Karen Dingli, Head of HR at financial services company Trident Trust Malta, took to social media to mark the company’s move into a new office.

Karen Dingli / LinkedIn

“Team celebrations being held today to mark our last day at the office we have called home for the past four years,” Ms Dingli wrote.

“Our fast-growing Trident Trust Malta team, which now numbers more than 70 staff [members], is moving to a new, larger, location to the aptly named Trident Park. Here’s to new beginnings and exciting times ahead,” she continued.

Ms Dingli was appointed Head of HR at the company last September, following a lengthy tenure as HR Manager at PwC Malta.

Before that, she served as Senior Human Resources Executive at CaterEssence Ltd and as Talent Management Executive at P5+.

Founded in 1978, Trident Trust is a leading independent corporate, fiduciary, and fund administrator, employing over 900 staff members across a global footprint that spans Africa, the Americas, Asia, the Caribbean, Europe, and the Middle East.

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