On Monday (today), Fenlex Group announced the appointment of Josef Pace as its new Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Chief Financial Officer.
His appointment at the group and its affiliates came into effect at the start of the year.
Sharing the news on LinkedIn, Fenlex stated that the new roles align with the group’s growth strategy.
Mr Pace is an ACCA graduate, a certified public accountant and holder of practising certificate in auditing.
He joined Fenlex in 2017 and was later appointed Financial Controller in 2018. Subsequently he took the position of Head of Client Accounting in 2018, a role he held until 2021 prior to his appointment as Director and Risk Officer in 2022.
“Mr Pace has played a key role since he joined the organisation, and this new appointment is a clear testament to his dedication and expertise. He shall now be focusing on his new roles and we would like to congratulate him on this well-deserved achievement,” Fenlex said.
Fenlex Group is associated with Fenech and Fenech Advocates, managing clients requiring legal advice and services in numerous areas of practice.
The firm has more than 30 lawyers specialising in civil and commercial law, mergers and acquisitions, international tax planning and corporate law, investment funds, financial services, company and trust law, intellectual property law, contract and business law, marine law, aviation law, ship registration and ship finance, project finance, gaming law, IT and telecommunications law among others.
Fenlex is also associated with F&F Marine Services Ltd a company that specialises in the provision of services related to the shipping industry, particularly the registration of vessels under the Maltese flag and the administration thereof.
Through this association, Fenlex offers its clients different services under one roof. Therefore any legal advice or services required as well as the establishment and implementation of the client strategy necessary are serviced by one team.
COO and CFO Josef Pace
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