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LIECHTENSTEIN-BANKING/
RTS2MNSV
August 15, 2019
The logo of Liechtenstein's LGT bank is seen at its headquarters in Vaduz, Liechtenstein August 15, 2019....
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Logo of Liechtenstein's LGT bank is seen in Vaduz
The logo of Liechtenstein's LGT bank is seen at its headquarters in Vaduz, Liechtenstein August 15, 2019. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
LIECHTENSTEIN-BANKING/
RTS2MNST
August 15, 2019
The logo of Liechtenstein's LGT bank is seen at its headquarters in Vaduz, Liechtenstein August 15, 2019....
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Logo of Liechtenstein's LGT bank is seen in Vaduz
The logo of Liechtenstein's LGT bank is seen at its headquarters in Vaduz, Liechtenstein August 15, 2019. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
LIECHTENSTEIN-BUSINESS/
RTX6OVCT
February 27, 2019
The logo of LGT bank is seen at its headquarters in Vaduz, Liechtenstein February 20, 2019. Picture taken...
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Logo of LGT bank is seen in Vaduz
The logo of LGT bank is seen at its headquarters in Vaduz, Liechtenstein February 20, 2019. Picture taken February 20, 2019. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
LIECHTENSTEIN-BUSINESS/
RTX6OVCQ
February 27, 2019
The logo of LGT bank is seen at its headquarters in Vaduz, Liechtenstein February 20, 2019. Picture taken...
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Logo of LGT bank is seen in Vaduz
The logo of LGT bank is seen at its headquarters in Vaduz, Liechtenstein February 20, 2019. Picture taken February 20, 2019. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
LIECHTENSTEIN-BUSINESS/
RTX6OVAZ
February 27, 2019
Solar panels are seen on the roof of the headquarters of LGT Bank in Vaduz, Liechtenstein, February 25,...
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Solar panels are seen on the roof of the headquarters of LGT Bank in Vaduz
Solar panels are seen on the roof of the headquarters of LGT Bank in Vaduz, Liechtenstein, February 25, 2019. Picture taken February 25, 2019. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
LIECHTENSTEIN-BUSINESS/
RTX6OV9M
February 27, 2019
The logo of LGT Bank Ltd is seen at its headquarters in Vaduz, Liechtenstein February 25, 2019. Picture...
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Logo of LGT Bank Ltd is seen at its headquarters in Vaduz
The logo of LGT Bank Ltd is seen at its headquarters in Vaduz, Liechtenstein February 25, 2019. Picture taken February 25, 2019. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
LIECHTENSTEIN-BUSINESS/
RTX6OV9L
February 27, 2019
The logo of LGT Bank Ltd is seen in Bendern, Liechtenstein February 25, 2019. Picture taken February...
BENDERN, Liechtenstein
Logo of LGT Bank Ltd is seen in Bendern
The logo of LGT Bank Ltd is seen in Bendern, Liechtenstein February 25, 2019. Picture taken February 25, 2019. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
LIECHTENSTEIN-BUSINESS/
RTX6OV9I
February 27, 2019
The logo of LGT Bank Ltd is seen at its headquarters in Vaduz, Liechtenstein February 25, 2019. Picture...
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Logo of LGT Bank Ltd is seen at its headquarters in Vaduz
The logo of LGT Bank Ltd is seen at its headquarters in Vaduz, Liechtenstein February 25, 2019. Picture taken February 25, 2019. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GLOBAL-FINANCE/
RTX3JP62
November 23, 2017
A logo is pictured on LGT Bank building in Geneva, Switzerland, November 23, 2017. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse...
Geneva, Switzerland
A logo is pictured on LGT Bank building in Geneva
A logo is pictured on LGT Bank building in Geneva, Switzerland, November 23, 2017. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
GLOBAL-FINANCE/
RTX3JP5X
November 23, 2017
A logo is pictured on LGT Bank building in Geneva, Switzerland, November 23, 2017. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse...
