Joseph has been active in the investment services industry since 1997 and serves as one of the Investment Advisors of Prestige Capital Management Limited, of which he is also a Director and the company Money Laundering Reporting Officer. He also serves as a non-executive Director, Investment Advisor and Money Laundering Reporting Officer on a number of companies, funds, UCITS and non-UCITS, hedge funds, fund managers, SICAVs and commodity traders, as well as a local Maltese financial services and insurance PLCs regulated by MFSA in Malta. In 1971 he was an Alumnus of the Management Development Programme of the Cranfield Business School. He is a Certified Secretary and Administrator and in 2001 qualified as an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. A Fellow of the Malta Institute of Management, he served as that Institute’s Secretary and later as Vice-President for several years. He was also Vice-President of the Malta Federation of Industry for some years.
He has a career spanning over 40 years, commencing with exposure at the highest levels of Public Service including a tour of duty at the Office of the Prime Minister under different administrations. He later moved over to the private sector and initially worked for two years in Germany, later becoming Malta Representative (Prokurist) and start-up General Manager of the local plant of Bogner GmbH, a top brand German manufacturer. He became involved with the Telecommunications Industry, initially as Malta Representative of Mtel Communications of Jackson, Mississippi, USA and as the start-up Managing Director for SkyTel paging services. Subsequently, as Managing Director, he started-up a Malta-based subsidiary company of OMI plc of London, a multi-discipline consultancy. In this consultancy role he acted as Hospital Director for Capua Palace Hospital from 1999 to 2003. His most recent assignment saw him as CEO of Melita Cable plc, a quadruple play telecoms company, then a subsidiary of Liberty Global of Denver, