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The Malta Chamber and Convera sign bronze collaboration agreement

28th October 2022

The aim of the signing is that of driving discussion within policy areas which are relevant to digital payment solutions.

The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry have signed a bronze collaboration agreement with Convera with the aim of driving discussion within policy areas which are relevant to digital payment solutions.

Marisa Xuereb, The Malta Chamber President said that, “with technology being one of our five main pillars, The Malta Chamber is proud to be partnering with digitalisation champions such as Convera to push digital payments as a true enabler which drives the industry forward.”

She explained that The Malta Chamber will now be better equipped to take a more prominent and proactive role within the business sphere by promoting areas of safe, secure and reliable online business trading.

Mr Mark Anthony Camilleri, Malta Country Head at Convera, said “Our aim is to help companies navigate global payments so that they can focus on growing their business with confidence. Formerly known as Western Union Business Solutions, Convera is pleased to once again partner with The Malta Chamber to serve and support the preparedness of local businesses to grow internationally.”

The Bronze Collaboration Agreement was signed by Marisa Xuereb and Christopher Vassallo Cesareo as President and Deputy President of The Malta Chamber, respectively, and Mark Anthony Camilleri, Country Manager and Executive Director at Convera.

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The Malta Chamber and Convera sign bronze collaboration agreement