BNF Bank was once again, one of the participants in Malta’s business and investment virtual forum - EY Malta’s Future Realised Week. The Bank joined other industry’s top international speakers in the debate focusing on key global and local business issues around investment, the economy, sustainability, technology and what businesses may accomplish to help shape a better working Malta.
BNF Bank is a fundamental player in driving business and providing corporate investment opportunities. Within this framework, BNF's sponsorship in EY's conference forms part of the company's overall plan to enhance its position in the industry.
Michael Collis, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director at BNF Bank, spoke about how the banking industry has shown remarkable resilience during the pandemic crisis, together with how the recent FATF grey listing may impact the general economy. The Bank worked closely with several governmental bodies and other entities to assist its customers in the best possible way while taking steps to preserve the bank’s foundation for growth over the next few years.
"As a Bank, we provide long-term assistance to our loyal and esteemed customers. During challenging times, BNF Bank strived to do everything possible to stand by its customers, to establish the best methods of support”. Michael Collis continued by saying that ‘’BNF Bank is progressing with its goal of being close and more connected with the community it operates in, whilst having an even bigger contribution to the environmental needs. Part of our vision is to see the Bank expanding its activities and its client base, by investing in a digital transformation journey to maintain and strengthen its foundations”.
Mr. Collis concluded by stating that “I am very positive about the future here and we will continue to put the customer at the center of everything we do and stay connected to our community”.