Dina Quraishi

MeDirect Bank (Malta) plc and MDB Group Limited have entered into an agreement with Dina Quraishi to become Non-Executive Director of both companies, subject to and effective upon regulatory approval of the appointments.

Ms Quraishi, who has almost 30 years’ experience in the areas of risk, enterprise resilience, IT and cyber matters, will also serve as Chair of the Board Risk Committee and will be a member of the Board Audit Committee.

Throughout her career, Ms Quraishi gained extensive experience in the areas of payments, engineering, insurance, reinsurance, consulting, and general financial services. She is currently providing consulting services in the areas of governance, resilience, cyber and strategic risk management, and internal controls.

Between 2015 and 2020, Ms Quraishi was Chief Risk Officer at SWIFT, based in Belgium, and prior to that, she served the role of Global Head of Enterprise Risk Management at Sandvik in Stockholm. Before joining Sandvik, Ms Quraishi held a variety of risk and project management positions at Zurich Insurance and Swiss Re in Zurich.

Ms Quraishi holds an EMBA from Simon School, University of Rochester NY/University of Bern, Switzerland, and an MSc in Computer Science from University College London.

Headquartered in Malta, MeDirect Bank was founded in 2004 and it is Malta’s third largest banking group in terms of total assets.

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