Malta Property offers assistance to clients who need to request a bank loan. Malta Property has a professional yet friendly working relationship with all the banks in Malta.
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The Bank of Valletta (BOV) is a principal financial services provider in Malta. It offers a variety of financial services that include investment banking, fund management, private banking, bancassurance and stock broking. Domestic operations include a national chain of 41 branches, 5 Business Centres, a Corporate Centre and a Wealth Management division.https://www.bov.com.mt
Mediterranean Bank is a Maltese bank that focuses on wealth management, savings and investments. The specialists at Mediterranean Bank help clients manage their money and maximize their returns through high interest rates that are amongst the highest on the market.
The bank has been in operation since June 2004 and in July 2005 it became regulated by the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) as a licensed credit institution.
Mediterranean Bank also takes part in the Depositor Compensation scheme that was developed under the Laws of Malta.http://www.medbank.com.mt/
Banif Bank plc was established in 2008 and is owned by Banif Financial Group and financial investors. It aimed to assert itself as a major player in the local market by using knowledge accumulated from other socio-economic environments that are comparable to that of Malta. The bank is committed to forming stable relationships with Maltese businesses and communities, such as Madeira (34% market share) and Azores (26% market share).
Banif offers complete banking services by employing tactics oriented towards differentiated solutions. It is also expanding a network of branches for the corporate segments as well as retail. These will have financial advisors and Internet banking capabilities. The Bank’s main concern is to construct a strong business structure based on solid internal procedures.http://www.banif.com.mt
FIMbank is a licensed institution and is registered under the laws of Malta. It acquired control of LFC in 2003. It includes FIMbank p.l.c., FILM Property Investment, FIM Business Solutions and London Forfaiting Company. The Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) oversees the FIMbank Group on a consolidated basis.
FIMbank’s main role is to act as a mediator to other financial companies for international settlements, loan syndications and forfeiting, and to provide short-term international finance to corporate traders. The bank also manages account in multiple currencies for both residents and non-residents. It also offers credit card facilities to its clients.http://www.fimbank.com/