Karen Coppini has resigned from her position as Company Secretary at Von der Heyden Group Finance plc, the company announced on Friday.
Dr Coppini held the position for more than three years, and has now been replaced by Nicholas Formosa, who in 2021 was appointed Company Secretary for a number of the wider group’s local subsidiaries.
She will remain a Non-Executive Director of the company, having been entrusted with the role since last July.
Dr Coppini holds a Doctor of Laws (LL.D.) degree from University of Malta and was admitted to the Bar in 2011. Later, She read for a Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree in Computer & Communications Law from Queen Mary, University of London.
She runs her own legal practice, where she advises clients on corporate and commercial legal matters. Additionally, she is authorised by the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) to act as a Corporate Services Provider (CSP) for directorship and company secretarial positions.
Dr Formosa read for a Doctor of Laws (LL.D.) degree from University of Malta and was admitted to the Bar in 2014. Since then, he has practiced as an independent legal practitioner. Over the last five years, he has held no directorships in other listed companies or issuers.
Founded in Germany in 1989 as a private investment and real estate firm, Von der Heyden Group employs over 200 people with subsidiaries, offices and representations in Germany, Poland, Spain, Italy, Montenegro, Portugal, as well as Malta, where its headquarters are located. Von der Heyden Group Finance is the group’s finance company, incorporated to provide its subsidiaries and associates with funding for project developments, strategic expansions and sustainable investments.
Former Von der Heyden Group Finance Company Secretary Karen Coppini / LinkedIn
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