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EFG Int’l Says BSI Court Ruling Won’t Impact Financial Results
EFG says Q3 revenue margins remained under substantial pressure
EFG International Nominates Peter Fanconi As New Chair Of Board of Directors
EFG International AG is a Switzerland-based company engaged in the banking and investment services sector. The Company offers private banking and asset management services. It operates through three main business segments: Private Banking and Wealth Management, Asset Management, and Investment and Wealth Solutions. The Private Banking and Wealth Management segment is managed on a regional basis and split into Continental Europe, Switzerland, the Americas, the United Kingdom, and Asia. The Continental Europe region includes private banking operations in continental Europe, with the exception of Switzerland. The Americas region includes the United States, Canada, the Bahamas and the Cayman Islands; and PRS business. The Asia region includes Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan. The Asset Management segment includes EFG Asset Management business on a global basis. The Investment and Wealth Solutions segment includes Private Client Trust services and Institutional Fund Administration services.
Peter A. Fanconi
Chairman of the Board
Piergiorgio G. Pradelli
Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Committee
Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Head of Investment Solutions, Member of the Executive Committee
Niccolo Herbert Burki
Independent Non-Executive Vice Chairman of the Board
Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Committee
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Swiss wealth manager EFG International on Friday dismissed media reports over a potential acquisition of the bank by Julius Baer.
EFG International <EFGN.S> said on Wednesday its results would not be affected by a court ruling forcing Switzerland's markets supervisor to reconsider its seizure of about $95 million from a bank the Swiss money manager bought in 2016.
* HAS TAKEN NOTE OF ANNOUNCEMENT BY FEDERAL ADMINISTRATIVE COURT REGARDING APPEAL AGAINST FINMA DECISION IN CONNECTION WITH BSI LEGACY CASE
* EFG INTERNATIONAL IS CONTINUING TO SYSTEMATICALLY EXECUTE ITS 2022 STRATEGIC PLAN WITH A FOCUS ON ACHIEVING SUSTAINABLE AND PROFITABLE GROWTH
* EFG NOMINATES NEW CHAIR AND ADDITIONAL NEW MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR ELECTION AT AGM 2020
* EFG INTERNATIONAL APPOINTS AMY YIP AS CHAIR OF ITS ASIA PACIFIC ADVISORY BOARD
EFG International <EFGN.S> said assets under management during the first half of the year increased 12% to 147.6 billion Swiss francs ($149.62 billion) at the end of 2018, the private bank said on Wednesday
* ASSETS UNDER MANAGEMENT1 INCREASED SUBSTANTIALLY TO CHF 147.6 BILLION AT END-JUNE 2019, UP 12.4% COMPARED TO CHF 131.2 BILLION AT END-2018
* OPENING OF A PRESENCE IN LISBON, PORTUGAL, AS A BRANCH OF ITS LUXEMBOURG ENTITY, EFG BANK
* EFG INTERNATIONAL TO ENHANCE ITS OFFERING FOR INDEPENDENT ASSET MANAGERS
* As initially announced, EFG International intends to repurchase up to eight million of its own registered shares
Brazilian investment bank Banco BTG Pactual SA is not considering a divestment of its stake in Swiss private bank EFG International, BTG's chief financial officer said on Friday.
Latin America's largest investment bank Banco BTG Pactual SA may spinoff its 29 percent stake in the Swiss private bank EFG International , the chief financial officer told analysts on Thursday.
Brazilian investment bank Banco BTG Pactual SA is analyzing if its 29 percent stake in the Swiss private bank EFG International is relevant for its business, CEO Roberto Sallouti told analysts on Thursday.
* EFG INTERNATIONAL ANNOUNCES THE CLOSING OF THE ACQUISITION OF MAJORITY STAKE IN SHAW AND PARTNERS Source text: https://bit.ly/2PF3iZa Further company coverage: (Berlin Speed Desk)
* SAYS EFG INTENDS TO REPURCHASE SHARES FROM THE MARKET TO FUND ITS EMPLOYEE INCENTIVE PLANS
Assets under management at Swiss private bank EFG International dropped to 131.2 billion francs (£99.45 billion) at the end of 2018, missing analysts' expectations, as tough markets and exchange-rate swings weighed.
Assets under management at Swiss private bank EFG International fell to 131.2 billion Swiss francs ($130.21 billion) at the end of 2018, as tough markets and exchange-rate swings weighed, it said on Wednesday.
Swiss private bank EFG International's shares dropped sharply on Thursday after it struggled to attract new money in recent months, hurt as market volatility dented Asian clients' risk appetite.
* EFG INTERNATIONAL PRESERVES GROWTH MOMENTUM IN A CHALLENGING ENVIRONMENT
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