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04 May 2012

In its latest initiative to enhance its existing product portfolio, Banif Bank (Malta) plc has teamed up with Cars International and is offering a unique opportunity to all its Salary Account clients by making it easier to acquire the car of their dreams! Banif clients, who hold a Salary Account and a credit card, can now avail themselves of a preferential rate when taking out a loan to purchase any model from the Kia and Opel range of cars.

Banif’s Salary Account – opened simply when clients choose to ask their employer to credit their salary directly to this account - is, without a shadow of doubt, one of the Bank’s most popular products. Salary Account holders benefit from attractive incentives on deposit and credit facilities that include discounts in fees and reduced interest rates which are applicable on personal loans, as well as preferential rates on current accounts, savings schemes and standard one-year term deposits.

Banif Bank has now established itself as the Alternative Maltese Bank – the Bank that strives constantly to come up with innovative products aimed at meeting the needs of the local community. This latest offer of exclusive interest rates on car loans for its Salary Account clients, in conjunction with Cars International, clearly shows Banif’s commitment in this regard. So, there is no better time than the present to open a Salary Account and simultaneously take out a Visa Classic Credit Card in order to benefit from even more advantageous rates on car loans! And what’s more, for the first year, the annual card fee is also waived!

To enjoy all these benefits. call our Customer Care on 2260 1000 or visit the Bank’s website www.banif.com.mt  and join the ever-growing Banif Bank client base today!
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