Geneva, Switzerland
A logo is pictured on LGT Bank building in Geneva
A logo is pictured on LGT Bank building in Geneva, Switzerland, November 23, 2017. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
GLOBAL-FINANCE/
RTX3JP5W
November 23, 2017
A logo is pictured on LGT Bank building in Geneva, Switzerland, November 23, 2017. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse...
Geneva, Switzerland
A logo is pictured on LGT Bank building in Geneva
A logo is pictured on LGT Bank building in Geneva, Switzerland, November 23, 2017. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
LGT BANK-RESULTS/
RTX3DS6N
August 29, 2017
The logo of Liechtenstein's LGT bank is seen at a branch in Zurich, Switzerland August 29, 2017. REUTERS/Arnd...
Zurich, Switzerland
The logo of Liechtenstein's LGT bank is seen at a branch in Zurich
The logo of Liechtenstein's LGT bank is seen at a branch in Zurich, Switzerland August 29, 2017. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
LGT BANK-RESULTS/
RTX3DS6M
August 29, 2017
The logo of Liechtenstein's LGT bank is seen at a branch in Zurich, Switzerland August 29, 2017. REUTERS/Arnd...
Zurich, Switzerland
The logo of Liechtenstein's LGT bank is seen at a branch in Zurich
The logo of Liechtenstein's LGT bank is seen at a branch in Zurich, Switzerland August 29, 2017. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
LIECHTENSTEIN-BUSINESS
RTST9S3
November 25, 2016
The logo of LGT Bank Ltd is seen at its headquarters in Vaduz, Liechtenstein November 10, 2016. REUTERS/Arnd...
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Logo of LGT Bank Ltd is seen in Vaduz
The logo of LGT Bank Ltd is seen at its headquarters in Vaduz, Liechtenstein November 10, 2016. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
LIECHTENSTEIN-BUSINESS
RTST9RK
November 25, 2016
The logo of LGT Bank Ltd is seen at its headquarters in front of Schloss Vaduz castle in Vaduz, Liechtenstein...
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Logo of LGT Bank Ltd is seen in Vaduz
The logo of LGT Bank Ltd is seen at its headquarters in front of Schloss Vaduz castle in Vaduz, Liechtenstein November 10, 2016. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
LIECHTENSTEIN-BUSINESS
RTST9RI
November 25, 2016
The logo of LGT Bank Ltd is seen at its headquarters in Vaduz, Liechtenstein November 10, 2016. REUTERS/Arnd...
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Logo of LGT Bank Ltd is seen in Vaduz
The logo of LGT Bank Ltd is seen at its headquarters in Vaduz, Liechtenstein November 10, 2016. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
LIECHTENSTEIN-BUSINESS
RTST9RG
November 25, 2016
The logo of LGT Bank Ltd is seen at its headquarters in front of Schloss Vaduz castle in Vaduz, Liechtenstein...
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Logo of LGT Bank Ltd is seen in Vaduz
The logo of LGT Bank Ltd is seen at its headquarters in front of Schloss Vaduz castle in Vaduz, Liechtenstein November 10, 2016. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
SWISS-BUSINESS/
RTSS3UP
October 13, 2016
LGT Bank is pictured in Geneva, Switzerland, October 11, 2016. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
Geneva, Switzerland
LGT Bank is pictured in Geneva
LGT Bank is pictured in Geneva, Switzerland, October 11, 2016. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
SWISS-BUSINESS/
RTSS3UF
October 13, 2016
LGT Bank is pictured in Geneva, Switzerland, October 11, 2016. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
Geneva, Switzerland
LGT Bank is pictured in Geneva
LGT Bank is pictured in Geneva, Switzerland, October 11, 2016. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
SWISS-BANK/
RTSEH8S
May 16, 2016
A logo is pictured under dark clouds on the branch of the LGT Bank in Geneva, Switzerland May 12, 2016....
Geneva, Switzerland
A logo is pictured under dark clouds on the branch of the LGT Bank in Geneva
A logo is pictured under dark clouds on the branch of the LGT Bank in Geneva, Switzerland May 12, 2016. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
SWISS-BANK/
RTSEH8R
May 16, 2016
A logo is pictured under dark clouds on the branch of the LGT Bank in Geneva, Switzerland May 12, 2016....
