Bank of Valletta (BOV) announced that Peter Halsor has tendered his resignation from the office of Chief Marketing and Customer Intelligence Officer.
Mr Halsor’s resignation comes into effect today, 11th May 2022.
BOV thanked him for his ‘valuable contribution and hard work’ and wished him all the best for his future endeavours.
Mr Halsor joined BOV in July 2021, as part of a string of senior management appointments at the bank.
His appointment as Chief Marketing and Customer Intelligence Officer coincided with Simon Azzopardi being appointed Chief Wealth Management Officer and Vanessa Borg being appointed Chief People and Change Officer.
Prior to joining BOV, Mr Halsor held the position of Chief Customer Experience Officer at Riyad Bank.
He enjoys over 20 years of experience in leading marketing teams in designing and implementing digital products, services, and campaigns that underpin business strategy, enhance customer experience, and drive profitability.
Peter Halsor / LinkedIn
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