Malita Investments

Melanie Mizzi will resign from her role as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) at Malita Investments plc later this year, the company announced on Wednesday.

Malita Investments thanked Ms Mizzi for her “service and commitment” to the company over her time there.

Melanie Mizzi / LinkedIn
Outgoing Malita Investments CFO Melanie Mizzi / LinkedIn

She first joined the company in 2017 as Accounts Manager, and was then promoted to CFO at the start of 2021, succeeding Jennifer Falzon, who was appointed CEO.

Malita Investments added that the process to find a successor for Ms Mizzi has started and it will communicate to the market in due course.

Prior to her time at the company, Ms Mizzi served as Financial Analyst at the Malta Financial Services Authority, and was also Senior Financial Reporting Officer at HSBC.

Malita Investments is an investment holding company that is primarily concerned with the acquisition, development and management of immovable property, leveraging of revenue streams arising therefrom, and the reinvestment of undistributed profits in national and strategic real estate projects and commercial property opportunities. Some of the projects the company has developed include the Maltese Parliament, the Valletta City Gate and the Open-Air Theatre, among others.

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Maltese Parliament, one of Malita Investments' projects / Malita Investments


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