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...there was a visit to the association Neues Lernen (New Learning) by Prince Hans-Adam II and Hereditary Prince Alois today. The association that is also financially supported by the Princely Family works as a competence centre for modern teaching methods for languages and provides teachers with teaching materials, training and advice. Apart from the Principality itself, the association also supports projects in Peru and Costa Rica. For more information, have a look at Vaterland.
Already last week, Prince Robert, cousin of Grand Duke Henri and owner of several wines estates, attended the award ceremony of the International Wine and Spirit Competition at London's Guildhall. To learn more about Prince Robert and his wine business, have a look here.
Meanwhile, the Princely Family's LGT Group was once again recognised as one of the leading private banks in German-speaking Europe by both the Handelsblatt Elite Report, that gave the Prince's bank and asset management group highest possible rating of "summa cum laude", and the German test authority Fuchsbriefe, which ranked the LGT among the ten best wealth managers in Europe placing them first in the category "advisory services". Prince Max, CEO of the LGT Group and second son of Prince Hans-Adam, was understandably excited about the accolades saying, "We are delighted by the fact that we can also impress independent experts with our quality on a regular basis. These recognitions as one of the leading private banks and a top asset manager show that we are doing an excellent job in satisfying investors’ high demands."