APS Bank has recently bid farewell to three long-serving employees as they embark on their retirement.
The bank’s CEO, Marcel Cassar, and Chief People Officer (CPO), Ray Bonnici, attended the outgoing employees’ retirement get-together.
“Today we celebrate the years of outstanding customer service provided with such dedication by Annabella, Bernadette, and Susan,” Mr Bonnici said.
“They have all played an instrumental role in bringing the bank to where it is today. We wish them all the best on their retirement,” he continued.
The gathering, held on the roof terrace at the APS Head Office, also brought together a number of the employees’ colleagues.
Annabella Borg Rizzo leaves the bank after 29 years of service, Bernadette Cassar after 26 years, and Susan Bartolo after eight years.
They all spent most of their career in the APS branch network.
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