Bank of Valletta (BOV) announced the appointment of Danielle Grima as its Chief Risk Officer (CRO), and that regulatory approval has been obtained.

As CRO, Ms Grima will be responsible to lead all risk management functions including financial, product, operational, and enterprise risk.

By balancing risk management and business innovation, the bank says it “will continue to deliver the best outcomes for its various stakeholders”.

Danielle Grima / BOV Photo

Ms Grima started her career at the Central Bank of Malta in 2003 as part of the Financial Stability Department, with responsibility for data aggregation and analyses of data received from credit and financial institutions.

She joined BOV in 2011 and occupied the role of Head of Enterprise Risk Management Unit, responsible for the oversight of a wide range of risks. She was also Head of Supervisory Coordination Unit, responsible to establish and maintain a strong relationship with the JST, and to manage and coordinate Bank-wide projects and assignments.

Ms Grima has been occupying the role of Chief Risk Officer in an acting capacity since April 2023. She holds a Degree in Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) in Banking and Finance from the University of Malta.


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