Geneva, Switzerland
A logo is pictured under dark clouds on the branch of the LGT Bank in Geneva
A logo is pictured under dark clouds on the branch of the LGT Bank in Geneva, Switzerland May 12, 2016. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
SWISS-BANK/
RTSEH8Q
May 16, 2016
A logo is pictured under dark clouds on the branch of the LGT Bank in Geneva, Switzerland May 12, 2016....
Geneva, Switzerland
A logo is pictured under dark clouds on the branch of the LGT Bank in Geneva
A logo is pictured under dark clouds on the branch of the LGT Bank in Geneva, Switzerland May 12, 2016. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
SWISS-BANK/
RTSEH8C
May 16, 2016
A logo is pictured under dark clouds on the branch of the LGT Bank in Geneva, Switzerland May 12, 2016....
Geneva, Switzerland
A logo is pictured under dark clouds on the branch of the LGT Bank in Geneva
A logo is pictured under dark clouds on the branch of the LGT Bank in Geneva, Switzerland May 12, 2016. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
SWISS-BANK/
RTSEH8B
May 16, 2016
A logo is pictured under dark clouds on the branch of the LGT Bank in Geneva, Switzerland May 12, 2016....
Geneva, Switzerland
A logo is pictured under dark clouds on the branch of the LGT Bank in Geneva
A logo is pictured under dark clouds on the branch of the LGT Bank in Geneva, Switzerland May 12, 2016. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
SWISS-BANK/
RTSEH8A
May 16, 2016
A logo is pictured under dark clouds on the branch of the LGT Bank in Geneva, Switzerland May 12, 2016....
Geneva, Switzerland
A logo is pictured under dark clouds on the branch of the LGT Bank in Geneva
A logo is pictured under dark clouds on the branch of the LGT Bank in Geneva, Switzerland May 12, 2016. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
US-LGT-BANK-RESULTS
RTR4UH8S
March 23, 2015
CFO Olivier de Perregaux of Liechtenstein's LGT group attends the annual news conference in Zurich March...
Zurich, Switzerland
CFO de Perregaux of Liechtenstein's LGT group attends the annual news conference in Zurich
CFO Olivier de Perregaux of Liechtenstein's LGT group attends the annual news conference in Zurich March 23, 2015. Net profits at LGT, Liechtenstein's biggest bank, rose more than 18 percent last year, the bank reported on Monday, after it attracted fresh funds and acquired a large portfolio of accounts from HSBC's private bank. The Vaduz-based lender, owned by the principality's royal family, said last year it was buying from HSBC $12.5 billion of private banking assets that the British bank wanted to offload to reduce the size of its wealth management arm. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
US-LGT-BANK-RESULTS
RTR4UGYL
March 23, 2015
Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT group addresses the annual news conference...
Zurich, Switzerland
Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT group addresses the annual news conference...
Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT group addresses the annual news conference in Zurich March 23, 2015. Net profits at LGT, Liechtenstein's biggest bank, rose more than 18 percent last year, the bank reported on Monday, after it attracted fresh funds and acquired a large portfolio of accounts from HSBC's private bank. The Vaduz-based lender, owned by the principality's royal family, said last year it was buying from HSBC $12.5 billion of private banking assets that the British bank wanted to offload to reduce the size of its wealth management arm. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
US-LGT-BANK-RESULTS
RTR4UGYK
March 23, 2015
Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT group attends the annual news conference...
Zurich, Switzerland
Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT group attends annual news conference in...
Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT group attends the annual news conference in Zurich March 23, 2015. Net profits at LGT, Liechtenstein's biggest bank, rose more than 18 percent last year, the bank reported on Monday, after it attracted fresh funds and acquired a large portfolio of accounts from HSBC's private bank. The Vaduz-based lender, owned by the principality's royal family, said last year it was buying from HSBC $12.5 billion of private banking assets that the British bank wanted to offload to reduce the size of its wealth management arm. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
US-LGT-BANK-RESULTS
RTR4UGXT
March 23, 2015
Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT group attends the annual news conference...
