Liechtenstein Royal Family Owned LGT Group Appoints Roland Matt as CEO of LGT Bank in 2022
27th January 2021 | Hong Kong
LGT Group, the Liechtenstein royal family owned private banking and asset management group with $230 billion AUM (Assets under Management), has appointed current CEO of Liechtensteinische Landesbank (LLB) Roland Matt as the new CEO of LGT Bank in 2022.
” LGT Group Appoints Roland Matt as New CEO of LGT Bank in 2022 “
Roland Matt will join LGT Bank in the fall of 2021 with his appointment as CEO of LGT Bank, taking effect on the 1st of January 2022. He will also become the member of the LGT Bank Senior Management Board. Roland succeeds current LGT Bank CEO Roland Schubert, who had been CEO of LGT Bank since 2017. Roland Schubert will be appointed as a member of the Board of Directors of LGT Bank, taking effect in 2022.
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Roland Matt, The New CEO of LGT Bank
Roland Matt, born in 1970 and a Liechtenstein citizen, joins from Liechtensteinische Landesbank (LLB), where he has been Group CEO since 2012 and a member of the Board since 2009. Roland had joined Liechtensteinische Landesbank (LLB) in 2002, and held senior management roles including Head of the Domestic & Institutional markets and the International Market & Investment Services.
Before joining Liechtensteinische Landesbank (LLB), he was with VP Bank for more than 12 years, holding leadership roles in various business units including research, asset management and family office. As the Group CEO of Liechtensteinische Landesbank (LLB), Roland also served as a board member of the Liechtenstein Bankers Association and the Liechtenstein Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
LGT Group, LGT Bank, LGT Private Banking
LGT Bank is part of the LGT Private Banking Group, led by CEO Olivier de Perregaux since the beginning of 2021. LGT Bank offers comprehensive wealth management as well as banking and financing services to high-net-worth individuals and financial intermediaries in German-speaking countries, as well as in other markets. In Liechtenstein, LGT Bank also offers retail banking services.
In 2020, LGT Group with private banking and asset management businesses, had announced the split of LGT Group into 3 new independent companies, LGT Private Banking, LGT Capital Partners and Lightstone (Impact Investing), effective 2021.
- LGT Private Banking
- LGT Capital Partners
- Lightstone (Impact Investing)
H.S.H. Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein, Chairman LGT:
“I thank Roland Schubert for his outstanding work and the commit- ment with which he has successfully led LGT Bank Ltd. With his experience he will continue to make an important strategic contribution to further market development also as a member of the Board of Directors.
We are pleased that Roland Matt will take over responsibility for LGT Bank Ltd. as CEO. With his experience, track record and personal background he has the ideal prerequisites for this role. I would like to welcome Roland Matt to LGT, also in the name of LGT Private Banking’s management, and very much look forward to working with him.”
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LGT is a leading international private banking and asset management group that has been fully controlled by the Liechtenstein Princely Family for 90 years. As at 30 June 2020, LGT managed assets of CHF 218.7 billion (USD 230.8 billion) for wealthy pri- vate individuals and institutional clients. LGT employs over 3700 people who work out of more than 20 locations in Europe, Asia, the Americas and the Middle East.