Claudio Bondin

Bay Street Group, whose varied business portfolio branches into high-end retail, bespoke hospitality, and food and beverage, on Friday welcomed Claudio Bondin to its leadership team as Chief Financial Officer.

Mr Bondin brings extensive value and broad experience to the team by providing strategic insight that will drive business performance and work towards achieving key objectives.

“2022 was a remarkable year in terms of regrowth. The fact we have seen significant increases across the board, including over three million visitors at Bay Street Complex, makes us very delighted to have someone like Mr Bondin on our team to sustain and further fuel this growth,” Bay Street Group CEO Albert Galea said.

“His past accomplishments are testament to his aptitude, and we will be looking forward to his valuable contribution,” he added.

“The atmosphere at Bay Street Group is characterised by a purposeful attitude and a strong belief in the collective vision shared by everyone of what and how the strategic objectives will be achieved,” Mr Bondin explained.

“This energetic drive is something that resonates strongly with me, and I find myself eager to actively contribute to the next chapter in the success story of the group,” he concluded.

Holding a Master in Business Administration degree from University of Leicester and a Bachelor in Accountancy degree from University of Malta, he follows a distinguished career, focused on leisure and hospitality businesses of local and international industry-leading organisations.   

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