David Power was appointed CEO of BNF Bank p.l.c. in January 2023.
"Through communication and trust, I will continue to steer the Bank on its growth journey, backed by a diligent and ambitious team," he tells WhosWho.mt.
"At BNF Bank we strive to make a positive difference in our communities, offering our personal and business clients highly personalised products and services, through a network of 12 retail branches spread across the Maltese Islands, as well as an international presence through its branch in London."
David started his career at Standard Bank of South Africa, where he spent 17 years holding several senior positions including Head of Priority Banking and the Offshore Banking Group. He then served as Divisional Director for Private Banking at Nedbank, South Africa, moving to Kuwait as the Deputy General Manager of Gulf Bank.
He also held the positions of Group Chief Retail and Private Banking Officer for the National Bank of Oman and Head of Retail Banking for Commercial Bank International, Dubai. Mr Power was the Group Chief Retail and Private Banking Officer of Kuwait Finance House, Kuwait and, later, Chief Executive Officer of Kuwait Finance House, Malaysia.
“I have worked in multiple jurisdictions, including South Africa, the Middle East, South East Asia and the UK, holding several executive positions with responsibility for a wide variety of functions including retail, commercial, small business, private banking, wealth management and offshore banking,” he explains.
A graduate of the University of Cape Town, South Africa, he holds several post graduate diplomas. He has a CPIF (Chartered Professional in Islamic Finance) from CIFF Malaysia, an MDP from Ashridge, UK, a PIM from Henley, UK and an OWP from IMD Switzerland.
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