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Seasoned advisory services professional Mark Curmi on Friday announced that he has been promoted to CEO of yet-to-be-launched fintech provider Trumia.

Trumia is an e-money and payment services company that aims to provide its clients with “customer-centric and innovative financial services” including consumer wallets and corporate accounts. It is licenced and regulated to operate in the EU and the European Economic Area, having a registered address at the Quad Central in Birkirkara.

Mr Curmi first joined the company last May as Chief Strategy Officer (CSO), a position he held up until his new role.

In addition to his position at Trumia, Mr Curmi sits as a Board Advisor to a number of local and international companies, particularly advising on matters related to business performance, governance, risk, regulation, and innovation. He is also a Board Member of the Financial Institutions Malta Association.

Throughout his career, Mr Curmi has gained various years of experience in the banking, payment services, fintech and paytech sectors, both locally and internationally. These include over six years at KPMG Malta, serving in a number of Director-level positions, as well as over two years as Chief Risk Officer at Andaria Financial Services. He also spent nine years working for global institution HSBC in Malta, Spain, and the United Kingdom.

Mr Curmi holds a Bachelor of Commerce in Banking and Management from University of Malta.

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New Trumia CEO Mark Curmi / LinkedIn

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