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Central Business Centres (CBC) has appointed Adriana Cutajar as Non-Executive Director of the company – a third-generation family member of Cortis Group, which was established locally in 1948 as a joinery business.

For the past ten years, Ms Cutajar has worked at the University of Malta and is currently a manager at the Project Support Office, responsible for externally funded projects. She has been an active member of the Youth Family Council (YFC) for eight years, holding the position of Chairperson for two of these.

Ms Cutajar will replace Chev. Raymond Cortis, who has retired.

CBC plc, a sister company of Cortis Group, was established as a property development company with a number of business centres in its portfolio, including one each in Zebbug, Gudja and St Julian’s, as well as Villa Fieres, also in St Julian’s.

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