Zurich, Switzerland
Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT group attends annual news conference in...
Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT group attends the annual news conference in Zurich March 23, 2015. Net profits at LGT, Liechtenstein's biggest bank, rose more than 18 percent last year, the bank reported on Monday, after it attracted fresh funds and acquired a large portfolio of accounts from HSBC's private bank. The Vaduz-based lender, owned by the principality's royal family, said last year it was buying from HSBC $12.5 billion of private banking assets that the British bank wanted to offload to reduce the size of its wealth management arm. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
US-LGT-BANK-RESULTS
RTR4UGRJ
March 23, 2015
Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT group addresses the annual news conference...
Zurich, Switzerland
Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT group addresses the annual news conference...
Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT group addresses the annual news conference in Zurich March 23, 2015. Net profits at LGT, Liechtenstein's biggest bank, rose more than 18 percent last year, the bank reported on Monday, after it attracted fresh funds and acquired a large portfolio of accounts from HSBC's private bank. The Vaduz-based lender, owned by the principality's royal family, said last year it was buying from HSBC $12.5 billion of private banking assets that the British bank wanted to offload to reduce the size of its wealth management arm. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
US-LGT-BANK-RESULTS
RTR4UGRF
March 23, 2015
CFO Olivier de Perregaux (L) listens to Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT...
Zurich, Switzerland
CFO de Perregaux listens to Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT group addressing...
CFO Olivier de Perregaux (L) listens to Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT group addressing the annual news conference in Zurich March 23, 2015. Net profits at LGT, Liechtenstein's biggest bank, rose more than 18 percent last year, the bank reported on Monday, after it attracted fresh funds and acquired a large portfolio of accounts from HSBC's private bank. The Vaduz-based lender, owned by the principality's royal family, said last year it was buying from HSBC $12.5 billion of private banking assets that the British bank wanted to offload to reduce the size of its wealth management arm. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
US-LGT-BANK-RESULTS
RTR4UGQZ
March 23, 2015
CFO Olivier de Perregaux (L) listens to Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT...
Zurich, Switzerland
CFO de Perregaux listens to Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT group addressing...
CFO Olivier de Perregaux (L) listens to Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT group addressing the annual news conference in Zurich March 23, 2015. Net profits at LGT, Liechtenstein's biggest bank, rose more than 18 percent last year, the bank reported on Monday, after it attracted fresh funds and acquired a large portfolio of accounts from HSBC's private bank. The Vaduz-based lender, owned by the principality's royal family, said last year it was buying from HSBC $12.5 billion of private banking assets that the British bank wanted to offload to reduce the size of its wealth management arm. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
US-LGT-BANK-RESULTS
RTR4UGQY
March 23, 2015
Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT group addresses the annual news conference...
Zurich, Switzerland
Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT group addresses the annual news conference...
Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT group addresses the annual news conference in Zurich March 23, 2015. Net profits at LGT, Liechtenstein's biggest bank, rose more than 18 percent last year, the bank reported on Monday, after it attracted fresh funds and acquired a large portfolio of accounts from HSBC's private bank. The Vaduz-based lender, owned by the principality's royal family, said last year it was buying from HSBC $12.5 billion of private banking assets that the British bank wanted to offload to reduce the size of its wealth management arm. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
SWITZERLAND/
RTXCVOO
March 17, 2009
Prince Max von Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT bank poses for photographers before the annual...
Zurich, Switzerland
von Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT bank poses for photographers before the annual news conference...
Prince Max von Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT bank poses for photographers before the annual news conference in Zurich March 17, 2009. In the background is seen a reproduction of a detail of the painting 'Berry-Picker in Mountain Landscape' from 1844 by Franz Eybl, owned by the collections of the Prince of Liechtenstein. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND BUSINESS HEADSHOT ROYALS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTXCVOM
March 17, 2009
Prince Max von Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT bank poses for photographers before the annual...
Zurich, Switzerland
von Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT bank poses for photographers before the annual news conference...
