Bank Frick specialises in banking for intermediaries. The Liechtenstein bank provides a fully integrated offering of classic banking and blockchain banking services. As an entrepreneurial bank, we open up new perspectives.
That’s why our Bank Frick Blog features internal and external experts and pioneers from various areas who are committed to the future. Our contributions do not strive for high timings, but for quality – varied, but with substance and curiosity.
Bank Frick was founded in 1998 by the Liechtenstein national Kuno Frick Sr as a licensed universal bank, with the majority now controlled by the Kuno Frick Family Foundation (65 per cent). Net1, the Nasdaq-listed financial technology group, owns 35 per cent of Bank Frick’s share capital. Bank Frick has been family-run since its foundation.
Bank Frick’s classic banking offerings cover services for funds and issues, focusing on formulating European (AIF, UCITS) and national fund solutions. In the capital market sector, Bank Frick develops tailored financial products for intermediaries and supports them along the whole issue process, acting also as a custodian bank.
Furthermore, it provides basic services for account and safe custody account administration and handles international payment transactions. Bank Frick offers intermediaries the opportunity to trade in all asset classes in the form of execution-only transactions, develops individual financing solutions and is a competent partner for real estate development.
Bank Frick is one of Europe’s pioneers of the regulated blockchain banking sector. As such, it applies the same strict measures as it does for classic banking transactions. As well as offering trading and custodian services for crypto assets, the Bank supports token sales and develops tailored crypto structuring solutions for intermediaries. In 2017, the Bank was the first in the CHF area to issue a certificate based on cryptocurrencies. Bank Frick also played a key role in developing Europe’s first crypto-asset-based fund.