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APS Bank

APS Bank logoAPS Bank Ltd. is a limited liability company which is wholly owned by the Catholic Church in Malta. It is duly registered with the Malta Registrar of Companies and is licensed and regulated by the Malta Financial Services Authority. The Bank's major raison d'etre is mainly that of creating a balance between reaching profitable objectives and actively participating and supporting initiatives aimed at enhancing or generally alleviating human welfare.

Albeit APS Bank is not physically present outside the islands of Malta, over the last couple of years, the Bank has managed to forge a few strategic alliances with some high profile financial institutions. Furthermore, APS Bank has been successful in being admitted as a full member of FEBEA, an association based in Brussels governed by Belgian law. The primary objective of this association is to exchange and share experiences as well as create common tools to encourage the development of financial solidarity in Europe.

Registration Number: C2192
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Headquarter Floriana, Malta
Key People Prof Emanuel P Delia (Chairman), Marcel Cassar (CEO)
Head Office 24, St. Anne Square Floriana, VLT 16
Phone +356 2122-6644
Fax +356 2560-3001
Official Site www.apsbank.com.mt Website
SWIFT Code APSBMTMT
Founded 1910
ID: 43. Updated: 11.06.2017

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