The LLB Group has a progressive compensation system that has been recognised by the Swiss Institute of Directors. It is based on the results of behavioural economics research carried out by Prof. Ernst Fehr from the University of Zurich. It focuses, in particular, on sustainable, long-term-oriented action.

Pursuant to the “Ordinance against Excessive Compensation with respect to Listed Stock Corporations” (OaEC), Swiss public companies whose shares are listed on an exchange in Switzerland or abroad must publish details about the compensation of the members of their governing bodies in a compensation report. The details to be reported are set out in Art. 13 to 16 of the OaEC.

According to the Regulatory Board Communiqué No. 2 / 2014 of 1 September 2014, No. II, all companies listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange shall have to disclose the same information on corporate governance. Issuers that are not subject to the regulations of the OaEC have, therefore, to publish details about the compensation of the members of the Board of Directors and the Board of Management in the same manner as Art. 14 to 16 of the OaEC. By publishing this compensation report, Liechtensteinische Landesbank AG is fulfilling this obligation.

The following report deals with the compensation policy, the basis and elements of the compensation, the responsibilities and methods of determining compensation. The compensation paid during the 2019 business year is also presented.