Leading local corporate service provider CSB Group is celebrating 14 years since Operations and Finance Director Jean-Claude Cardona joined the company.
Established in 1987, CSB Group offers an array of business solutions and commercial services to both corporate and private clients looking to set-up or relocate to the Maltese islands.
The group’s long list of services includes accounting, payroll, tax administration, recruitment, IT auditing and assurance, and employment advisory, amongst other things.
“Everyone at CSB Group would like to thank Jean-Claude for his constant support and dedication towards ensuring the smooth running of the group’s operations,” the company wrote.
“His leadership skills and meticulousness have played an important role into positioning the group as a leading service provider and motivates us to always aim for success,” it continued.
Mr Cardona joined CSB Group in August 2008 as Group Chief Financial Officer (CFO) before being appointed Operations and Finance Director in 2018. As one of the group’s Directors, Mr Cardona is responsible for overseeing the operations of all corporate services as well as the overall management of CSB Group’s accounting and treasury functions.
The Director holds an Honours Degree from the University of Malta and is also a qualified Chartered Management Accountant, having completed his studies with the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (UK) in 2011.
CSB Group comprises a variety of brands touching upon an array of industries, such as flexible workspace solution provider Regus, estate agency Malta Sotheby’s International Realty, and recruitment business VacancyCentre.
Jean-Claude Cardona / LinkedIn
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