In March 2013, the LLB Group announced that it would close its Swiss banking subsidiary LLB (Switzerland) Ltd. in the context of the new strategy and economic considerations. LLB (Switzerland) Ltd. terminated its banking activities effective as of the end of 2013.
The sale of the Lugano branch to PKB Privatbank SA was also completed effective as of the end of 2013.
Liechtensteinische Landesbank (Schweiz) AG was the 116th largest bank in Switzerland in terms of total assets. In 2013 its total assets were 1 065,86 mln CHF, providing the bank with the market share of 0.03%. Liechtensteinische Landesbank (Schweiz) AG was the 38th largest foreign-controlled bank in Switzerland (out of 93 banks) having market share of 0.39% amongst the banks of this category.
Liechtensteinische Landesbank (Schweiz) AG participates in deposit guarantee scheme of Switzerland. This scheme covers accounts up to 100 000 CHF per bank per depositor.
Liechtensteinische Landesbank (Schweiz) AG was headquartered in Zürich.
|Total Assets (2013)|
|1 065.86 mln CHF (-36.30%)|
In 2013 total assets of Liechtensteinische Landesbank (Schweiz) AG were 1 065.86 mln CHF. Decline compared to the previous period (2012) was -36.30%. The evolution of the total assets of Liechtensteinische Landesbank (Schweiz) AG is shown at Chart 1 below.
Chart 1. Total Assets of Liechtensteinische Landesbank (Schweiz) AG.
|Yes (up to 100 000 CHF per depositor)|
Deposit Guarantee Schemes compensate certain deposits held by depositors of a bank that becomes unable to meet its obligations.
All credit institutions operating in Switzerland are obliged to participate in Swiss deposit guarantee scheme.
In the case of Liechtensteinische Landesbank (Schweiz) AG failure, eligible depositors having covered accounts in this bank will be paid out the following compensation:
|Eligible Depositors||private individuals, commercial enterprises and public-sector offices|
|Covered Accounts||credit balances (e.g. personal accounts, savings accounts, investment accounts, salary accounts, numbered accounts, deposit accounts and current accounts)|
|Maximum Protected Amount||100 000 CHF|
|Paid In Currency||CHF|
Any bank can be identified for different purposes and hence can have several different identifiers.
BIC (Business Identifier Code, also known as SWIFT code or SWIFT BIC) is a the mostly used international identifier of financial institutions. SWIFT is the registration authority for BICs. BICs are used in financial transactions, client and counterparty data bases, compliance documents and many others.
A BIC consists of eight or eleven characters, comprising a financial institution code (four characters), a country code (two characters), a location code (two characters) and, optionally, a branch code (three characters).
BIC of Liechtensteinische Landesbank (Schweiz) AG and its components are shown in the table below.
|Bank BIC Code||LILA|
|Country Code||CH (Switzerland)|