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New managerial appointments at APS Bank

28/03/2018

 

New managerial appointments at APS Bank, (from left to right) James Flores, Astrid Lubin and Raymond Bugeja

 

APS Bank has continued strengthening its managerial complement with three recent new appointments.

James Flores is the new Manager of Attard branch, overall responsible for all services delivered from that station. He comes with 18 years of track record having gone up ‘through the ranks’ at APS Bank, in various branches as well as in the Commercial Business Unit. His longstanding on-the-job experience is backed with qualifications in banking, financial services and home loan financing.

Astrid Lubin has taken on the newly-created post of Manager Financial Institutions, responsible for relationships with banks, correspondents and financial intermediaries. Her experience in private and institutional banking was gained at names like Banque Martin Maurel, IPE Gestion, Banque Delubac & Cie, Credit Agricole and AGF Asset Management. Astrid has higher degrees from the University of Hartford, Connecticut and DePaul University, Chicago.

Raymond Bugeja recently joined as Manager Corporate Banking. He started with Mid-Med Bank in 1985, continuing with HSBC Malta in 1999, the same year when he graduated in financial services from the University of Manchester. His career progressed to positions of Relationship Banking Manager, responsible for portfolios of top tier clients including large business groups, state-owned entities and subsidiaries of international business conglomerates. “James, Astrid and Raymond between them bring a wealth of over 75 years’ experience which makes them ideal for their jobs. We wish them well in their journey”, said APS Bank’s CEO, Marcel Cassar.

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