Long-standing Fexserv Fund Services Ltd employee Kevin Psaila has been promoted to General Manager of the company.

Kevin Psaila / Fexserv Fund Services

Founded in 2008, the Lija-based company employs a knowledgeable team of accountants and other professionals set on providing clients with trouble-free fund administration.

Mr Psaila had joined Fexserv Fund Services as a Senior Fund Accountant back in October 2015. After just under three years in said role, he was promoted to Operations Manager – a position which he held up until his latest promotion.

Prior to joining the company, Mr Psaila served as a Senior Accountant at Abacus and as Assistant Manager at PwC Malta.

Long-standing Fexserv Fund Services employee Jasmine-Chanel Fenech Mula will be succeeding Mr Psaila as Operations Manager.

“[Ms Fenech Mula] holds a Financial Services Degree from MCAST. She joined Fexserv in 2017 and has progressed within the company, undertaking various challenges within the fund accounting team,” the company wrote.

“We’re excited as we continue to deliver on our promise to provide ongoing development opportunities within the group. It’s great to have such dedicated and capable individuals like Jasmine developing and growing their career path with us,” it continued.

Fexserv Fund Services is part of the Fexserv Group of Companies which, in turn, falls under local conglomerate Alpine Group.

“We continue our drive to elevate the management team supporting our Managing Director, Anabel Mifsud, who will be focusing on further growth of the fund and financial services arm within the group,” the company concluded.

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