Michael Zammit CSB Group

Malta-based corporate services provider CSB Group on Friday celebrated the 32-year journey of CEO Michael J. Zammit.

Mr Zammit joined the company as a part-time team member in 1991, around five years after it was founded by his father and present Chairman, Tony Zammit.

CSB Group described him as an individual who has “always shown dedication towards delivering top-notch services and towards nurturing a strong team of professionals that value the group’s ideals”.

As CEO, he has continued to lead with “passion and vision”, building on the company’s reputation.

Commenting on the achievement, Mr Zammit said: “This has been a journey filled with persistence, passion, professionalism, belief and honesty.”

He proceeded to express gratitude to his father for establishing the company, together with the team for its “commitment to excellence”.

CSB Group was originally established in 1987, being involved in recruitment and debt collection services. Over the past two decades it has evolved into a leading corporate services provider, expanding its global footprint which includes a number of international partners and associates, all leaders within their respective field of expertise.

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