BOV Bond Officially Listed on Malta Stock Exchange

18th July 2019

'The ringing of the MSE bell has become a rite of passage on the first day of trading and we are glad to add BOV’s latest Bond Issue on the Main Market,' said Malta Stock Exchange (MSE) Chairman Joseph Portelli.

The €50,000,000 Bank of Valletta plc 3.75% unsecured subordinated bond 2026-2031 was officially listed on the Regulated Main Market at the Malta Stock Exchange.

Chief Business Development Officer Kenneth Farrugia and Chief Officer Investment Services Romeo Cutajar attended the official bell ringing event at the Malta Stock Exchange to formally commemorate the first day of trading in the presence of MSE Chairman Joseph Portelli and CEO Simon Zammit.

"Here at the Malta Stock Exchange, we consider Bank of Valletta as an esteemed major issuer" said the MSE Chairman. "The ringing of the MSE bell has become a rite of passage on the first day of trading and we are glad to add BOV’s latest Bond Issue on the Main Market," he added.

"We are very pleased to have yet another financial instrument listed on the Malta Stock Exchange", said Mr Farrugia. "We are very proud to be able to say that Bank of Valletta has consolidated itself as a solid and rewarding investment over the years, and the prompt take up of the offer confirms that the investing public firmly believes in the strength and success of the BOV Group."

On behalf of the Bank’s Board of Directors and Management Board, Romeo Micallef thanked the investors, the advisory team and the Malta Stock Exchange for making this Bond Issue a success.


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