The Malta Institute of Management (MIM) has announced that Hector Spiteri has been appointed president, replacing outgoing president Reuben Buttigieg, who had announced his intention to not seek re-election.
Mr Spiteri is a Certified Public Accountant with a Practising Certificate in Auditing.
He has been in various directorship roles and managerial positions with various companies and groups both locally and internationally.
During its 57th annual general meeting, held on 31st May, the Council of the Institute highlighted the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
It noted that in spite of the fact that most of its activities were put on hold, it nonetheless managed to maintain financial stability and increase its staff complement.
The MIM said that during the reported period it engaged in new activities and collaborated with various entities.
During the AGM, it stated that most of these activities were possible due to the various organisations assisting the MIM, including Quasar Trust Fund, KPMG, FJV and Associates, Maltapoint Limited and Erremme Business Advisors, among others.
Other Council Members of the Institute include Reuben Buttigieg (Vice-President), Omar Vella (Hon Secretary), and Lorna Smith (Hon Treasurer).
Lara Boffa, Johann Baldacchino Romano, Joseph Ludwig Cassar, Stephanie Fabri, Rebecca Gatt and Jesmond Saliba are Council Members.