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Ivan Martin Aug 9
In Malta, reports on gangster bank are lighting up the switch board at police HQ - yet no one has been questioned, let alone arrested.
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Ivan Martin Jan 27
'This is a huge mess' Billions of euros in suspicious transactions at .
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Irony_et.al Dec 18
“Weekly Updates” from Satabank’s website: Today is the 18th December.
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lizzie eldridge Sep 23
' gained its licence in 2014, at around the same time that the "ill-fated" obtained its licence.'
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Andre Delicata Jul 2
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L. F. Carvalho Aug 2
Sad story of this Brazilian student that lost her money on . That is why will be the number one choice for intl money transfer very soon. We all deserve to have full control over our own money.
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Ivan Martin Feb 10
Read: How diesel used to launder hundreds of millions of Euros.
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DeltaOne Aug 9
Replying to @IvanMartin89
This just not only apply to but the whole country. is a lawless jungle stuffed with entitled people who are insecure and uneducated! Its has become a but the “majority” seem to be happy!
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Jacques Crypteau Jan 8
See first hand experience from a business (restaurant) that had to close down because of and freezing funds. There is also an interview of an old man with his life savings at this bank who now has no money for food!
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sfg Aug 22
Replying to @Neworkom_
strong strong word of advice: maltese = scum of the earth. Pettycrook gang disguised as a government of a hopeless banana republic. please be very careful.
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Jacques Crypteau Jan 8
Our bank (account) got shut down, we're a start-up with tight funds! This happened in Malta, the 'Blockchain Island' where companies like keep their funds. We're thousands of business and individuals left with 0 updates. This is a bank approved by
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Corinne Vella 6 Dec 18
Replying to @TelevisionMalta
Why were & licensed in the first place?
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lizzie eldridge Oct 25
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Steven Mark Calascione 22h
Sadly, the failure of institutions can't be fixed by nor swept under the carpet by clever marketing. With >13% of GDP attributed to , expect economy to contract by 5-10% in real terms by 2025.
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Andre Delicata Jul 13
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Jennie Zeiner May 7
Replying to @EY_Malta
how to destroy : attractiveness = zero
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Satabank client Jul 10
Well done. It must be hard to keep growing while the base is crumbling. Mr Schembri, when will you address ? "it will take much more than a large fine to convince the EU that Malta's government and regulatory agencies are free from corruption"
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CorporateDispatch Jul 6
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Satabank client Jul 9
Well, Mr Schembri is also responsible for the disaster: NINE MONTHS after the bank has been closed there are still plenty of depositors without access to their funds. And it's not the first time this has happened, see Nemea Bank and Pilatus Bank. Investors, beware of MT
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KYC Hub Jul 8
Bank taken under control by MFSA has been fined €3 million by the FIAU regulatory breaches.
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