HSBC Bank Malta has announced the appointment of Malcolm Miller as a new Non-Executive Director on its Board of Directors, having already received regulatory approval for the appointment.

In a statement released on Wednesday (today), the bank touted Mr Miller as “a seasoned and motivated business leader with 50 years’ experience in start-ups and running businesses in Malta.”

Mr Miller, who serves as Executive Chairman of Miller Group, was described by the bank as “an established entrepreneur [who has] also set up and run businesses in six European territories.”

HSBC Bank Malta said his extensive experience “includes raising funding, building new teams, setting and measuring realistic objectives and using clear and simple benchmarks for motivating teams.”

It continued: “He is also an experienced board member, with a keen interest in understanding challenges faced by senior teams and contributing towards solutions that interface with the Board. His operational experience includes logistics, both within his own group of companies as well as third-party services, media, publishing, print, retail, e-commerce and vertical integration to consumer solutions.”

The appointment is effective from 8th March 2024.

Mr Miller is replacing Henri Mizzi, an Independent Arbitrator and Mediator who had spent 25 years as a Senior Partner at leading local commercial law firm Camilleri Preziosi.


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