List of All Banks in Malta (Updated Information)

The Central Bank of Malta is the central bank of the Republic of Malta was established in April 1968. There are 26 licensed banks are presently operating in Malta. The central bank is the sole regulator and responsible for all other things such as issuing banknotes and coins, issuing licenses and overseeing credit and financial organizations and monitoring foreign exchange. In this post, you will get all links and information about banks in Malta.

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The Central Bank of Malta

Banks in Malta

At a glance the Central Bank of Malta all information

Headquarters:  Binja Laparelli, St James’s Counterguard, Valletta
Established:     17 April 1968
Ownership:      100% state ownership
Governor:         Mario Vella
central bank of Malta
Reserves:          400 million USD
Succeeded by:  European Central Bank
Website:            www.centralbankmalta.org

List of all Banks in Malta

There are 28 banks are currently operating in Malta. 09 Banks were closed their operating. Banks in Malta are focused on three banking. These are Retail banking, Universal banking, Corporate banking. Below listed banks are running presently.

For those who consider a career in the banking sector in Malta, this is the top list of banks in Malta is very helpful on where to start. To get more information, please refer to our list of financial institutions in Malta.

Bank of Valletta The bank was established in 1974 and its headquarters is located in Santa Venara. It is one of the oldest and largest banks in Malta. The bank provides several banking products and services, life insurance, retirement products, foreign exchange services, brokerage, internet and mobile banking services. There are 1500 employees are serving through a network of 44 branches all over the country. The bank has representative offices in Italy, Belgium, Australia and Libya.

HSBC Bank Malta HSBC Bank Malta Plc is a subsidiary of HSBC Europe limited and it is a British multinational banking and financial services of HSBC. The bank headquarters is located in Valletta, Malta. The bank gives its services through 30 branches all over the island of Malta and Gozo.

FIMBank FIMBank plc was established in 1995 and the company headquarters is located in St Julian’s. The bank is a subsidiary of United Gulf Bank B.S.C. The bank operates through treasury, factoring, forfaiting and trade finance segments. The bank has 400 employees and serving all over the country.

Sparkasse Bank Malta Sparkasse Bank is headquartered in Silema and is a subsidiary of Sparkasse Holdings (Malta) Limited. The bank was established in 2000 and provides private banking, investment, custody and deposit services.

IIG Bank IIG Bank was established in 2010 and its headquarters is located in St. Julians. The bank is a private bank and it is specialized for asset management, corporate banking, private banking.It also gives services to import, export, trading companies, trade services, currency exchange, internet banking, remittance, etc. The bank also serves the Middle East, Asia, Africa, and Europe.

AgriBank The Agricultural Bank was established in 2012 and is a commercial bank located in Luqa. The bank only operates through an online platform to provide financial leases and hire purchase agreements for customers in the UK agricultural sector. AgriBank plc obtains funding through retail deposits, wholesale funds, bonds and stocks.

Banif Bank Banif Bank was established in 2008 and is located in Gzira. The bank provides its banking products and services, personal banking, corporate banking, business banking. The bank offers personal loans, credit cards, debit cards, mortgage loans, trade finance. The bank has 12 branches in the Maltese Islands.

These are the best and selected banks in Malta. You can visit the banks as you need. All the links and information are updated herewith.

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