Prince Max von Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT bank poses for photographers before the annual news conference in Zurich March 17, 2009. In the background is seen a reproduction of a detail of the painting 'Berry-Picker in Mountain Landscape' from 1844 by Franz Eybl, owned by the collections of the Prince of Liechtenstein. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND BUSINESS HEADSHOT ROYALS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTXCVOJ
March 17, 2009
Prince Max von Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT bank poses for photographers before the annual...
Zurich, Switzerland
von Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT bank poses for photographers before the annual news conference...
Prince Max von Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT bank poses for photographers before the annual news conference in Zurich March 17, 2009. In the background is seen a reproduction of a detail of the painting 'Berry-Picker in Mountain Landscape' from 1844 by Franz Eybl, owned by the collections of the Prince of Liechtenstein. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND BUSINESS HEADSHOT ROYALS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTXCVOE
March 17, 2009
Prince Max von Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT bank addresses the annual news conference in...
Zurich, Switzerland
von Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT bank addresses the annual news conference in Zurich
Prince Max von Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT bank addresses the annual news conference in Zurich March 17, 2009. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND BUSINESS ROYALS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTXCVOA
March 17, 2009
Prince Max von Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT bank and CFO Olivier de Perregaux (L) address...
Zurich, Switzerland
von Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT bank and CFO de Perregaux address the annual news conference...
Prince Max von Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT bank and CFO Olivier de Perregaux (L) address the annual news conference in Zurich March 17, 2009. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND BUSINESS ROYALS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTXCVO9
March 17, 2009
Prince Max von Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT bank and CFO Olivier de Perregaux (L) smile...
Zurich, Switzerland
von Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT bank and CFO de Perregaux smile during the annual news...
Prince Max von Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT bank and CFO Olivier de Perregaux (L) smile during the annual news conference in Zurich March 17, 2009. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND BUSINESS ROYALS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTXCVO6
March 17, 2009
Prince Max von Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT bank and CFO Olivier de Perregaux (L) arrive...
Zurich, Switzerland
von Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT bank and CFO de Perregaux arrive before the annual news...
Prince Max von Liechtenstein, CEO of Liechtenstein's LGT bank and CFO Olivier de Perregaux (L) arrive before the annual news conference in Zurich March 17, 2009. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND BUSINESS)
BANKING-SECRECY/SWITZERLAND
RTR22GWL
December 11, 2008
The logo of LGT Group is seen in front of Vaduz Castle in Liechtenstein's capital Vaduz in this February...
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
To match feature BANKING-SECRECY/SWITZERLAND
The logo of LGT Group is seen in front of Vaduz Castle in Liechtenstein's capital Vaduz in this February 19, 2008 file photo. More than a decade after holocaust survivors won compensation from Swiss banks for emptying Jewish accounts that had lain dormant since the war, the pressure is on again to dismantle Swiss banking secrecy. This time, the tax collector is leading the charge. To match feature BANKING-SECRECY/SWITZERLAND REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann/Files (LIECHTENSTEIN)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR20QZ3
August 08, 2008
The sign of LGT Bank (Suisee) S.A. is pictured in Geneva August 8, 2008. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse ...
Geneva, Switzerland
The sign of LGT Bank S.A. is pictured in Geneva
The sign of LGT Bank (Suisee) S.A. is pictured in Geneva August 8, 2008. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND)
LGT/
RTR1XV5I
March 04, 2008
LGT Group CFO Olivier de Perregaux listens to reporters questions as he attends the annual news conference...
Zurich, Switzerland
LGT Group CFO de Perregaux attends the annual news conference in Zurich
LGT Group CFO Olivier de Perregaux listens to reporters questions as he attends the annual news conference on the 2007 results in Zurich March 4, 2008. Liechtenstein bank LGT Group said clients had withdrawn nothing more than "peanuts" in the wake of an international tax evasion scandal but said the roaring pace of growth would slow temporarily. A tax scandal threatening to ensnare hundreds of prominent Germans is centering on client data stolen from the bank by a former employee in 2002, said the unlisted bank, which is owned by Liechtenstein's ruling family.REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND)
LGT/
RTR1XV33
March 04, 2008
LGT Group CFO Olivier de Perregaux listens to reporters questions as he attends the annual news conference...
