Chamber Economic Groups Executive Boards set

17th April 2019

The Executive Boards of the Economic Groups discuss issues that are specific to the nature of the group they represent.

The Executive Boards which lead the respective Economic Groups that constitute the Chamber, have been elected, and are in the process of hitting the ground running, as they kick off their ambitious two-year term programmes.

Following the Council election in March, and the election of Perit David Xuereb as President, it was then the turn of the Board of Management, which is tasked with advising Council on policy matters and the administration of the Chamber.

Members of the Council are in turn organised into their own Economic Groups as the Executive Boards, which are led by a chairperson, to discuss issues that are specific to the nature of the group they represent.

The Economic Groups Executive Boards and Chairpersons for 2019-2021 are as follows:

Service Providers Economic Group

Mr Matthew Ellul Sullivan - Chairman
Mr Marcel Cutajar - Deputy Chairman
Dr Alison Vassallo - Vice Chairman
Mr Hugh Arrigo
Mr Elizabeth Barbaro Sant
Mr Ian Casolani


Manufacturers and Other Industries Economic Group

Mr Patrick Cachia - Chairman
Mr Nicholas Xuereb- Deputy Chairman
Mr Joseph Pace - Vice Chairman
Ms Marisa Xuereb
Mr Matthias Fauser
Mr Ruben Cuschieri

Co-opted
Mr Brian Muscat
Ms Doreen Cutrona

Importers, Distributers, and Retailers Economic Group

Mr Christopher Vassallo Cesareo -Chairman
Mr Anthony Tabone - Deputy Chairman
Mr Charles Zahra - Vice Chairman
Mr Frank V. Farrugia
Mr Andrew W.J. Mamo
Mr Reginald Fava

Co-opted
Mr Marcel K. Mifsud
Mr Charles Borg


12th April 2019

Had there not been an appeal to this process, the inconsistencies may have gone unnoticed creating a serious and dangerous precedent for law-abiding companies and taxpayers

5th April 2019

The Board of Management is tasked with advising Council on policy matters and the administration of the Chamber.

29th March 2019

The electoral process follows the Annual General Meeting which was held on 25th March

1st April 2019

The former President of the Malta Chamber said that Malta’s EU membership, which was strongly promoted by the Chamber of Commerce, had resulted in very positive results for the nation's economy, opening up new frontiers and business opportunities previously unforeseen.