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EVERYTHING WENT ... TIP TOP!


26 April 2012

Banif Bank (Malta) plc considers its human resources as core to its banking operations, investing in its staff complement, both by consistently recruiting highly-skilled employees and continually ensuring the ongoing development of its existent work force.

In tandem with that strategy, an active Sports & Social Committee also organises various activities on a monthly basis to further strengthen the team spirit among the Bank’s employees and emphasise the importance that the Bank gives to the overall well-being of its employees. 

One such event organised recently by the Banif Sports and Social Committee was a much-anticipated Car Treasure Hunt with attractive prizes for the top three winning teams. The activity was organised on a Saturday afternoon so that even employees’ partners or guests could join in.

In three hours, the teams had to unravel clues that led them to visit six (6) locations, namely, Mdina, Dingli, Rabat, Mosta, Ghajn Tuffieha and Manikata. At each location, they tackled a set of questions, which carried a varying number of points.

In addition, each team carried out a scavenger hunt to try to collect 20 items, that ranged from a simple feather to a single mushroom! The teams were awarded bonus points for each submitted item. All team members were also tasked with having an original photo taken that depicted the Bank’s motto - “The Power of Believing”.

The coveted top prizes were very keenly contested and it fell to one of the teams made up of Head Office Gzira staff and their partners – aptly called Tip Top - to carry off the first prize: a Day Trip to Sicily for all the five team members! The next activity being organised for Banif Bank (Malta) plc staff and their families is a Day Trip to Gozo early next month.


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