HSBC Malta has announced that its Global Trade and Receivables Finance (GTRF) team has been named Market Leader and Best Service Bank in Malta for the second consecutive year in the Euromoney Trade Finance Survey 2024.

The Euromoney Trade Finance Survey is renowned for its comprehensive evaluation of the global trade finance market, with awards determined by client feedback.

In addition to its success in Malta, HSBC has also been recognised globally as the Global Market Leader in Trade Finance for a seventh consecutive year, and was also named Best Trade Finance Service Bank globally.

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HSBC Malta Head of Commercial Banking Joyce Grech / LinkedIn

Joyce Grech, Head of Commercial Banking at HSBC Malta, stated: “We are thrilled to be acknowledged once again by the Euromoney Trade Finance Survey and take this opportunity to extend our gratitude to our valued customers for their continued trust and confidence in the bank’s services.”

“This accolade is a testament to our teams’ dedication and relentless effort to provide tailored, best in class services that meet the evolving needs of our customers,” she said.

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HSBC Malta Country Head of GTRF Bernard Grima / LinkedIn

HSBC Malta Country Head of GTRF Bernard Grima remarked that receiving the two accolades for two years in a row represents a “significant accomplishment” for the team. “It reflects our deep commitment to delivering innovative solutions and exceptional service to our customers, enabling them to thrive in the global marketplace,” he added.

He affirmed that the achievement represents a collective effort from the collaboration between the Trade Finnace team and the Commercial Banking Relationship Managers, together with the various support functions.


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