List of Banks in Malta


 

Throughout history, Malta's location has given it great strategic importance,and a sequence of powers including the Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Fatimids, Sicilians, Knights of St John, French and the British ruled the islands. Malta gained independence from the United Kingdom in 1964 and became a republic in 1974, whilst retaining membership in the Commonwealth of Nations. It is a member of the United Nations (since 1964) and a member of the European Union (since 2004). Malta is also party to the Schengen Agreement (since 2007) and member of the eurozone (since 2008).

Malta has a long Christian legacy and is an Apostolic See. According to the Acts of the Apostles in the Christian Bible, St. Paul was shipwrecked on "Melite", as the Greeks called the island, and ministered there. Catholicism continues to be the official and dominant religion in Malta.

Malta is internationally renowned as a tourist resort, with numerous recreational areas and historical monuments, including nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites, most prominently the Megalithic Temples which are some of the oldest free-standing structures in the world
 

  Throughout history, Malta's location has given it great strategic importance, and a sequence of powers including the Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Fatimids, Sicilians, Knights of St John, French and the British ruled the islands. Malta gained independence from the United Kingdom in 1964 and became a republic in 1974, whilst retaining membership in the Commonwealth of Nations. It is a member of the United Nations (since 1964) and a member of the European Union (since 2004). Malta is also party to the Schengen Agreement (since 2007)and member of the eurozone (since 2008).

Malta has a long Christian legacy and is an Apostolic See. According to the Acts of the Apostles in the Christian Bible, St. Paul was shipwrecked on "Melite", as the Greeks called the island, and ministered there. Catholicism continues to be the official and dominant religion in Malta.

Malta is internationally renowned as a tourist resort, with numerous recreational areas and historical monuments, including nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites, most prominently the Megalithic Temples which are some of the oldest free-standing structures in the world
 


Akbank TAS
6th Floor, Portomaso Business Tower
St Julians - MT PTM 01
Malta
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URL: http://www.akbank.com.tr/

APS Bank Ltd
24, APS House, St Anne Square
Floriana - MT VLT 16
Malta
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URL: http://www.apsbank.com.mt/

Bank of Valletta plc
BOV Centre, High Street
Sliema - MT SLM 16
Malta
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URL: http://www.bov.com/

BAWAG Malta Bank Ltd
Floor 6, Strand Towers, 36 The Strand
Sliema - MT SLM 07
Malta
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URL: http://www.bawag.com

Central Bank of Malta
Castille Place
Valletta - MT CMR 01
Malta
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URL: http://www.centralbankmalta.com/

Commbank Europe Ltd
Level 3, Strand Towers,36 The Strand
Sliema - MT SLM 1022
Malta
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Erste Bank (Malta) Ltd
72, Regent House, Bisazza Street
Sliema - MT SLM 15
Malta
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Finansbank (Malta) Ltd
Floor 2, Strand Towers, 36 The Strand
Sliema - MT SLM 07
Malta
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First International Merchant Bank plc
7th Floor, The Plaza Commercial Centre, Bisazza Street
Sliema - MT SLM 15
Malta
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URL: http://www.fimbank.com/

Fortis Bank Malta Ltd
114/5, The Strand
Gzira - MT GZR 03
Malta
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HSBC Bank Malta plc
Head Office, 233, Republic Street
Valletta - MT VLT 05
Malta
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URL: http://www.hsbcmalta.com/

HSBC Home Loans Bank (Malta) Ltd
Spencer Gardens
Blata l-Bajda - MT HMR 12
Malta
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Investkredit International Bank plc
Floor 6, Airways House, High Street
Sliema - MT SLM 15
Malta
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URL: http://www.investkredit.com.mt/

Izola Bank Ltd
53/58, East Street
Valletta - MT VLT 06
Malta
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URL: http://www.izolabank.com.mt/

Lombard Bank Malta plc
Lombard House, 67, Republic Street
Valletta - MT VLT 05
Malta
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Mediterranean Bank plc
10, St Barbara Bastion
Valletta - MT VLT 06
Malta
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URL: http://www.medbank.com.mt/

Raiffeisen Malta Bank plc
71, Il-Piazzetta, Tower Road
Sliema - MT SLM 16
Malta
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Sparkasse Bank Malta plc
101 Townsquare ix-Xatt ta' Qui-si-Sana
Sliema - MT SLM3112
Malta
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URL: http://www.sparkasse-bank-malta.com/

Turkiye Garanti Bankasi AS
Floor 4/5, Strand Towers, 36 The Strand
Sliema - MT SLM 07
Malta
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Volksbank Malta Ltd
53, Dingli Street
Sliema - MT SLM 09
Malta
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URL: http://www.volksbank.com.mt/
 

 

 

 

 

Malta is classified as an advanced economy together with 32 other countries according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).[72] Until 1800 Malta depended on cotton, tobacco and its shipyards for exports. After the British arrived, they came to depend on the dockyard for support of the Royal Navy, especially during the Crimean War of 1854. The military base benefited craftsmen and all those who served the military.

In 1869 the opening of the Suez Canal gave Malta's economy a great boost, as there was a massive increase in the shipping which entered the port. Ships stopping at Malta's docks for refuelling helped the Entrepôt trade, which brought additional benefits to the island.

However, towards the end of the 19th century the economy began declining, and by the 1940s Malta's economy was in serious crisis. One factor was the longer range of newer merchant ships that required less frequent refuelling stops.