Zurich, Switzerland
LGT Group CFO de Perregaux attends the annual news conference in Zurich
LGT Group CFO Olivier de Perregaux listens to reporters questions as he attends the annual news conference on the 2007 results in Zurich March 4, 2008. Liechtenstein bank LGT Group said clients had withdrawn nothing more than "peanuts" in the wake of an international tax evasion scandal but said the roaring pace of growth would slow temporarily. A tax scandal threatening to ensnare hundreds of prominent Germans is centering on client data stolen from the bank by a former employee in 2002, said the unlisted bank, which is owned by Liechtenstein's ruling family.REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND)
LGT/
RTR1XV30
March 04, 2008
LGT Group CEO Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein attends the annual news conference on the 2007 results...
Zurich, Switzerland
LGT Group CEO Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein attends the annual news conference in Zurich.
LGT Group CEO Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein attends the annual news conference on the 2007 results in Zurich March 4, 2008. Liechtenstein bank LGT Group said clients had withdrawn nothing more than "peanuts" in the wake of an international tax evasion scandal but said the roaring pace of growth would slow temporarily. A tax scandal threatening to ensnare hundreds of prominent Germans is centering on client data stolen from the bank by a former employee in 2002, said the unlisted bank, which is owned by Liechtenstein's ruling family. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND)
LGT/
RTR1XV2X
March 04, 2008
LGT Group CEO Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein attends the annual news conference on the 2007 results...
Zurich, Switzerland
LGT Group CEO Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein attends the annual news conference in Zurich.
LGT Group CEO Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein attends the annual news conference on the 2007 results in Zurich March 4, 2008. Liechtenstein bank LGT Group said clients had withdrawn nothing more than "peanuts" in the wake of an international tax evasion scandal but said the roaring pace of growth would slow temporarily. A tax scandal threatening to ensnare hundreds of prominent Germans is centering on client data stolen from the bank by a former employee in 2002, said the unlisted bank, which is owned by Liechtenstein's ruling family. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND)
LGT/
RTR1XV2S
March 04, 2008
LGT Group CEO Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein attends the annual news conference on the 2007 results...
Zurich, Switzerland
LGT Group CEO Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein attends the annual news conference in Zurich.
LGT Group CEO Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein attends the annual news conference on the 2007 results in Zurich March 4, 2008. Liechtenstein bank LGT Group said clients had withdrawn nothing more than "peanuts" in the wake of an international tax evasion scandal but said the roaring pace of growth would slow temporarily. A tax scandal threatening to ensnare hundreds of prominent Germans is centering on client data stolen from the bank by a former employee in 2002, said the unlisted bank, which is owned by Liechtenstein's ruling family. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR1XV2N
March 04, 2008
LGT Group CEO Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein attends the annual news conference on the 2007 results...
Zurich, Switzerland
LGT Group CEO Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein attends the annual news conference in Zurich.
LGT Group CEO Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein attends the annual news conference on the 2007 results in Zurich March 4, 2008. Liechtenstein bank LGT Group said clients had withdrawn nothing more than "peanuts" in the wake of an international tax evasion scandal but said the roaring pace of growth would slow temporarily. A tax scandal threatening to ensnare hundreds of prominent Germans is centering on client data stolen from the bank by a former employee in 2002, said the unlisted bank, which is owned by Liechtenstein's ruling family. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND)
LGT/
RTR1XV2I
March 04, 2008
LGT Group CEO Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein addresses reporters as he attends the annual news conference...
Zurich, Switzerland
LGT Group CEO Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein attends the annual news conference in Zurich.
LGT Group CEO Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein addresses reporters as he attends the annual news conference on the 2007 results in Zurich March 4, 2008. Liechtenstein bank LGT Group said clients had withdrawn nothing more than "peanuts" in the wake of an international tax evasion scandal but said the
roaring pace of growth would slow temporarily. A tax scandal threatening to ensnare hundreds of prominent
Germans is centering on client data stolen from the bank by a former employee in 2002, said the unlisted bank, which is owned by Liechtenstein's ruling family.
REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND)
LGT/
RTR1XV2G
March 04, 2008
LGT Group CEO Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein (L) and CFO Olivier de Perregaux attend the annual...
Zurich, Switzerland
LGT Group CEO Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein and CFO de Perregaux attend the annual news conference...
LGT Group CEO Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein (L) and CFO Olivier de Perregaux attend the annual news conference on the 2007 results in Zurich March 4, 2008. Liechtenstein bank LGT Group said clients had withdrawn nothing more than "peanuts" in the wake of an international tax evasion scandal but said the roaring pace of growth would slow temporarily. A tax scandal threatening to ensnare hundreds of prominent
Germans is centering on client data stolen from the bank by a former employee in 2002, said the unlisted bank, which is owned by Liechtenstein's ruling family. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND)
LGT/
RTR1XV2B
March 04, 2008
LGT Group CEO Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein (L) and CFO Olivier de Perregaux attend the annual...
Zurich, Switzerland
LGT Group CEO Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein and CFO de Perregaux attend the annual news conference...
LGT Group CEO Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein (L) and CFO Olivier de Perregaux attend the annual news conference on the 2007 results in Zurich March 4, 2008. Liechtenstein bank LGT Group said clients had withdrawn nothing more than "peanuts" in the wake of an international tax evasion scandal but said the roaring pace of growth would slow temporarily. A tax scandal threatening to ensnare hundreds of prominent
Germans is centering on client data stolen from the bank by a former employee in 2002, said the unlisted bank, which is owned by Liechtenstein's ruling family. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND)
LGT/
RTR1XV28
March 04, 2008
LGT Group CEO Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein (L) and CFO Olivier de Perregaux attend the annual...
Zurich, Switzerland
LGT Group CEO Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein and CFO de Perregaux attend the annual news conference...
LGT Group CEO Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein (L) and CFO Olivier de Perregaux attend the annual news conference on the 2007 results in Zurich March 4, 2008. Liechtenstein bank LGT Group said clients had withdrawn nothing more than "peanuts" in the wake of an international tax evasion scandal but said the roaring pace of growth would slow temporarily. A tax scandal threatening to ensnare hundreds of prominent
Germans is centering on client data stolen from the bank by a former employee in 2002, said the unlisted bank, which is owned by Liechtenstein's ruling family. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND)
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March 01, 2008
A counter-demonstrator stands in front of the LGT Treuhand AG bank during a demonstration by activists...
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
A counter-demonstrator stands in front of the LGT Treuhand AG bank of Vaduz
A counter-demonstrator stands in front of the LGT Treuhand AG bank during a demonstration by activists from the anti-globalisation organisation Attac in Vaduz March 1, 2008. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (LIECHTENSTEIN)
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February 19, 2008
A woman walks past a building of LGT Group in Liechtenstein's capital Vaduz February 19, 2008. Liechtenstein...
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
A woman walks past a building of LGT Group in Liechtenstein's capital Vaduz
A woman walks past a building of LGT Group in Liechtenstein's capital Vaduz February 19, 2008. Liechtenstein accused Germany on Tuesday of illegally acquiring bank data for a major probe into tax evasion, the latest blow in a widening row between the two over tax havens. The spat between the largest and smallest German-speaking nations began last week when German prosecutors announced a far-reaching tax evasion investigation targeting 1,000 people suspected of parking money in Liechtenstein banks. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (LIECHTENSTEIN)
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February 19, 2008
The logo of LGT Group is seen in front of Vaduz Castle in Liechtenstein's capital Vaduz February 19,...
