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Last SFr.80.50 CHF
Change Today +2.00 / 2.55%
Volume 6.0K
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VP Bank AG, a private bank, provides asset-management and investment-advisory services for private and institutional investors in Liechtenstein and internationally. The company offers wealth planning, asset management, investment advice, financing, family office, e-banking, medium-term notes, money market, and fund solutions to private clients. It also provides banking services, including personal, youth, student, current, and savings accounts; and Maestro and credit cards, e-banking, payment transactions, safe deposit boxes, and counter services, as well as trustee services. In addition, the company offers residential property finance for private clients, execution and settlement services, and money-market and interbank services; and grants commercial loans to commercial clients, as well as is involved in foreign exchange dealings on behalf of private clients. Further, it offers a range of services, including custody account maintenance, securities management, and advisory and custodian bank services; investment and business financing, and succession planning; and fund solutions to business clients. VP Bank AG was founded in 1956 and is headquartered in Vaduz, Liechtenstein.

746 Employees
Last Reported Date: 08/25/15
Founded in 1956

verwaltungs-und privat-ba-br (VPB) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer and Head of Group Bus...
Total Annual Compensation: SFr.850.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

verwaltungs-und privat-ba-br (VPB) Key Developments

VP Bank Group Announces Executive Changes with Effect from January 1, 2016

With effect from 1 January 2016, the VP Bank Group Board of Directors is adjusting the organisational structure and functions performed within Group Executive Management in response to economic and regulatory changes. Martin C. Beinhoff has been appointed as the new Chief Operating Officer. VP Bank Group is adjusting its organisational and management structure by consolidating functions within Group Executive Management. This action plan has been adopted on the basis of the Group's strategy and medium-term goals up to 2020. It also reflects new structural and organisational requirements following the merger with Centrum Bank as well as economic and regulatory changes. The Chief Operating Officer organisational unit will be created with effect from 1 January 2016 alongside the existing "Chief Executive Officer", "Client Business" and "Chief Financial Officer & Banking Services" organisational units. The VP Bank Group Board of Directors has appointed Martin C. Beinhoff (45) as Chief Operating Officer and head of the organisational unit, subject to approval by the Financial Market Authority (FMA) Liechtenstein. The 45-year-old German-Swiss dual national has extensive experience within the banking industry, most recently as a member of the Executive Board of Management of Saxo Bank (Switzerland) Ltd., where he worked for seven years. Prior to this, he was Head of the Financial Services M&A team at KPMG and a management consultant for The Boston Consulting Group, focusing predominantly on the financial sector. He holds a degree (lic. oec.) from the University of St. Gallen (HSG) and is a US-Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and Financial Risk Manager (FRM). Martin C. Beinhoff takes up his new role at VP Bank on 1 November 2015. As the fourth member of the expanded Group Executive Management, the Chief Operating Officer will be responsible for Group Information Technology, Group Treasury & Execution and Group Operations. This new alignment will also entail consolidation of key support functions and rigorous optimisation of processes. It also reflects the increased levels of digitisation and growing importance of IT-based processes and solutions both in the intermediaries business and private banking. As Head of the Chief Financial Officer organisational unit, Siegbert Nascher will be focusing on implementing and managing finance strategy across the Group with a view to consolidating the Group's financial profile and future planning processes. He will continue to be responsible for Group Finance and Group Risk while performing his new role as Group Chief Risk Officer in line with Basel III requirements. The restructuring measure will have limited impact on the "Chief Executive Officer" and "Client Business" organisational units, with Chief Executive Officer Alfred W. Moeckli continuing to oversee Business Development, Human Resources, Communications & Marketing and Legal, Compliance & Tax across the Group. As Head of "Client Business", Christoph Mauchle will continue to be responsible for the Private Banking and Intermediaries segments, VP Fund Solutions, Group Investment, Product & Market Management and the international locations of VP Bank Group. The Financial Market Authority (FMA), the Liechtenstein regulator, has designated VP Bank as a systemically important bank. It has thus recommended that VP Bank separate its Audit & Risk Management Committee into two committees in compliance with Basel III requirements. The Board of Directors has therefore established an Audit Committee, to be chaired by Michael Riesen, and a Risk Committee, to be chaired by Dr. Daniel H. Sigg, with effect from 1 November 2015.

VP Bank Seeks Acquisitions

VP Bank AG (SWX:VPB) is mulling acquisitions in Switzerland, Luxembourg and Liechtenstein; Finanz und Wirtschaft reported Chief Executive Officer Alfred Moeckli reported in an interview.

VP Bank AG Reports Consolidated Earnings Results for the First Half of 2015

VP Bank AG reported consolidated earnings results for the first half of 2015. For the period, the company reported net income of CHF 40.9 million a CHF 29.8 million increase over the comparable prior year period (CHF 11.1 million). In comparison to the first half of 2014, the company recorded a CHF 62.0 million increase in net operating income to a total of CHF 172.5 million (prior year period: CHF 110.5 million), which is equivalent to a 56.1% gain. Interest income rose versus the prior year period by 32.1% to CHF 41.6 million.


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