VP Bank at a glance
VP Bank Group is an internationally active private bank focused on rendering asset management services for private individuals and financial intermediaries. VP Fund Solutions, the fund competence centre, gives easy access to top-notch fund solutions.
VP Bank is one of the largest banks in the Liechtenstein financial centre. In addition to its headquarters in the Principality of Liechtenstein, VP Bank Group is present with offices in six other locations around the globe: Switzerland, Luxembourg, Singapore, Hong Kong, Russia and the British Virgin Islands.
VP Bank Group has a sound balance sheet and a strong capital base. An «A–» rating from Standard & Poor’s vouches for the financial strength of this banking enterprise. The shares of VP Bank are listed on SIX Swiss Exchange. A large proportion of its equity capital is in the hands of three anchor shareholders: “Stiftung Fürstl. Kommerzienrat Guido Feger” foundation, “U.M.M. Hilti-Stiftung” foundation and “Marxer Stiftung für Bank- und Unternehmenswerte” foundation – a guarantee for continuity, independence and sustainability.
VP Bank’s workforce of more than 860 employees administer clients assets totalling almost CHF 46.5 billion. Its client advisors are supported by a global network of partner firms that contribute to the outstanding international know-how of VP Bank Group.
Tradition and quality for more than 60 years
Founded in 1956 in Vaduz, Liechtenstein, VP Bank has grown steadily from a friendly local bank to become a globally active financial services enterprise.
The founder of VP Bank, Guido Feger, was a successful entrepreneur and one of Liechtenstein’s most highly regarded fiduciaries. Right from the start, he demonstrated innovation, competence and courage, while never veering from the fundamental principles of client orientation and financial security. These tenets have been resolutely upheld for six decades.
To this very day, each and every employee of VP Bank Group lays claim to the ethos of quality. A number of international awards for the quality of the Bank’s client advice and ancillary services, as well as for its competence in transaction processing, attest to this pronounced quality consciousness.
In 1983, VP Bank became Liechtenstein’s first exchange-listed company, and ever since then it has been present in the international banking system via the euro money market. The philanthropic activities of VP Bank’s founder have been continued by its major shareholder, “Stiftung Fürstl. Kommerzienrat Guido Feger” foundation.
Competencies and client advice
Tailor-made asset management, investment advisory and wealth planning for a sophisticated private clientele represent VP Bank’s core competencies. The Bank is also an established partner for financial intermediaries who especially count on decades of experience and a modern infrastructure.
One of the strengths of VP Bank is its independence in terms of providing financial advice. The Bank’s investment solutions are based on the principle of “open architecture”, an approach that also takes into account the best-in-class products and services of third-party providers. The result: conflicts of interest are avoided right from the start.
With more than 860 employees, VP Bank Group is the right size to offer top-notch solutions with a personal touch. Clients enjoy the individualised advice of a private bank while simultaneously gaining access to a worldwide network of specialists.
Together with its partners throughout the world, VP Bank recommends either the best traditional investment instruments to its clients or develops proprietary, innovative solutions. The global presence of VP Bank Group means that it can draw on a vast pool of expertise. Thanks to this open architecture and best manager selection, clients can always rest assured that they have the most suitable investment instruments in their portfolio.
In addition, VP Bank’s e-banking application affords clients freedom of movement and maximum security when conducting banking transactions. They have round-the-clock electronic access to their securities and deposit accounts.