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Karl Micallef on Saturday shared that he has been named Head of Business Development – Investment Services at Sparkasse Bank Malta plc.

Mr Micallef is vastly experienced within the investment space, having previously worked at Curmi & Partners for over two decades. He had first joined as Junior Equity Analyst, before gradually making his way up the corporate ladder to serve as Head of Investment Management, and most recently, Chief Investment Officer (CIO). As CIO, he was involved in both capital markets and investment management at the firm.

Aside from announcing his new role at Sparkasse Bank Malta, he also took the opportunity while “transition between the old and the new” to share that he has obtained his Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) certificate in ESG Investing.

“Exciting times ahead with Sparkasse Bank Malta, which has all the ingredients in place to make this new journey a successful one,” he continued.

Founded in 2000, Sparkasse Bank is a company registered in Malta to carry out the business of banking, provide investment services and custody and depositary services, and is also authorised to act as a custodian of retirement schemes. The bank was set to be acquired by Merkanti Holding plc, yet the deal fell through due to “timing” and “changes in global interest rate policy”.

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