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Vilhena Funds SICAV plc has welcomed two new Members to its Board of Directors – Arthur (Maurice) Ripard and Karol Farrugia.

Arthur Ripard
Arthur Ripard / LinkedIn

This means that the company’s Board of Directors is now made up of the following Members: Guido Mizzi, Kenneth Farrugia, Romeo Cutajar, Anita Mangion, Arthur (Maurice) Ripard, and Karol Farrugia.

Mr Ripard is a Senior Executive with over 15 years of experience within financial services operations, whilst Mr Farrugia is the Owner of Rizzo, Farrugia & Co (Stockbrokers) Ltd.

Karol Farrugia
Karol Farrugia / rizzofarrugia.com

The two new Directors were voted in during the company’s 25th Annual General Meeting, held remotely on 1st September 2022.

The objective of Vilhena Funds SICAV plc, which is managed by BOV Asset Management Ltd, is to maximise the total level of return to investors and minimise the volatility of one’s portfolio, all whilst helping investors attain a desirable level of liquidity through investment – principally in Maltese Debt Securities and Maltese Equity Securities.

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