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Leonteq AG (SIX: LEON), the Zurich-based independent technology and service provider for investment solutions, has been informed that Notentstein Private Bank Ltd transferred 3,188,901 Leonteq registered shares to its parent company Raiffeisen Switzerland Cooperative. Raiffeisen Switzerland now holds 3,474,171 registered shares, or 21.8%, and Notenstein Private Bank holds 756,233 registered shares, or 4.7% of outstanding Leonteq shares. The Raiffeisen Group’s total equity stake in Leonteq remains unchanged at 26.5% following this internal share transfer at Raiffeisen, which according to Raiffeisen Switzerland was effectuated at book value. The composition of the shareholder group centered around the Leonteq founding partners and the Raiffeisen Group, which holds a total stake of 48.1%, also remains unchanged.
Leonteq AG (SIX: LEON), the Zurich-based engineering and infrastructure partner for investment solutions, today announces that shareholders approved all proposals put forward by the board of directors at today's annual general meeting, including the share-split at a ratio of 1:2.
Avaloq, DBS, Leonteq AG (SIX: LEON) and Numerix have signed a letter of intent for the implementation of an integrated multi-issuer investment products distribution system ("IPDS"). The cooperation will enhance the offering and distribution of structured investment products. Through this initiative, Avaloq connects the IPDS to the Avaloq Banking Suite, with DBS as the pilot bank. For the first phase, the new platform will focus on the Asia Pacific region.
The Zurich-based engineering and infrastructure partner for investment solutions, today announces the main agenda items and proposals of the board of directors for its ordinary general meeting which will be held on 22 April 2015.
Leonteq AG (SIX:LEON), the Zurich-based independent technology and service provider for investment solutions, today announced a good set of results for the 2014 financial year, reflecting increased earnings contributions from platform partners and particularly strong performance in Switzerland and Europe.