STM Malta named 'National Winner' in prestigious European Competition 

17th September 2019

STM Malta was chosen from 2,753 businesses named as ‘Ones to Watch’ in a list of business excellence published in July and selected as a National Winner by a panel of independent judges including business leaders, politicians and academics.

STM Malta Trust and Company Management Limited has been named ‘National Winner’ in the 2019 European Business Awards, one of the world’s largest business competitions.

It was chosen from 2,753 businesses named as ‘Ones to Watch’ in a list of business excellence published in July and selected as a National Winner by a panel of independent judges including business leaders, politicians and academics. It won the category ‘The Customer and Market Engagement Award with Turnover of €0-25M’ and will now go on to represent Malta in the final stage of the competition.

Deborah Schembri, Managing Director said “I am thrilled that STM Malta made it to the final stages of the competition, since we competed with excellent local companies.” Schembri dedicated this achievement to all the team at STM Malta.

Adrian Tripp, CEO of the European Business Awards said: “This is a significant achievement and STM Malta is an outstanding leader in their field. To be chosen as a National Winner means you show great innovation, ethics and success and are one of the best businesses in Europe.”

A final round of judging will take place on the 3rd and 4th December in Poland and a Gala Ceremony will be held on the 4th of December where the overall category winners for the 2019 European Business Awards will be announced.

The European Business Awards is now in its 12th year and its primary purpose is to support the development of a stronger and more successful business community throughout Europe. This year it considered over 120,000 businesses from 33 countries. Sponsors and partners include Inflexion, Germany Trade & Invest and Cision PR Newswire.

The company is licensed as a Retirement Scheme Administrator with the Malta Financial Services Authority. It is also authorised to act as trustee or co-trustee to provide fiduciary services in terms of the Trusts and Trustees Act.


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