Annual Reporting 2015

Annual Reporting 2015

2015 was a year of special focus on initiatives and investments to further build our platform partner network, and we are on track to achieve our goal of 30+ partners within the next five years. Financial results for 2015 were robust, although somewhat below management expectations. Our platform partner strategy has started to pay off well, with the Finteq business being the key driver for our top-line and bottom-line growth. We will continue to substantially invest into our partner network in 2016. At the same time we will drive the business forward with our increased sales force and new attractive automation tools that will enhance client experience both on the buyside and the sell-side. Despite prevalent geo-strategic risks, we are optimistic for the further development of our business in the years to come.
Documentation
04.02.2016 Press Release
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04.02.2016 Annual Report Leonteq Ltd
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04.02.2016 Annual Report Leonteq Securities Ltd
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04.02.2016 Presentation
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Annual Reporting 2014

Annual Reporting 2014

Last year was another eventful and successful year in the young history of Leonteq.

We posted strong results and moved forward on our strategic path. In particular, we channelled investments into our cutting-edge technology platform and accelerated our initiatives in the field of smart data. We also pursued our intensive onboarding efforts, which resulted in the establishment of a partnership with DBS, the leading Asian bank. Finally, we further strengthened our regional offices, increasing our footprint in Europe and Asia.

Documentation
26.02.2015 Press Release
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26.02.2015 Annual Report
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26.02.2015 Presentation
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Annual Reporting 2013

Annual Reporting 2013

We underwent significant changes in 2013. In March, we announced the conclusion of a new white-labeling agreement with Raiffeisen-subsidiary Notenstein Private Bank, thus representing proof of concept of our core white-labeling strategy outlined at the time of the IPO. In addition, Notenstein Private Bank acquired EFG International’s 20.25% stake in our company at a price of CHF 70.2 million. Following the completion of this transaction, we changed our name from EFG Financial Products to “Leonteq”, underlining our independence.

Documentation
19.03.2014 Press Release
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19.03.2014 Annual Report
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27.02.2014 Presentation
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Annual Reporting 2012

Annual Reporting 2012

In 2012, we saw a high demand for yield enhancement products mainly due to the low interest rate environment, reflected in tight credit spreads. Because of the good stock market performance, client demand for equity-based structured investment products rose significantly in Europe from 54% to 64% in 2012 compared to 2011. While assets under management in structured investment products in Europe decreased by 5.9% in 2012, the Swiss market showed solid growth of 8.0%, reflecting one of the highest growth rates in Europe.

Documentation
20.03.2013 Annual Report
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21.02.2013 Press Release
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21.02.2013 Presentation
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