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The Malta Business Bureau announces new President

The Malta Business Bureau announces new President

Mr Spiteri is an entrepreneur and is involved in Tourism, Insurance, local and international Real Estate, and Financial and Management Consultancy.

Throughout his career he has worked in senior management roles, predominantly in the financial services sector, for established firms such as KPMG, Cutrico Services Group, Investment Finance Bank Limited, APS Bank, Malta External Trade Corporation and GasanMamo Insurance Limited.

Mr Spiteri is a Certified Public Accountant, a Fellow of the Malta Institute of Accountants and also a Member of the Malta Institute of Management. For many years, he served on various committees, including as elected Council Member and Honorary Treasurer, at the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry, and currently represents the Malta Chamber as board member of the Malta Community Chest Fund and the Malta Trade Fairs Corporation.

On his appointment as new MBB President Mr Spiteri commented: “I am pleased to have been given this opportunity to contribute towards the local business community. In the last few years the MBB has established itself as a key stakeholder on EU-business affairs. I look forward to help the Bureau sustain its growth particularly by strengthening its EU lobbying efforts and continue implementing EU Funded Projects for the benefit of businesses.”

The MBB thanks Mr George Vella who was at the helm of the organisation for the past two years, for his dedication and commitment to see the Bureau develop and increase its services to the Maltese private sector. Mr Vella will still be involved as a member of the Board of Directors.
Furthermore, the MBB thanks long serving Directors Mr Anton Borg and Mr George Micallef, who have relinquished their post, for their support and input over the years. They will be replaced by new Vice President Mr Anthony Zahra and Dr John Vassallo. Mr Charles Brincat and Mr Charles Zahra have both been re-elected for another term.

The Malta Business Bureau is the EU-business advisory office for the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry, and the Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association.

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