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Liechtenstein’s economic prospects remain positive on an international comparison. Goods exports have been increasing again since mid-2020. The inflation trend will determine the development of the financial market. These are the findings of the Financial Market Authority in its most recent Economics Monitor.
Class 4b at the Realschule Balzers has emerged victorious in the Liechtenstein finals of this year’s European Money Quiz. Two students will now represent the class in the final during European Money Week. The initiative organized by the European Banking Federation aims to improve financial literacy.
Liechtenstein banks recorded impressive results alongside high Tier 1 capital ratios and net new money inflows in 2020. In so doing, the banks successfully ended a year dominated by the coronavirus pandemic and low interest rate environment. The banking sector is also well positioned for the future.
The rating agency Standard & Poor’s has classified the Liechtenstein banking sector in Group 2 of its banking industry ratings. This result therefore confirms the banking sector in Liechtenstein as one of the most stable in the world.
Liechtensteinische Landesbank (LLB) and the LLB Group subsidiary Bank Linth meet the criteria for inclusion on the sustainability indices of the Swiss SIX stock exchange. Shares in both banks have now been listed on the SPI ESG, SPI ESG Weighted and SBI ESG indices.