Enemalta, Malta’s leading energy services provider, appointed Jonathan Cardona as its new CEO, with effect from 11th October.

Mr Cardona is succeeding outgoing Enemalta CEO Jason Vella, who is assisting in this transition.

Jonathan Cardona

“I want to convey my appreciation for the trust being shown in me for this position,” the newly appointed CEO said.

“Together with the company board, the management, workers, and shareholders, I look forward to continue building on the good work carried out throughout the years, and to strengthen such a crucial corporation for the Maltese economy,” he continued.

Mr Cardona’s experience includes CEO positions at Agenzija Komunita Malta and at the Individual Investor Programme.

Enemalta went on to announce the appointment of Jonathan Scerri as Chairperson of its Board of Directors.

Jonathan Scerri

“I am honoured and eager to lead Enemalta’s board. The company feels like a second home, having worked here for a very long stretch in my career,” Ing Scerri said.

“There is a lot of work to be done and several targets to be met. I am convinced that the employees will be standing with us, giving their utmost to see the corporation moving forward,” he continued.

Enemalta wished Mr Cardona and Ing Scerri every success in their new roles.

Related

Desk / Unsplash

GVZH Advocates announces three senior leadership changes

12 July 2024
by Fabrizio Tabone

The appointments include Ann Bugeja as the firm’s first female Partner.

WhatsApp is the most popular messaging and voice call platform for local businesses, MCA survey finds

12 July 2024
by Anthea Cachia

52 per cent of businesses surveyed use WhatsApp for voice communication.

Employers’ Group President calls for greater action to tackle EU’s declining competitiveness

12 July 2024
by Fabrizio Tabone

Stefano Mallia's comments came as he was addressing Hungarian Minister of EU Affairs János Bóka ahead of Hungary’s presidency of ...

World Population Day: ILO says understanding population trends crucial to address employment challenges

11 July 2024
by Fabrizio Tabone

According to ILO data, Malta has the fifth highest rate of international migrants in its labour force.

Close Bitnami banner
Bitnami