Certified Public Accountant and Auditor Paul Darmanin has been appointed to Bortex Group Finance’s Board of Directors with immediate effect.
Mr Darmanin was also made a Member of the company’s Audit Committee.
The newly appointed Director has a Fellowship with the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants (UK) and the Malta Institute of Accountants (MIA).
He began his professional career as an Auditor with Deloitte Malta back in 1988 and was admitted to its Board of Partners in 2001.
Mr Darmanin’s career has seen him act as Leader of the Malta Audit Practice and Business Processing Solutions Practice. He has also served on the Executive Board of Partners for a number of years.
He gained experience in servicing a number of clients operating mainly in the hospitality sector, retail sector, importation, wholesaling, and distribution sector, manufacturing sector, as well as financial services sector.
The Bortex Group Finance Director served large local family organisations as well as listed entities and government organisations.
Mr Darmanin also served on committees within the Malta Institute of Accountants and for many years was a lecturer in auditing and accounting for both a leading UK learning institution and the Malta Institute of Accountants.
Mr Darmanin retired from the Malta Deloitte firm in 2019 and became an authorised Corporate Service Provider in 2022.
Bortex Group Finance plc is a subsidiary of Bortex Group Holdings Co. Ltd and serves as the group’s financing arm.
Bortex Group Holdings Co. Ltd is also comprised of Bortex Clothing Industry Company Ltd, Roosendaal Trading Ltd, Roosendaal Hotels Ltd, and Shanal Ltd.
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