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Open a bank account onlineEstablished in 1974, Bank of Valletta p.l.c. (BOV) has roots dating back to the nineteenth century Malta when a group of prominent Maltese and British businessmen founded the Anglo-Maltese Bank. Twentieth century Malta witnessed the formation of the National Bank of Malta Group following a merger of several well-established banks of the time. When BOV took over the business of this Group, it inherited 180 years of experience, goodwill and prestige — a legacy it continues to nourish every day.
Open a bank account onlineHSBC Bank Malta p.l.c. is the largest and the second-oldest bank in Malta and a subsidiary of HSBC Group (United Kingdom), one of the largest banking and financial services organisations in the world. It offers a comprehensive range of financial products and services via a network of around 60 branches and offices throughout Malta and Gozo. HSBC Bank Malta is part of the European region within the HSBC Group. Assets: 5.665 billion (for about Dec. 31, 2019).
Open a bank account onlineMediterranean Bank plc is a specialist bank focusing on wealth management, savings and investments. The Bank's assets are comprised of very high credit quality financial instruments, principally issued by EU entities. Mediterranean Bank was not an active investor in financial assets prior to the credit crisis, and therefore it has no legacy portfolio investments and no impaired assets. Assets: €1.392 billion (for about Dec. 31, 2019).
Open a bank account onlinePilatus Bank plc is a member of the Depositor Compensation Scheme established in terms of Legal Notice 383 of 2015. If a deposit is unavailable because a credit institutionion is unable to meet its financial obligations, depositors are covered by the Depositor Compensation Scheme, in accordance with the Depositor Compensation Scheme Regulations, 2019.