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VP Bank

VP Bank logoVP Bank Ltd. is one of the largest banks in the Liechtenstein financial center and is an internationally positioned private bank. It specializes in asset management services for wealthy individuals and financial intermediaries. VP Bank is a part of VP Bank Group. In addition to its main offices in Vaduz, the VP Bank Group is present in six other locations throughout the world: Switzerland, Luxembourg, British Virgin Islands, Singapore, Hong Kong and Russia.

VP Bank has set the goal of being one of the best private banks. In achieving that goal, resolute quality management – based on the EFQM model for excellence – represents the heart of its business philosophy. In addition to an array of international awards for service quality, VP Bank has earned numerous ISO certifications.

Total assets: CHF 12.4 billion (December 31, 2018).
Net profit: CHF 54.7 million (2018).
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Headquarter Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Key People Fredy Vogt (Chairman), Alfred W. Moeckli (CEO)
Head Office Aeulestrasse 6
9490 Vaduz
Phone +423 235 66 55
Fax +423 235 65 00
Official Site www.vpbank.com Website
SWIFT Code VPBVCHZH
Founded 1956
ID: 1228. Updated: 30.07.2019

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