One of our most important principles is to cultivate an open, partner-like dialogue with our institutional clients. The transfer of knowledge and exchange of information are vital for the social and economic development of the Liechtenstein financial centre and therefore also for the LLB. Competent, professional investors can make better decisions on behalf of their clients and pass on knowledge to them. In following up round table discussions, the LLB Group has put in place a structured feedback process to learn what is important for institutional clients. This strengthens the network and increases the innovation potential.
Since 2013, the Institutional Clients Division has been making available its knowledge in the areas of asset management, law and taxation via the innovative “LLB Xpert Views” online platform. This provides institutional clients with a transparent and compact overview of the latest developments.
In exclusive round-table discussions LLB’s experts and investment specialists regularly provide the latest information about current topics. The focus here is on issues which concern our clients in practice. The main issues in 2016 concerned the automatic exchange of information and the expanded due diligence ordinance, both of which came into force on 1 January 2016, as well as the commodities asset class and the possible consequences of Brexit. Furthermore, “LLB XpertViews-Specials” on the investment policy of the LLB Group were held for fund management companies. The success of the events demonstrated that shared knowledge leads to better results.