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Malta Chamber And EY Malta Continue To Strengthen Their Ties

22nd December 2021

The Malta Chamber is honoured with the trust EY Malta is showing through this agreement and looks forward to continue building on the strong relationship the parties enjoy for years.

EY Malta have once again renewed their Gold Partnership Support Agreement with The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry.

Through their extensive experience, EY Malta will be providing consultancy services to support the Chamber in the formulation of national policy-making positions and recommendations in a number of fields covered by the Chamber’s Business Sections and Horizontal Thematic committees.

“As Malta’s leading business representative body, we are honoured to be supporting EY Malta and its flagship event; Future Realised,” said Marisa Xuereb, President of the Malta Chamber.

Ms Xuereb added that, "Through this partnership, the Malta Chamber aims to provide more value to its members by collecting and disseminating invaluable information about the business community and its opinion on Malta’s attractiveness, investment aspirations and needs.”

Chris Naudi, EY Malta Partner and Head of Markets, said “We are delighted to further strengthen our strong relationship with the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry. The work we have carried out over the years for the Chamber on various financial and economic matters has greatly benefitted the local business community and we want nothing more than to see its continued success, especially as we must navigate this crucial next phase of the global pandemic.”

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“We also look forward to another year collaborating on our national annual event, Future Realised, which serves as a check-point for the island and brings to fruition many great ideas on sustainability, technology, human capital and other key topics, which will take place next October,” said Mr Naudi.

The Malta Chamber is honoured with the trust EY Malta is showing through this agreement and looks forward to continue building on the strong relationship the parties enjoy for years.

The agreement was signed by President Ms Marisa Xuereb and Deputy President Mr Chris Vassallo Cesareo on behalf of the Malta Chamber and Mr Christopher Naudi, Partner and Head of Markets on behalf of EY Malta.


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Malta Chamber And EY Malta Continue To Strengthen Their Ties