IT industry veteran Daniel Cutajar has joined BNF Bank as Chief Technology Officer (CTO) with effect from 1st August 2022.
Mr Cutajar’s appointment is subject to regulatory approval.
Headquartered in Gzira and founded in 2008, BNF Bank caters to both personal and business clients through 12 branches spread across the islands as well as a Corporate and Business Banking Centre.
JUD Investment Group Ltd, a subsidiary of Al Faisal Holding Group, is BNF Bank’s majority shareholder, holding 92.4 per cent stake in the bank. The remaining 7.6 per cent of shares are held by four Maltese shareholders: PG Holdings Ltd, Virtu Investments Ltd, SAK Ltd, and Mizzi Capital Projects.
The bank referred to Mr Cutajar as an ‘IT professional’, holding over 20 years of experience in the Maltese financial services industry.
Prior to joining BNF Bank, the newly appointed CTO served as Head of IT and Group Head of IT Operations at Ferratum Group. His previous experiences include Chief Information Officer at Insignia Cards Limited, IT Operations Manager and IT Projects Manager at APS Bank, and Project Manager at RS2 Software Group.
Mr Cutajar also holds a master’s degree in business administration eBusiness from the University of Malta.
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