Merger of Banque Havilland (Liechtenstein) Ltd. with Banque Havilland (Swiss) Ltd. and establishment of a new branch in Zurich

Banque Havilland (Liechtenstein) Ltd. would like to inform its clients and the public that the merger with Banque Havilland (Swiss) Ltd. announced earlier this year has now been successfully completed as planned with effect from the beginning of July 2022.

Business activities in Switzerland will be concentrated at the Zurich location as the bank’s newly established branch of Banque Havilland (Liechtenstein) Ltd. The management and the entire team of both locations are convinced that this strategic restructuring has created sustainable advantages and simplified access to both markets for their clients in Liechtenstein as well as for those in Switzerland. The entire staff is pleased with this successful outcome and will be happy to serve clients at both locations under the umbrella of Banque Havilland (Liechtenstein) AG at any time.

About Banque Havilland (Liechtenstein) Ltd.

Banque Havilland (Liechtenstein) Ltd. is a 100% subsidiary of Banque Havilland S.A. with headquarters in Luxembourg and thus part of the Banque Havilland Group (“Banque Havilland Group”). The Banque Havilland Group offers private banking, asset management, asset structuring and custodian banking services for investment funds in Luxembourg, London, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Monaco, and Dubai.

Founded in Luxembourg, the group has developed into an international banking group based on the idea of ​​establishing a bank in which the values ​​of the founding family such as responsibility, fairness, care and integrity play a decisive role in the day-to-day business. A bank that offers a safe haven for its assets and guarantees the quality of service and discretion that is expected from an exclusive private bank.

Banque Havilland (Liechtenstein) Ltd. is a member of the Liechtenstein Bankers Association (“LBV”). The bank is also a member of the Liechtenstein Investment Fund Association (“LAFV”).

German version (source: Volksblatt)
German version (source: Liechtensteiner Vaterland)