Board of Governors


The Board of Governors is responsible for establishing the policies and risk parameters to be pursued by the Authority. In determining such policies the Board of Governors follows policy guidelines as set out by Government. The Board of Governors is also responsible for advising Government on matters relating to the development and regulation of the financial services sector. The Chairman and the members of the Board are appointed by the Prime Minister for a term not exceeding five years.

 

Chairman

Prof. John Mamo, LL.D, B.Litt.(Oxol), BA

 

Members

Prof. Edward Scicluna, BA (Hons) Econ, MA (Toronto), PhD (Toronto), DSS (Oxon)

Dr Philip von Brockdorff, BA (Hons) (Melit.), MSc. (Econ.) (Wales), DPhil. (York), Grad. CIPD (UK)

Mr Mark Galea, BCom. Hons (Banking & Finance)

Mr Charles Zammit, FAIA, FFA, FCMI, Dip. BA

Dr Stephanie Vella, BCom. (Hons) (Econ.) (Melit.), MA (Econ.) (Melit.), PhD (Melit.)

Dr Carmel Cascun, BA (Gen), BA (Socio-Legal), LP, FCII, MJur. (European & Comparative Law), NP, LLD

 

These appointments are valid for a period of one year with effect from 4 February 2021.

 

The Board of Governors is also the Listing Authority for the purpose of the Financial Markets Act (Cap 345) and the Resolution Authority for the purpose of Directive 2014/59/EU.