Volksbank Malta has chosen the TAS Group to provide the bank with SWIFTNet connectivity and support services through its SWIFT Service Bureau. TAS will provide Volksbank Malta with a resilient and secure connection to SWIFTNet operated by SWIFT- certified technicians that will enable the bank to make substantial infrastructure and operational cost savings.
“After carefully evaluating costs and benefits, we selected the TAS SWIFT Service Bureau because of our profitable long-term relationship that we established in 2003 for the initial set-up of our SWIFTNet infrastructure,” said Herbert Skok, managing director of Volksbank Malta. “The Service Bureau option delivers an effective competitive advantage in terms of business continuity, levels of service and operational costs. It gives us the assurance of SWIFT-certified experts and offers the full range of SWIFT products and services.”
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