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  • SR Technics chooses CFO

    SR Technics chooses CFO

    Sven Kussmann has taken over as the chief financial officer of SR Technics from Christina Johansson, reporting directly to the CEO. Mr Kussmann is an experienced corporate finance professional who joins SR Technics from Mubadala Development...

  • A review of the local hotel industry from the perspective of bond issuers

    A review of the local hotel industry from the perspective of bond issuers

    The revised Listing Policies dated March 5, 2013, stipulate that companies which approach the local capital market with a bond offering need to publish a financial analysis summary (FAS) together with the prospectus. Following the issuance of...

  • Ganado Advocates announces four partnership promotions

    Ganado Advocates announces four partnership promotions

    Ganado Advocates, one of Malta’s foremost law firms, has announced four partnership promotions, effective as of July 1. The newly-appointed partners – Nikolai Muscat Farrugia, Matthew Brincat, Paul Micallef Grimaud and Christine Cassar Naudi – are...

  • Malta-based private air charter company AirX wins contract to transport the Olympic torch

    Malta-based private air charter company AirX wins contract to transport the Olympic torch

    Malta-based private air charter company AirX was entrusted by the International Olympic Committee to transport the Olympic torch on the first leg of its world-renowned journey that will culminate at the opening ceremony of the 2016 Olympic Games...

  • HSBC Malta adds value to Yes 4 Students

    HSBC Malta adds value to Yes 4 Students

    HSBC Malta has launched a new Yes 4 Students campaign asking “What can you do?” Students setting up a new account with Yes 4 Students between July 1 and October 31 will receive a credit of €50 from HSBC Malta. The campaign invites all students to...

  • Your world-class business connectivity partner in Malta

    Downtime is expensive but peace of mind is priceless. Melita has got you covered in all the critical stages of running your business. From local fibre connectivity, to data hosting and international links, Melita leverages its robust network...

  • Malta’s first Prohibition-style bar to open on July 22

    Malta’s first Prohibition-style bar to open on July 22

    After its successful sneak-peak event a few days ago, Malta’s first prohibition-style bar, The Thirsty Barber, is set to open its doors on Friday, July 22. Located in Ball Street, St Julian’s, the bar offers visitors a unique experience that one...

  • The largest iGaming job board in Europe

    The largest iGaming job board in Europe

    GamblingCareers.com is run by experienced online gaming professionals with a vast amount of experience within international headhunting and talent acquisition, who recognise the need for change and innovation within the ever-changing online gaming...

  • Mellieħa Nights 2016

    Mellieħa Nights 2016

    The ninth edition of Mellieħa Nights, organised by the Mellieħa local council, will take place between July 29 and 31. This activity has become a highly sought-after event, which attracts thousands of locals and tourists to Mellieħa, to enjoy the...

  • Opec delegates say Saudi comments show higher oil price desire

    Opec delegates say comments from top exporter Saudi Arabia, which two years ago led the group to drop its historic role of supporting oil prices, are a change in tone and a sign the kingdom is looking – verbally for now – to prop up the...

  • Oversupply expected to delay ‘rebalancing’ of oil markets

    Oversupply expected to delay ‘rebalancing’ of oil markets

    Oil industry hopes that markets are about to return to balance, ending a global glut that pulled down prices by over 70 per cent between 2014 and early 2016, might be abruptly dashed. Despite recent disruptions and output cuts, there is mounting...

  • Shipping movements

    These ships are expected in Malta: The Pomerenia Sky from Algeciras to Livorno, the Pacaya from Algiers to Bejaia, the Merkur Cloud from Ancona to Rijeka, the AS Fatima from Bejaia to Bejaia, the CMA CGM Hydra from Djibouti to Valencia (all CMA...

  • Crisis-hit euro governments swayed banks to buy their debt, states ECB paper

    Stressed eurozone governments swayed domestic banks to buy their bonds when the debt crisis was at its height, using “moral suasion” to counter surging borrowing costs, a research paper published by the ECB showed yesterday. Regulators and...

  • Record-breaking S&P 500 as Euro shares ‘slip’ on oil

    Major US stock indexes gave back gains yesterday after hitting record intraday highs and European shares slipped after a plunge in oil prices pushed energy stocks lower on both sides of the Atlantic. Oil prices plummeted more than four per cent,...

  • BoE’s Carney hints again at more stimulus after Brexit

    BoE’s Carney hints again at more stimulus after Brexit

    Bank of England governor Mark Carney said yesterday that a hit to Britain’s economy from last month’s decision by voters to leave the European Union could prompt the bank to act, hinting again that more stimulus is on the way. “If the outlook has...

  • Employers’ flight delay damages

    The extent of airlines’ liability has been given a wider meaning by a recent ruling delivered by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU). At issue was the Montreal Convention or, as it is formally known, the convention for the...

  • Record high for Dow due to greater risk

    Dow Jones and the US S&P 500 industrial average stock indexes set record intraday highs yesterday after reduced global political tensions and upbeat corporate results from Alcoa boosted risk appetite, while European shares also rallied. The...

  • Share index suffers largest daily drop in 7 weeks

    The share index suffered its largest daily drop in seven weeks today as it retreated by 0.8 per cent to 4,532.434 points. In particular, the equity of Mapfre Middlesea plunged by 16.3 per cent to a one-year low of €2.01 on trivial volumes...

  • For British exporters, weak pound may not offset Brexit turbulence

    For British exporters, weak pound may not offset Brexit turbulence

    The pound’s plunge since Britain voted to leave the European Union is good news for factory boss Tony Hague. He has received enquiries from potential buyers outside the country tempted by the lower prices for his company’s products, as sterling...

  • Money market report for the week ended July 8

    On Monday, July 4, the European Central Bank announced its weekly main refinancing operation (MRO). The operation was conducted on Tuesday, July 5, and attracted bids from euro area eligible counterparties of €44.09 billion, €8.97 billion lower...