John Huber on Friday (today) announced he is taking up a new position as Chairman at EquestriMalta.
EquestriMalta is a local regulatory authority tasked with overseeing and supporting all equine sports, including horse racing, polo, dressage, and show jumping, among other emerging disciplines. The authority’s remit is to defend the integrity and prestige of horse racing and equestrian sport in general and to exercise regulatory functions.
These functions are focused mainly on the promotion of equine sports, improvement of training and competitive facilities, education and training, international opportunities for our athletes, the wellbeing of the horses, raising the bar in the quality and infrastructure of the sport, anti-doping, international visibility, better conditions for all the equestrian enthusiasts and much more.
Prior to being appointed Chairman at EquestriMalta, Mr Huber also served as Chairman of the Board of Directors at Yachting Malta Ltd for over four years before stepping down last July.
Currently he is also Chairman of The Malta Community Chest Fund Foundation and Managing Consultant – Director at John Huber and associates, a tax advisory and consulting firm.
Previously, Mr Huber served as Vice President and President at Malta Business Bureau, Governor at Finance Malta and also Associate Director at KPMG among other prestigious posts he has held throughout his career.
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