Matthew Marshall and Neil Psaila have been appointed Non-Executive Directors at Trident Estates plc following a shake-up to its Board of Directors, the company announced on Friday.
The appointments come after Marquis Marcus John Scicluna Marshall resigned from his role with effect on the same day as the announcement, together with Vincent Curmi’s tragic passing last month. Trident Estates expressed gratitude to the pair for their contribution to the company over the years.
Mr Marshall is the Deputy CEO of the Estate of Marquis Scicluna, while Mr Psaila is a certified chartered accountant and CEO of both Tabria Property and Hospitality Management, as well as Palazzo Parisio.
Last November, Mr Marshall and Mr Psaila were also named as Non-Executive Directors at Simonds Farsons Cisk plc, following the resignations of Marquis Scicluna Marshall and Baroness Justine Pergola. It is the holding company and manufacturing arm of Farsons Group, which also includes Farsons Beverage Imports Company Limited, Food Chain Limited, Quintano Foods Limited and EcoPure Limited.
Trident Estates added that Mr Psaila will also join its Audit Committee, replacing the late Mr Curmi.
The Audit Committee is now made up of Roderick Chalmers as Chairperson, together with Charles Borg, Alberto Miceli Farrugia, and Mr Psaila.
Trident Estates is a property investment company that owns, directly or indirectly through subsidiary companies, manages, acquires, develops and re-develops property for rental and investment purposes. Projects the company has been entrusted with include the Trident Park Project and Trident House.
Matthew Marshall (left) and Neil Psaila (right) / Farsons Group
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