On 14 May 2019, the Institute for Finance of the University of Liechtenstein hosted a workshop on "Sustainable Finance" for the third time, where international researchers were able to submit and present their papers on the topic of sustainable finance.
At the 56th Annual General Meeting, VP Bank shareholders approve all motions of the Board of Directors
At its 56th ordinary Annual General Meeting held on Friday, 26 April 2019 in Vaduz, VP Bank shareholders approved all of the motions put forward by the Board of Directors. 487 shareholders were present.
VP Bank Ladies Open: VP Bank supports women’s golf at the highest level
The sixth VP Bank professional golf tournament for women is set to be staged at Gams-Werdenberg Golf Course from 3 to 5 May 2019. The VP Bank Ladies Open features a world first as well as several opportunities to win golden accolades.
VP Bank once again receives “Risk Indicator 1” top rating
Dun & Bradstreet Worldwide has again given VP Bank Group its “Risk Indicator 1” rating of risk and creditworthiness. In March 2019, Bisnode D&B Schweiz AG presented VP Bank with the Rating Certificate for the sixth time in a row.
For any brand to be considered modern today, it has to be optimised for digital channels. With this in mind, VP Bank has decided to add an acoustic element to its brand identity and thus reinforce the emotional impact of the brand as a whole.
VP Bank appoints Dr Thomas R. Meier as second Vice President of the Board of Directors
Having joined the Board of Directors of VP Bank in April 2018, Dr Thomas R. Meier has been appointed with immediate effect as the second Vice President of the Board of Directors. In this function he is also a member of the Nomination & Compensation Committee.
VP Bank’s Asia Expansion: Inspired by Market Understanding Allied with Strategic Focus
Bruno Morel, Managing Director of VP Bank Ltd Singapore Branch, met with Hubbis to explain how the bank is enjoying rapid growth in its core intermediary business, and how its private client business is being bolstered by the bank’s new ability to extend credit.