BOV Celebrates Women In Business On Women's Day

11th March 2019

“Bank of Valletta believes in diversity and also works closely with women-led businesses to offer them tailor-made financial products to help them achieve their potential," said BOV Chief Financial Officer Elvia George.

Bank of Valletta commemorated Women’s Day with a celebration of Women in Business, an event for women who have followed their passion and reached the heights of success in business and in their careers.

BOV Chief Financial Officer Elvia George and Chief Business Development Officer Albert Frendo greeted the invitees, female directors and business owners to an inspiring event aimed at sharing knowledge and skills that can be implemented in their own businesses.

“This event is aimed at providing the opportunity to hear real ‘behind the scenes’ stories of challenges women face in their careers and sharing experiences on what it takes to succeed in business and in life,” said Ms George. “Bank of Valletta believes in diversity and also works closely with women-led businesses to offer them tailor-made financial products to help them achieve their potential.”

The event featured a diverse panel of speakers, all with a different approach to business, who faced and conquered adversity to become recognisably successful.

Bank of Valletta takes pride in its recruitment and career advancement policy that has always been open equally to all genders based on the most creative and skilled individuals without sort of discrimination.


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