Experienced Business Leader Archie Bethel CBE has been appointed Chairman at Marsa-based group Hili Ventures.
Mr Bethel succeeds former Chairman Steve Tarr, who retired from said position on 31st March following a seven-year term.
Hili Ventures noted that, as Chairman, Mr Bethel will apply his broad experience in transforming and growing international businesses in a range of industry sectors to lead the Board and set its agendas. He will also guide Directors to ensure optimal decision-making outcome aligned with the group’s valued and core strengths.
“I am honoured to be joining the Hili Ventures group at this exciting stage of its development. I look forward to working with [CEO] Melo [Hili] and the Board to deliver our ambitious growth plans,” Mr Bethel said.
The newly appointed Chairman joins Hili Ventures after almost 20 years with Babcock International Group, where he served as CEO. Mr Bethel continues to hold several Non-Executive and Independent Director roles in both the private and public sectors.
“The shareholders are delighted that Archie has accepted to chair the Hili Ventures group,” Mr Hili said.
“His appointment comes at a critical moment for the business as it looks to upscale its international presence and expansion in key areas. We are confident Archie’s leadership and experience will inspire us to reach major objectives as we navigate the ever-changing world order,” he continued.
Effective 1st April, the Hili Ventures Board is composed of Archie Bethel (Chairman), Melo Hili, Annabel Hili, Victor Tedesco, and Jesmond Mizzi.
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