Jean Noel Cutajar has been promoted to Chief Legal Officer (CLO) at Gzira-based BNF Bank – a year-and-a-half after first joining the bank.
Throughout his career, Dr Cutajar has occupied the position of Company Secretary in various businesses and institutions, such as APCOPAY, Apco Limited, and PTL Limited. His previous experiences also include Advocate at Central Bank of Malta, and Senior Legal Counsel at HSBC Bank Malta and Hili Ventures Limited.
Since October 2018, Dr Cutajar has been serving as a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Malta.
“I’m delighted to have been appointed Chief Legal Officer on the Bank’s Executive Committee,” the newly appointed CLO said.
“Whilst I thank the Board of Directors and management at BNF Bank for the trust they have shown in me, I look forward to putting my expertise, experience, and insights to good use, in order to keep strengthening the bank’s corporate governance and oversight of legal affairs in the context of a dynamic sector,” he continued.
Dr Cutajar joined BNF Bank as Head of Legal Department and Company Secretary back in January 2021.
As part of BNF Bank’s Executive Committee, Dr Cutajar joins CEO and Managing Director Michael A. Collis, Chief Commercial Officer George Debono, Chief Risk Officer Maruska Buttigieg Gili, and Mark Micallef, Chief Financial Officer.
BNF Bank is one of Malta’s systemic banks and a key player in the country’s financial services industry.
Offering a wide portfolio of products for both personal and business clients, the Bank operates twelve branches across Malta and Gozo, a Corporate and Business Banking Centre and a trading room. BNF has been awarded several accolades, in recognition of the customer-centric strategy and consistently strong performance.
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