VP Bank (Luxembourg) SA and VP Bank Fund Solutions (Luxembourg) SA open their business premises
As part of the "VP Bank Experts` Keynotes" event organised by VP Bank (Luxembourg) SA and VP Fund Solutions (Luxembourg) SA, at the beginning of February numerous guests were given an insight into the new business premises at Kirchberg.
To mark the occasion of our relocation, employees of VP Bank in Luxembourg give an insight into their day-to-day work. What has changed? How do our clients benefit from the move? Find out the answers to these questions and more in our newest video.
VP Bank donates EUR 6,000.00 to SOS Kannerduerf Lëtzebuerg
Against the backdrop of the relocation of VP Bank and VP Fund Solutions in Luxembourg, some of the old furniture and equipment was sold off. VP Bank is donating the proceeds to the charitable foundation SOS Kannerduerf Lëtzebuerg.
Anders Fogh Rasmussen on the role of democracy - VP Bank Experts
On 21 January VP Bank hosted the “VP Bank Experts” event in Zurich in cooperation with the Danish-Swiss Chamber of Commerce (DSHK). Speaker Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the former Danish Prime Minister and erstwhile Secretary General of NATO, spoke to almost 200 guests about the importance of democracy for trade and economic growth. We asked Mr. Rasmussen for a brief statement on the role of democracy in global markets.
CEO Alfred W. Moeckli to leave VP Bank Group on 31 January 2019
The Board of Directors of VP Bank Group and CEO Alfred W. Moeckli have decided to not continue their collaboration. Alfred W. Moeckli will relinquish all his functions as of the end of January 2019 and leave the bank to devote himself to new assignments. Dr Urs Monstein assumes the position of CEO on an interim basis.
Preliminary information: VP Bank's growth strategy bears fruit – market environment, however, influences profitability
VP Bank recorded a net new money inflow of CHF 3.2 billion in the past financial year. This pleasing increase is attributable to the Bank's long-term growth strategy, which is based in particular on the expansion of its client service units. During the same period, consolidated net income fell by 17 percent to approximately CHF 55 million.