HSBC Bank Malta has renewed its long-standing Gold Partnership Agreement with The Malta Chamber, reinforcing its commitment to support Maltese businesses. HSBC Malta’s Head of Commercial Banking Joyce Grech signed the agreement together with Malta Chamber President Marisa Xuereb and Deputy President Chris Vassallo Cesareo.
Through this Gold Partnership, HSBC Malta will continue to back the Malta Chamber’s ongoing operations while creating unique joint events through which the bank makes its international expertise and business connections available to members. The two parties have also committed to organise a new series of virtual and physical seminars to assist companies in navigating the fast changing and challenging environment.
Joyce Grech, Head of Commercial Banking at HSBC Malta said: “This renewed partnership with the Chamber reflects HSBC Malta’s commitment to the local business community. The global expertise available to the bank has proved an invaluable resource for members during the pandemic and in navigating subsequent supply chain challenges. We are committed to ensuring that this expertise remains available to members in the months and years ahead as they prepare their businesses for future challenges including the decarbonistion of the economy.”
Marisa Xuereb, President of The Malta Chamber of Commerce, said: “The strategic alliance between HSBC Malta and The Malta Chamber has stood the test of time. Together, we have held a number of corporate events and educational webinars which have been of real benefit to our members. Moving forward we will continue to explore new opportunities designed to help Malta’s economy grow and evolve.”