Maria Formosa Bonello / Mamo TCV

Maria Formosa Bonello on Friday was appointed Company Secretary at Tigné Mall plc, with effect from the start of this month.

As a result, she takes over from Daniela Fenech, who resigned from the position. The company thanked Ms Fenech for her “outstanding service and commitment” throughout the years, having first been appointed in the role at the start of 2019.

Daniela Fenech / LinkedIn
Former Tigné Mall plc Company Secretary Daniela Fenech / LinkedIn

Ms Fenech has also worked as Financial Controller at the firm for more than 13 years.

Dr Formosa Bonello, who is experienced in law, is also a Senior Associate within the Corporate and Capital Markets practice at Mamo TCV Advocates, a legal firm she has worked at for over 16 years.

She is described as being particularly skilled in commercial litigation and corporate law, among other things.

Additionally, Tigné Mall also announced that following the Annual General Meeting held last month, the Board of Directors is now composed of Joseph Zammit Tabona as Chairman, as well as Marzena Formosa, Albert J. Frendo, Etienne Sciberras and Suzanne Stafrace. The Audit Committee is now made up of Mr Sciberras as Chairman, Ms Formosa and Ms Stafrace.

Tigné Mall is the company behind The Point Shopping Mall in Sliema which opened back in 2010, offering a wide array of retail brands to customers.

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New Tigné Mall Company Secretary Maria Formosa Bonello / Mamo TCV Advocates


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