Luke Calleja

AgriHoldings plc has announced the appointment of Luke Calleja as the company’s new Chief Financial Officer (CFO).

He will be replacing Paul Grech. The company thanked Mr Grech for his services and contribution, and announced that his resignation does not have any regulatory implications.

Mr Calleja joined the finance sector back in 2007 as an intern at HSBC Investments. After that, he spent two years working as Advisor at KPMG Malta, and a further year and a half as Finance Manager at Mediterranean Bank.

The new CFO at AgriHoldings also spent over six years working at FCM Bank Limited, and held his first CFO role there between 2016 and 2018. Following this experience, Mr Calleja went on to work at Payscout where he occupied the role of Finance Director for just over a year.

He also has experience at Jade Eli Technologies as Group Finance Director and, at St Julian’s Maritime Finance as Non Executive Director. Mr Calleja also held the role of Head of Finance at C2D Payment Solutions Ltd.

He completed a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) in Banking and Finance from the University of Malta, the ACCA qualification, as well as a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Illinois.

Located at SkyParks Business Centre at the Malta International Airport, AgriHoldings plc carries on the business of a finance and holding company for AgriBank. Established in 2012, AgriBank offers lending facilities, fixed deposit accounts, current account services and flexible internet banking facilities.

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