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Financial supervisor reports on its activities

The Financial Market Authority Liechtenstein has published its activity report for 2020. This provides details of its comprehensive procedure for the prevention of money laundering. It also took significant decisions for the future implementation of prudential legislation.

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Liechtenstein maintains top rating

The rating agency S&P Global has confirmed its top rating of AAA with a stable outlook for Liechtenstein. The country again demonstrated its high level of resilience during the coronavirus crisis. Its economy is now likely to recover significantly.

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Liechtenstein Bankers Association with new Roadmap 2025

The banks in Liechtenstein and the Liechtenstein Bankers Association are orienting themselves by a new multi-year strategy. With a schedule reaching up to 2025, they hope to further develop their leading position in international asset management while at the same time becoming more innovative.

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Tribelhorn calls for sustainability strategy

Liechtenstein could help shape a sustainable economy, Simon Tribelhorn asserts. The Managing Director of the Liechtenstein Bankers Association thinks the finance sector is in need of a sustainability strategy. Otherwise, the country might lose touch.

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Liechtenstein financial center operates sustainably

According to Prince Michael, the financial center of Liechtenstein is in a good position when it comes to sustainability. In general, he advocates for personal responsibility and autonomy in the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations.

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LGT enters into UN banking alliance for the climate

LGT Private Banking is one of the 43 founding members of the Net-Zero Banking Alliance of the United Nations. By signing the accession agreement, members commit to becoming carbon neutral by 2050. Investments that are harmful to the environment must be removed from the portfolios.

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Financial center remains on growth course

The Liechtenstein financial center has proven to be crisis-resistant during the coronavirus pandemic. Assets under management at Liechtenstein banks increased to 365.4 billion Swiss francs in 2020. Only a small increase in non-performing loans was observed.

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