Liechtenstein bank’s Chinese parent says no money losses in hacker attack

Valartis Bank, a Liechtenstein lender, was targeted by a hacker but account statement data was not obtained and no money losses have been identified so far, the Chinese parent of the bank said on Tuesday. Citychamp Watch & Jewellery Group Ltd, which bought a majority stake in the bank from Swiss-listed Valartis Group this year, said in a statement that an investigation by the bank and authorities had confirmed that the core system of bank had not been affected. “The attacker did not obtain details of the account statement or asset data,” Chief Financial Officer Fong Chi Wah said in the statement.

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