The dolphin show at Mediterraneo Marine Park. Tourism generates a significant part of the GDP of MaltaCurrently, Malta’s major resources are limestone, a favourable geographic location and a productive labour force. Malta produces only about 20% of its food needs, has limited freshwater supplies and has no domestic energy sources. The economy is dependent on foreign trade (serving as a freight trans-shipment point), manufacturing (especially electronics and textiles) and tourism. Malta is a popular tourist destination, with 1.2 million tourists every year. Three times more tourists visit than there are residents. Tourism infrastructure has increased dramatically over the years and a number of good-quality hotels are present on the island, although overdevelopment and the destruction of traditional housing is of growing concern. An increasing number of Maltese now travel abroad on holiday.[73] Although they are still a net importer of tourism, the ratio of inbound tourists to outbound tourists is decreasing.

Film production is a growing contributor to the Maltese economy, with several big-budget foreign films shooting in Malta each year. The country has increased the exports of many other types of services such as banking and finance.

Malta is part of a monetary union, the Eurozone (dark blue).The government is investing heavily in education, including college.

Malta has recently privatised some state-controlled firms and liberalised markets in order to prepare for membership in the European Union, which it joined on 1 May 2004. For example, the government announced on 8 January 2007 that it is selling its 40% stake in Maltapost, in order to complete a privatisation process which has been ongoing for the past five years.In 2010, Malta has managed to privatize telecommunications, postal services, shipyards and shipbuilding. Public Transport in Malta shall be privatized on 3 July 2011.

Malta and Tunisia are currently discussing the commercial exploitation of the continental shelf between their countries, particularly for petroleum exploration. These discussions are also undergoing between Malta and Libya for similar arrangements.

Malta does not have a property tax.

According to Eurostat data, Maltese PPS GDP per capita stood at 76 per cent of the EU average in 2008

 

List of All Malta Banks and its website

Akbank TAS

6th Floor, Portomaso Business Tower

St Julians PTM 01

Malta

For more information on Akbank TAS, go to their website here.

APS Bank Ltd

APS Centre, Tower Street

Birkirkara BKR 4012

Malta

For more information on APS Bank, go to their website here.

 

Banif Bank (Malta)

203, Level 2, Rue D’Argens,

Gzira, GZR 1368

Malta

For more information on Banif Bank, go to their website here.

Bank of Valletta plc

BOV Centre, High Street

Sliema SLM 16

Malta

For more information on Bank of Valletta, go to their website here.

BAWAG Malta Bank Ltd

Floor 6, Strand Towers, 36 The Strand

Sliema SLM 07

Malta

For more information on BAWAG Bank, go to their website here.

Central Bank of Malta

Castille Place

Valletta CMR 01

Malta

For more information on the Central Bank of Malta, go to their website here.

Commbank Europe Ltd

Level 3, Strand Towers, 36 The Strand

Sliema SLM 1022

Malta

For more information on Commbank Europe, go to their website here.

Erste Bank (Malta) Ltd

72, Regent House, Bisazza Street

Sliema SLM 15

Malta

For more information on Erste Bank, visit their website here.

Finansbank (Malta) Ltd

Floor 2, Strand Towers, 36 The Strand

Sliema SLM 07

Malta

For more information on Finansbank, go to their website here.

First International Merchant Bank plc

7th Floor, The Plaza Commercial Centre, Bisazza Street

Sliema SLM 15

Malta

For more information on First International Merchant Bank, go to their website here.

Fortis Bank Malta Ltd

114/5, The Strand

Gzira GZR 03

Malta

For more information on Fortis Bank, go to their website here.

 

HSBC Bank Malta plc

Head Office, 233, Republic Street

Valletta VLT 05

Malta

For more information on HSBC Malta, go to their website here.

The International Banking Corporation (Malta)

20th Floor

Portomaso Business Tower

St Julians STJ 4010

Malta

For more information on International Banking Corporation, go to their website here.

 

Investkredit International Bank plc

Floor 6, Airways House, High Street

Sliema SLM 15

Malta

For more information on Investkredit International Bank, go to their website here.

Izola Bank Ltd

53/58, East Street

Valletta VLT 06

Malta

For more information on Izola Bank, go to their website here.

Lombard Bank Malta plc

Lombard House, 67, Republic Street

Valletta VLT 05

Malta

For more information on Lombard Bank, go to their website here.

Mediterranean Bank plc

10, St Barbara Bastion

Valletta VLT 06

Malta

For more information on Mediterranean Bank, go to their website here.

Nemea Bank plc

Level 17, Portomaso Tower

St Julians STJ 4011

For more information on Nemea Bank, go to their website here.

Raiffeisen Malta Bank plc

71, Il-Piazzetta, Tower Road

Sliema SLM 16

Malta

For more information on Raiffeisen Malta Bank, go to their website here.

Saadgroup Bank Europe Limited

171 Old Bakery Street

Valletta, VLT1455

Malta

Sparkasse Bank Malta plc

64, Regent House, Bisazza Street

Sliema SLM 15

Malta

For more information on Sparkasse Bank, go to their website here.

Turkiye Garanti Bankasi AS

Floor 4/5, Strand Towers, 36 The Strand

Sliema SLM 07

Malta

For more information on Turkiye Garanti Bankasi, go to their website here.

VoiceCash Bank Ltd

160, Triq Ix-Xatt

Ta' Xbiex Gzira GZR 1020

Malta

For more information on VoiceCash Bank, go to their website here.

Volksbank Malta Ltd

53, Dingli Street

Sliema - MT SLM 09

Malta

For more information on Volksbank Malta, go to their website here.

 

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