care, however, LGT accepts no liability for the information provided being up to date, accurate and complete. Nothing published on this website constitutes investment, legal, tax or other advice. For such advise please consult your own professional advisor. LGT disclaims, without limitation, all liability for any loss or damage of any kind, including any direct, indirect or consequential damages, which might be incurred through the use of or access to the information published on this website.