• Vaduz

    Our banking group – competence and customer focus 

Management, organisation and bodies

The LLB Group is a full-service bank with particular strength in private banking and institutional business. For 160 years, Liechtensteinische Landesbank AG, based in Vaduz, has been cultivating forward-looking partnerships with its clients.

The LLB Group's organisational structure reflects its special proximity to its clients and markets. It consists of two profitable market divisions: Retail & Corporate Banking and International Wealth Management. Our focus is on the onshore markets of Liechtenstein, Switzerland and Austria, on the traditional cross-border markets of Germany and the rest of Western Europe, and on the growth markets of Central and Eastern Europe and the Middle East.

Governing bodies

General Meeting of Shareholders

The General Meeting of Shareholders  is the supreme governing body of the LLB.

Board of Directors

Pursuant to Article 12 of the Law concerning the Liechtensteinische Landesbank and Article 14 of the bank's Statutes, the Board of Directors of the Liechtensteinische Landesbank AG is composed of five to seven members, who are elected by the General Meeting of Shareholders for a period of three years. The General Meeting appoints the Chairman. The Board of Directors elects a Vice Chairman from among its members.

  • Georg Wohlwend
    Georg Wohlwend – Chairman, born 1963, business economist, nationality FL, member of the board of directors since 2017

    Georg Wohlwend, Chairman

  • Portrait Richard Senti
    Dr. Richard Senti – Vice Chairman,  born 1964, business economist, nationality FL, member of the board of directors since 2018

    Dr. Richard Senti 

  • Portrait Nicole Brunnhart
    Dr. Nicole Brunhart, born 1975, business economist, nationality FL / CH, member of the board of directors since 2023

    Dr. Nicole Brunhart

  • Leila Frick-Marxer
    Leila Frick-Marxer, born 1984, lawyer, nationality FL, member of the board of directors since 2022

    Leila Frick-Marxer

  • Portrait Thomas Russenberger
    Thomas Russenberger, born 1975, HR manager, nationality FL, member of the board of directors since 2018

    Thomas Russenberger

  • Dr. Karl Sevelda
    Dr. Karl Sevelda, born 1950, business economist, nationality AT, member of the board of directors since 2019

    Dr. Karl Sevelda

  • Portrait Christian Wiesendanger
    Dr. Christian Wiesendanger, born 1964 , financial expert, nationality CH, member of the board of directors since 2023

    Dr. Christian Wiesendanger

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Board of Management

Pursuant to Article 13 of the Law concerning the Liechtensteinische Landesbank AG and Article 18 of the Statutes, the LLB's Board of Management is composed of at least three members, the permanent Chairman (CEO) and the other members who manage the business units. All members of the Board of Management are appointed by the Board of Directors, which also appoints the Chairman.

  • Portrait Gabriel Brenna
    Dr. Gabriel Brenna, born 1973, nationality CH, Chief Executive Officer, Private Banking, member of the board of management since 2012

    Dr. Gabriel Brenna, Group CEO

  • Urs Müller
    Urs Müller, born 1962, nationality FL, Retail & Corporate Banking, member of the board of management since 2011

    Urs Müller

  • Natalie Flatz
    Natalie Flatz, born 1977, nationality AT, International Wealth Management, member of the board of management since 2016

    Natalie Flatz

  • Christoph M. Reich
    Christoph M. Reich, born 1974, nationality CH, Group Chief Financial Officer, member of the board of management since 2012

    Christoph M. Reich

  • Patrick Fürer
    Dr. Patrick J. Fürer, born 1965, nationality CH, Group Chief Digital & Operating Officer, member of the board of management since 2019

    Dr. Patrick J. Fürer

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The LLB Group

One of the strengths of our corporate group lies in our teams. In a dialogue based on partnership, our teams combine expertise and experience to exceed our clients' expectations – in classic banking as well as private banking, asset management, and fund services.