Bank of Valletta serves Maltese customers and has about 100 ATMs and branches across the island nation and reprehensive offices in Libya, Italy, Belgium and Australia. They are the country’s largest and oldest bank. If you have a checking account with the Bank of Valletta you can send and receive funds, make deposits and withdrawals and track your balance on your mobile, online or at the ATMs.
HSBC Malta is part of a large international bank with about 65 branches across Malta. Their different types of accounts are determined by the size of your deposit and the banking services you require. The HSBC Advance Account comes with no monthly fees, free internet and phone banking, no minimum balance and an international debit card.
Sparkasse Bank Malta is also part of an international group based in Germany and their presence in Malta is not that wide spread. Sparkasse’s international operations make many businesses in Malta opt for this bank. With a Sparkasse account you can set standing orders, conduct online banking, have a debit card, multi-currency account and secure banking.