David Curmi

On Thursday (today), David Curmi announced that he has stepped down from his role as CEO at Curmi & Partners and handed over the role to the company’s first non-family CEO, Cristina Casingena.

Now, he will be serving as the company’s Chief Officer – Business Development and Client Relationship.

“This will allow me to concentrate on our most important asset, our clients. Exciting times ahead for us at Curmi & Partners, as we enter the next phase of the company’s life,” he stated.

Mr Curmi stepped into the industry in 1989 when he started working within investment management at HSBC London. Subsequent to his return to Malta in 1995 he joined Curmi & Partners.

During his tenure as CEO, he sat on a number of investment committees of regulated entities. Additionally, he was also involved with international family offices in an investment advisory role.

Curmi & Partners CEO Cristina Casingena

Following the announcement, Mr Curmi sent Ms Casingena well wishes for the future while looking forward to the journey ahead.

Ms Casingena has garnered years of experience in leadership positions. Most recently in her career, she served as Chief Investment Officer with HSBC Life Assurance (Malta), CEO at LifeStar Insurance as well as being the Founder and CEO of Numinara Ltd.

Curmi & Partners started operating in 1978 by providing investment solutions. At the time, the company was named Inter Finance Ltd. Mr Curmi’s father, Neville Curmi, had been at the helm of the company since its start and in 1989 he was appointed to the Council for the Malta Stock Exchange as one of the chief advisors.

Following the change to Curmi & Partners in 2002, Non-family members Karl and Vincent Micallef were appointed to its board. Eventually, the company also had its first non-executive on the board, Joseph Zahra.

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Former CEO David Curmi


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