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Jean Paul Debono is succeeding Mark Bamber as Non-Executive Director at Stivala Group Finance, with effect from 21st April 2022.

Mr Bamber tendered his resignation from the office of Non-Executive Director, Legal and Judicial Representative of the Company, and from being a Member of the Audit Committee on that same day.

Stivala Group Finance thanked Mr Bamber for his service and contribution to the company.

A Certified Public Accountant and Practicing Auditor, Mr Debono has also been appointed as a Member of Stivala Group Finance’s Audit Committee.

The Non-Executive Director is specialised in accounting, taxation, and financial reporting and has extensive experience in servicing local and international clients across a wide range of industry sectors.

“Mr Debono has an all-round grasp and knowledge of commercial affairs in Malta and is routinely involved in effective business decision-making, advising on corporate structure, corporate finance, and on the preparation of business plans,” the company said.

Before founding Debono & Associates, a multi-disciplinary firm offering audit, accounting, tax, and advisory services, Mr Debono worked with various medium-sized firms servicing both domestic and international clients.

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