HSBC Bank Malta has reaffirmed its commitment to supporting Maltese businesses’ expansion into international markets through a new three-year agreement with TradeMalta.
The first agreement signed between HSBC Malta and TradeMalta was back in 2016.
TradeMalta was established in 2015 as public-private partnership between the Government of Malta, currently under the remit of the Ministry for Foreign and European Affairs and Trade, and the Malta Chamber, Enterprise and Industry. It offers a wide range of services to support local businesses in their journey to reach international markets.
Services include training programmes in business development & marketing, and it also provides incentive schemes to accelerate internationalisation efforts. Thus far TradeMalta has supported over a dozen local businesses expand their operations, including Farsons, RS2 and Anchovy among others.
As one of the world’s largest financial institutions, HSBC is well-established in key geographies and operates across a large number of the world’s most important trade corridors. Its global network serves customers worldwide from thousands of offices in over 60 countries and territories in Europe, Asia, North and Latin America, the Middle East and North Africa.
Featured Image: Signing of agreement between HSBC Bank Malta and TradeMalta / Photo by HSBC Commercial Banking
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