New chairperson for Malta Association of Retirement Scheme Practitioners

18th February 2020

Deborah Schembri sits on various committees within the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry and has over 20 years’ experience holding senior management roles in several industries.

Managing Director of STM Malta, Deborah Schembri, has been elected chairperson of the Malta Association of Retirement Scheme Practitioners.

Schembri sits on various committees within the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry, as well as the Institute of Financial Services Practitioners. She is also a member of the Malta Institute of Accountants, the Malta Institute of Taxation, the Malta Institute of Management, Institute of Financial Services Practitioners and an associate member of the Pension Management Institute UK. Over the past seven years she has been contributing to growing the pensions industry in Malta, covering both the local and international markets.

She has over 20 years’ experience holding senior management roles in several industries. In her various C-level and board member roles, she had formulated new strategic directions and implemented the necessary changes. She has been instrumental in setting up and growing various companies. She is a Certified Public Accountant, holds a Masters in Business Administration from Henley Management College and holds an Advanced Diploma in Retirement Provision pursued with the UK Pensions Management Institute.

MARSP is the single organisation combining the experience, practical information and coordination of all licensed retirement scheme administrators in Malta. The association was set up in 2010, following the establishment of a number of pensions scheme administrators and trustees in Malta, initially focusing on the international pensions market, with an emphasis on British expatriates. Today, the association is primarily concerned with regulation, taxation and industry best practice.


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