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
The logo of LGT Group is seen in front of Vaduz Castle in Liechtenstein's capital Vaduz
The logo of LGT Group is seen in front of Vaduz Castle in Liechtenstein's capital Vaduz February 19, 2008. LLiechtenstein accused Germany on Tuesday of illegally acquiring bank data for a major probe into tax evasion, the latest blow in a widening row between the two over tax havens. The spat between the largest and smallest German-speaking nations began last week when German prosecutors announced a far-reaching tax evasion investigation targeting 1,000 people suspected of parking money in Liechtenstein banks. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (Liechtenstein)
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February 19, 2008
Prince Alois of Liechtenstein (2nd L) and Deputy Head of Government Klaus Tschuetscher (L) leave after...
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Prince Alois of Liechtenstein and Deputy Head of Government Tschuetscher leave after a news conference...
Prince Alois of Liechtenstein (2nd L) and Deputy Head of Government Klaus Tschuetscher (L) leave after a news conference in Vaduz February 19, 2008. Liechtenstein lashed out at Germany on Tuesday in a stand-off between the two about Germans evading tax through the tiny principality's banks, saying Germany had illegally obtained client data. Liechtenstein's ruling family fully owns the LGT bank, which last week reported the theft of client data linked to a sweeping probe in Germany threatening to ensnare hundreds more of prominent tax-dodgers. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (LIECHTENSTEIN)
LIECHTENSTEIN/BANKS
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February 19, 2008
Prince Alois of Liechtenstein (2nd L) and Deputy Head of Government Klaus Tschuetscher (L) leave after...
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Prince Alois of Liechtenstein and Deputy Head of Government Tschuetscher leave after a news conference...
Prince Alois of Liechtenstein (2nd L) and Deputy Head of Government Klaus Tschuetscher (L) leave after a news conference in Vaduz February 19, 2008. Liechtenstein lashed out at Germany on Tuesday in a stand-off between the two about Germans evading tax through the tiny principality's banks, saying Germany had illegally obtained client data. Liechtenstein's ruling family fully owns the LGT bank, which last week reported the theft of client data linked to a sweeping probe in Germany threatening to ensnare hundreds more of prominent tax-dodgers. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (LIECHTENSTEIN)
LIECHTENSTEIN/BANKS
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February 19, 2008
Prince Alois of Liechtenstein addresses a news conference in Vaduz February 19, 2008. Liechtenstein...
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Prince Alois of Liechtenstein addresses a news conference in Vaduz
Prince Alois of Liechtenstein addresses a news conference in Vaduz February 19, 2008. Liechtenstein lashed out at Germany on Tuesday in a stand-off between the two about Germans evading tax through the tiny principality's banks, saying Germany had illegally obtained client data. Liechtenstein's ruling family fully owns the LGT bank, which last week reported the theft of client data linked to a sweeping probe in Germany threatening to ensnare hundreds more of prominent tax-dodgers. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (LIECHTENSTEIN)
LIECHTENSTEIN/BANKS
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February 19, 2008
Prince Alois of Liechtenstein addresses a news conference in Vaduz February 19, 2008. Liechtenstein...
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Prince Alois of Liechtenstein addresses a news conference in Vaduz
Prince Alois of Liechtenstein addresses a news conference in Vaduz February 19, 2008. Liechtenstein lashed out at Germany on Tuesday in a stand-off between the two about Germans evading tax through the tiny principality's banks, saying Germany had illegally obtained client data. Liechtenstein's ruling family fully owns the LGT bank, which last week reported the theft of client data linked to a sweeping probe in Germany threatening to ensnare hundreds more of prominent tax-dodgers. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (LIECHTENSTEIN)
LIECHTENSTEIN/BANKS
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February 19, 2008
Prince Alois of Liechtenstein addresses a news conference in Vaduz February 19, 2008. Liechtenstein...
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Prince Alois of Liechtenstein addresses a news conference in Vaduz
Prince Alois of Liechtenstein addresses a news conference in Vaduz February 19, 2008. Liechtenstein lashed out at Germany on Tuesday in a stand-off between the two about Germans evading tax through the tiny principality's banks, saying Germany had illegally obtained client data. Liechtenstein's ruling family fully owns the LGT bank, which last week reported the theft of client data linked to a sweeping probe in Germany threatening to ensnare hundreds more of prominent tax-dodgers. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (LIECHTENSTEIN)
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