Elmo Insurance has appointed Malcolm Pace Debono as Chief Officer of People & Strategy.
The insurance company said the appointment was in line with its strategy of ensuring employee experience, customer excellence and sustainability were given top priority in its vision to constantly maintain high standards.
Elmo noted Mr Pace Debono’s wealth of experience, accumulated over a career spanning 28 years. After graduating in Sciences from the University of Malta, he started his career in a production managerial post. He subsequently worked in the investment banking sector for 11 years as a management consultant, advising Tier 1 banks in London, Paris and Frankfurt.
Upon his return to operating in Malta in 2010, he teamed up with a law firm to set up P5+ Management, a business advisory operation in which he occupied the role of Managing Director. This business was subsequently acquired by KPMG Malta in January 2017. Consequently, Malcolm occupied the role of Director within KPMG’s Management Consulting division. As of 2018, he was further tasked with the responsibility of leading the Management Consulting practice for KPMG Islands Group, consisting of around 80 professionals working across 8 island states, achieving more than 35 per cent of growth year-on-year.
Most of Mr Pace Debono’s consultancy work has revolved around organisational performance, strategic transformation, workforce analytics, talent management, employee and customer experience, change management, and project management. He has worked with a variety of clients operating in the public sector, banking, financial services, insurance, retail, manufacturing, FMCG and real estate.
“Malcolm now brings his accumulated academic and professional experience at the service of Elmo’s employees, customers, shareholders and key stakeholders, this in order to contribute to the further development and success of such a highly reputable company,” the company said.
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