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BOV reports continued growth in core banking business, with profits up by 3% compared to ...

The Malta Independent 03 Nov 2022
The Bank reported continued growth in its core banking activities, with its main income lines showing improved commercial performance.
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BOV supports Opera Month in Gozo

The Malta Independent 02 Nov 2022
After two years of absence due to the pandemic, Gozo was again the place to be for opera lovers during October 2022. Teatru Aurora produced Guiseppe Verdi's AIDA, George Bizet's Carmen graced the theatre of the Astra.   ... ADVERTISEMENT .
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BOV puts Ethics in the Limelight

The Malta Independent 02 Nov 2022
 . Empowering Ethics across the Bank ADVERTISEMENT .
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BOV announces improved benefits on Motor Loans

The Malta Independent 27 Oct 2022
These benefits complement the Bank's Free Life Cover available on all personal loans up to €25,000 - a feature which so far places BOV as the only Bank in Malta offering life ...
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Mastru Xandru’s Crucifix to be restored through BOV’s support

The Malta Independent 22 Oct 2022
A 19th century crucifix attributed to Alessandro Farrugia is being restored through the support of Bank of Valletta ... ADVERTISEMENT .
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BOV appoints Kenneth Farrugia as new CEO

The Malta Independent 15 Sep 2022
In view of the expiry of Rick Hunkin’s contract as CEO of Bank of Valletta in ...
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BOV withdraws high-balance fee

The Malta Independent 09 Aug 2022
Bank of Valletta announced that it will no longer be charging the high-balance fee on deposits to non-personal customers ... ADVERTISEMENT .
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Deiulemar litigation settlement leads BOV to net loss of €76m in first six months

The Malta Independent 28 Jul 2022
This was driven by volume growth, solid customer activity and continuing strength in credit quality ... ADVERTISEMENT .

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