The Mediterranean Bank Network - Corporate Social Responsibility


Our members are committed to play a leading and effective role in their country's sustainable development and demonstrate their responsibility and beliefs in the way business is done. MBN members support environmental matters, sports, education, art, culture and heritage issues as well as national and public activities.

Click on the below member links for further insight to each MBN members' core beliefs and practices.

Banco Sabadell [view information]
Bank of Jordan [view information]
Bank of Valletta [view information]
BPCE [view information]
Banque Centrale Populaires Maroc [view information]

Banco Popolare


Corporate social responsibility (CSR) was a fundamental element in the history of the banks - Banco Popolare di Verona e Novara and Banca Popolare Italiana, now merged as the Banco Popolare Group. The merger outlined further the bank's commitment to CSR.

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Bank of Jordan


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Bank of Valletta


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Banque Tuniso-Koweitienne


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Member banks
  • The Bank of Valletta Group is a leading financial services provider in Malta, providing retail banking, investment banking, private banking, fund management, bancassurance, stockbroking and trustee services.

  • Spain’s fourth largest private banking group, covering all areas of the financial business sector under a common denominator: professional performance and quality.

  • One of the leading banks in the Kingdom of Jordan. A bank that has distinctly adapted continuous development and improvement schemes in all of its activities.

  • BPCE Banques Populaires network has 8,500,000 clients and customers (including 3,900,000 members), more than 3,338 branches, and is part of the second largest French banking group – the BPCE Group.

  • With the largest network of banking, the Banque Populaire Group is the leading banking network in Morocco .By the end December 2012, its network was 1145 branches and over 1323 ATMs.