Maltese not ‘aggressive’ in restructuring assets in 2014


With interest rates low globally, some Maltese banks have sought to improve their financial return though re-balancing the structure of their assets, but not in an "aggressive" manner, according to the country's central bank.

The Central Bank of Malta's most recent financial stability report, published on September 3, indicated that despite core banks shifting some of their cash out of the central bank and into other credit institutions, they "maintained prudent practices and conservative

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