Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Bank In Malta Was Founded By A Jesuit

APS Bank was set up in 1910 as the Cassa di Risparmio dell’ Appostolato della Preghiera by a 
small group of people led by Jesuit Fr Michael Vella. Right from the start its main aim was to assist workers to save, and throughout its long history this objective has remained unchanged. 
Over time the bank kept itself up to date and attractive to the market without losing sight of the requirements and well being of the local community.
Link (here) 


Anonymous said...

How long had the bank been lost?

Joseph Fromm said...

Until the "ed" was found