Alec Mizzi - Photo by Rene Rossignaud

Alf. Mizzi & Sons Marketing (AMSM) Group announced that Alec A. Mizzi is stepping down from his role as CEO to move onto the position of Executive Chairman.

Mr Mizzi’s new position will see him continue to be involved with the company at a strategic level whilst allowing him to increase his focus on his other role as Alf. Mizzi & Sons Group Chairman and CEO.

The outgoing CEO had spent around 40 years at the helm of the AMSM Group – the distribution organization of fast-moving consumer goods to the grocery and food service sectors.

“I consider it important that I move on, as part of our rejuvenation process,” Mr Mizzi said.

“I’m proud of what we have achieved over the past four decades, taking us into the pre-eminent role of leading distributors in the FMCG sector, by a long shot, with an incredible range of brands and now with a presence in Cyprus too,” he continued.

Incoming CEO Steve Apap Bologna (left) with outgoing CEO Alec A. Mizzi (right)

Mr Mizzi’s position will now be taken up by Steve Apap Bologna.

The new CEO had joined AMSM Group as Sales and Brand Manager back in 1992, was promoted to Senior Sales Manager in 2001, and became Chief Officer in 2006.

“I am honoured to have been appointed CEO and Board Director,” Mr Apap Bologna commented. “I will strive to retain the same high standards of professionalism, business ethics, and ambition. It will be business as usual,” he concluded.

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