Rudolph Mifsud Saydon / 1923

Harvest Technology plc on Friday announced that Rudolph Mifsud Saydon has been appointed Chief Financial Officer (CFO), with effect on the same day.

In addition to this, he has also been appointed as Director of APCO Limited, APCOPAY Limited, PTL Limited, and Ipsyon Limited, all subsidiaries of Harvest Technology.

Harvest Technology is a highly diversified group of technology-based companies that deliver systems and software engineering, security solutions and services, e-commerce platforms, electronic payments solutions, and a number of other services.

Mr Mifsud Saydon first joined the company in 2016 as CFO, serving in the role before he was then appointed CEO between 2017 and 2018.

Following that experience, he was then named CFO at 1923 Investments plc, the majority shareholder of the company, in June 2018. Despite his new role, Mr Mifsud Saydon will continue to serve as 1923 Investments’ CFO.

He is a strong finance professional that has a demonstrated history of working in the management consulting industry. He started his career in auditing and led various external audits both locally and abroad, having worked at EY Malta for over 16 years.

Mr Mifsud Saydon holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Accounts and Management from University of Malta.

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New Harvest Technology plc CFO Rudolph Mifsud Saydon / 1923 Investments


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