BNF Bank launches Pink October and Movember initiatives during second Town Hall meeting
Following the resounding success of the first Town Hall meeting held in the second quarter of the year, BNF Bank organised its second Town Hall, with the intention of engaging the team and keeping internal communication channels firmly open.
The Bank’s second Town Hall served to share an operational update with all staff, and to further strengthen the already purpose-driven and empowered organisation by keeping all employees up-to-date with projects. The Executive Committee also reported results, put forward the Bank’s plans for the months ahead on its digital transformation and ESG journey, as well promoting a positive organisational culture.
BNF Bank CEO David Power said “these meetings give management the opportunity to take on direct and challenging questions and open a space for dialogue, feedback, ideas and exchange. Employees are in this way empowered to make faster and better decisions in line with the Bank’s values and priorities” He continued that “the culture we build has a tangible impact on our business, our customers, and the community we serve. This investment in a skilled and diverse workforce, coupled with our hefty investment in technology will shape the future of banking in Malta.”
BNF’s second Town Hall meeting served as a platform to launch the organisation’s Pink October and Movember campaign among staff, promoting fitness and healthy living. With the distribution of a fitness token, BNF staff are encouraged to take the first step towards keeping fit. Donations through the staff-led YourCause initiative are being collected through the months of October and November to support the services offered by Karl Vella Foundation. As per annual tradition and part of this drive, male and female employees within the risk age brackets were offered free mammogram and prostate screening to encourage testing. Staff will also be able to participate in a nutrition and healthy eating seminar.