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Banif Bank opens new Corporate Office in Mosta


18 March 2015

Banif Bank has continued to expand its reach to business clients by opening a third corporate office in its Mosta branch. The new office joins those situated in St. Julian’s and Paola to form a strategically positioned network of touch points across three of Malta’s busiest commercial hubs.

Offering a range of tailored services, Banif Bank is committed to supporting entrepreneurs in improving their business. The Bank is actively engaged and focused on the provision of a whole range of banking services centred around a business’ needs, from maximising deposit returns to various types of financing solutions.

Albert Buttigieg, Head of Unit, Corporate Banking, said: “At Banif we seek to support businesses in the whole gamut of needs of their lifecycle - from the purchasing of raw material to selling the finished product. Whether it’s growth, establishment or expansion, our six teams are geared to aid entrepreneurs manage their business.”

A dedicated corporate banking team is assigned to each customer, ensuring a consistent and familiar level of service whilst bringing years of professional experience and acumen to the table. The Bank’s cutting edge remote platforms, including a free Banif@ast internet banking portal for business, allow for convenient transactions, management and access to funds 24/7. 

Banif Bank seeks to help businesses in creating parallels with its own success story – that of a new venture growing into an established market player over. Be it a start-up venture, consolidation of operations or expansion, Banif is ready to step in and be a partner and contributor to success.

Corporate Banking office opening hours are 08:30-16:30 Monday to Friday. For any queries, one may call Customer Care on 2260 1000 or e-mail customercare@banif.com.mt.

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