Ganado named MD of Boston MFO Malta

Boston Multi Family Office – the Isle of Man-based, international financial services group  – has named  Maltese trust lawyer Andrew Chetcuti Ganado to head up its Malta operations.

Ganado, pictured, succeeds Chris Borg, who has taken a role with Deloitte Malta, Boston MFO said.

Borg oversaw the setting up of the Malta office in 2012, and its subsequent amalgamation with a local company called MSS, which belonged to Michael Scerri, who remains chairman of Boston MFO’s Malta operations.

Since 2015, Ganado has worked for his own law firm, AC Ganado Legal. Prior to this, he spent more than 15 years in a variety of legal roles with the Bank of Valletta, at one point serving as executive head of its Trustee Services Unit.

Ganado received his doctorate degree in law from the University of Malta, and subsequently received an IFSP certificate in Trusts Management and Administration.

In a statement, Ganado said he was “very keen to expand the role of the Malta office in servicing Boston’s existing global network of clients, as well as branching out and bringing entirely new, high-value business” to Malta.

In Malta, Boston MFO specialises in trust and company administration services, luxury asset structuring  – particularly in the “super yachts” sector – immigration services, and the licensing of eCommerce activities.

In addition to Malta and its headquarters in the Isle of Man, Boston Multi Family Office maintains offices in Dubai. Its Boston Fiduciary arm provides trust, corporate services and family office services, while Boston Ventures is a capital introduction and funding business, and Boston Link is an international head-hunting and recruitment firm.

The Boston group of companies was founded in 2002 as a family office on the Isle of Man, and later expanded to look after the wealth of other individuals. In 2013 it acquired IOMA Fiduciary, a part of the IOMA Group, and first unveiled its plans to expand into the Gulf.

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Helen Burggraf
Helen Burggraf is the editor of International Investment. A US-trained journalist, she has worked in Rome, New York City and London, covering everything from the fashion and retailing industries to the global drinking water and water-treatment sector, private equity, and most recently, the international cross-border financial services/advice industry.

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