Graziella Grech

On Monday (today), FinanceMalta announced the appointment of Graziella Grech as its new Chief Operations Officer (COO).

Ms Grech brings with her “a wealth of experience” in the financial services industry. Ms Grech worked at HSBC for more than 25 years and held various roles, including as Branch Manager.

FinanceMalta stated that her “leadership skills and dedication to excellence make her the perfect fit” to guide the organisation to “new heights”.

Also announcing her new role on LinkedIn, she explained that apart from heading the organisation’s operations, she will present FinanceMalta, its members, and the Maltese financial services sector to potential investors.

In addition, she will also “actively promote” Malta as an international financial services centre and strengthen the relationships with the members, which will also lead to enhanced collaboration “to add value and succeed together.”

She commented that she looks forward to assisting FinanceMalta Chairman George Vella, while also working closely with the Board of Governors and the organisation’s dedicated team to achieve its objectives.

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