For you to open an account, you have to physically visit a branch, and it is recommended that you phone ahead to make an appointment. There are some documents that you need to successfully open an account. Read more about the procedure of opening a bank account in this article.
If you’re an expat in Malta looking for a suitable bank, you have several alternatives to choose from ranging from international banks to small local banks. In case you want to focus on the best option for your specific situation, we recommend four options: Bank of Valetta, HSBC Malta, IIG Bank and Sparkasse Bank Malta.
Almost everyone thinks about one day buying their dream home, or running a business from their own shopfront or offices. If you could afford buying property in Malta outright, without getting a loan, might be the best way to make this purchase. But most of us require a loan to achieve this goal.
A concise guide for expats in Malta who are seeking mortgage finance to buy property in Malta or re-mortgage an existing property in Malta. We recommend that you read this guide before you apply to the bank.
When looking into foreign exchange in Malta you should know the local currency is the Euro (EUR), which means its monetary policies are issued by a separate financial institution – the European Central Bank (ECB).
Wealth management is often a concern for expats in Malta, and the country is establishing itself as one of the world’s leading offshore financial centres. Services on offer within Malta range from tax planning, private banking services and asset protection, to traditional money lending and investment management.