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Stunning photography gives Malta a new perspective

Banif Bank features staff photo competiton entries in a limited-edition notebook given toi clients

Paul Cocks
18 December 2016, 9:41am
For this year’s perpetual agenda, Banif Bank has featured a selection of entries from a staff photo competition held earlier in the year.

Each year the Bank produces a limited-edition undated notebook, to give out to clients visiting its branches at the beginning of the New Year.

As part of the competition, employees were invited to submit entries across three different categories – colour, street, and mobile.  The best entries were then shortlisted by a panel of judges and subsequently put to a staff vote.  

With around 130 photos submitted by 15 different participants, it is safe to say that employees were eager to take up the opportunity to showcase their artistic talents.  

The winners’ photos selected for this agenda are those which were best felt to represent the beauty of the Maltese Islands, from its idyllic meandering coastline to the eclectic mix of old and new in its urban areas.

“At Banif Bank, we believe that our success is driven by employee engagement and motivation,” said Karl Dingli, Head of Corporate Services at Banif Bank.

“The staff photo competition is just one of many initiatives organised by the Bank with the objective of fostering a workplace, which is satisfying, rewarding, and conducive to personal and professional development,” he said.

“And with such incredible entries submitted by our creative colleagues, we felt compelled to share them with our customers and give them the prominence they deserve in our yearly agenda.”

Paul Cocks joined MaltaToday after having spent years working in newspapers with The Times...
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