The Malta Independent 23 February 2024, Friday
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FIMBank hosts Corporate Clients’ Reception at the Corinthia Palace

Thursday, 7 December 2023, 16:29 Last update: about 4 months ago

On the 1st December 2023, FIMBank p.l.c. hosted a reception for its local corporate clients at the Corinthia Palace Malta. The Bank’s annual corporate clients’ event serves as an excellent opportunity for the Bank’s Executive Management and Relationship Managers to interact with clients. The event was attended by a significant number of the Bank’s corporate clients.

While warmly welcoming the guests present, FIMBank Group Chairman Dr John C. Grech emphasised on the Bank’s consistent efforts to expand its presence in Malta. Following the success in its real estate financing segment, the Bank has quite recently embarked on expanding its services to Malta-based corporate clients operating in various industries. “We firmly believe that it makes sense to further accelerate our efforts locally and grow further beyond our real estate offering. This further emphasises the Bank’s commitment towards customer centricity which remains a collective vision.” The Chairman also noted an important development for the Bank, the official approval of the new CEO, Mr Mohammed Louhab. He announced that he will be taking over from Mr Adrian Gostuski “who has done a tremendous job, following his appointment during the COVID-19 pandemic.”

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The new FIMBank CEO stated that “The pursuit of a customer-centric philosophy remains at the forefront of the Bank’s strategy. I am committed to deliver the best to FIMBank and our clients.” Mr Louhab also went on to recognise Mr Adrian Gostuski’s work during his tenure as FIMBank Group CEO.

During this corporate client event, an exquisite selection of art by renowned artists were on display and available for purchase. One valuable painting on display of Marsamxett Harbour was won by one of the Bank’s clients, following participation in a raffle competition where all the proceeds were donated to charity. The funds collected by clients, guests and a donation by FIMBank led to an encouraging sum of EUR 5,000 which has been donated to St. Angela’s House. The organisation provides shelter, support and education to children facing challenging circumstances. This initiative further contributes towards the Bank’s efforts to make a positive impact within the community and most importantly support children in need. This initiative subscribes to FIMBank’s strategy to further develop relationships with local charity organisations in its home country.

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