Simon Vaughan Johnson

HSBC Malta CEO Simon Vaughan-Johnson has congratulated the bank’s staff volunteers for their “commitment” after it was presented with the National Corporate Voluntary Organisations Award.

The award was one of the prestigious prizes granted by the Malta Council for the Voluntary Sector during the National Volunteer Awards for 2022, held earlier this month. The awards, which have been held since 2011 under the patronage of President of Malta George Vella, aim to recognise the work of people who are making a positive contribution to society and are an inspiration to others.

This year’s edition included five awards, which are the National Award for Volunteering, Youth Volunteer Award, Voluntary Organisation Award, National Corporate Voluntary Organisations Award, along with a new one titled the Victor Calvagna award for Children-in-Volunteering. The ceremony was held in the presence of President Vella, Minister of Inclusion, Voluntary Organisations and Consumer Affairs Julia Farrugia Portelli, Malta Council for the Voluntary Sector Chairperson Noel Camilleri and CEO Mauro Pace Parascandalo, as well as Voluntary Commissioner Jesmond Saliba.

HSBC Malta Manager Corporate Social Responsibility Glenn Bugeja (right) receiving the award on behalf of the bank / HSBC Malta
HSBC Malta Manager Corporate Social Responsibility Glenn Bugeja (right) receiving the award on behalf of the bank / HSBC Malta

After receiving the prize, Mr Vaughan-Johnson, who is also HSBC Malta Foundation Chairman, said that HSBC Malta is “committed to supporting the community that we serve through multiple volunteering activities”.

“This award was made possible thanks to the direct involvement and commitment of our staff and all the work being carried out by the HSBC Malta Foundation,” he added.

“The National Corporate Voluntary Organisations Award belongs to every single one of our HSBC staff volunteers who have once again distinguished themselves in service to our community,” Mr Vaughan-Johnson concluded.

HSBC is a financial services organisation that has a network covering 63 countries and territories, serving more than 40 million customers. It has been operating in Malta since 1999 through HSBC Bank Malta plc, offering services related to commercial banking, wealth and personal banking, and global markets. Through a number of specialised subsidiary companies, it is also active in the areas of life assurance and fund management.

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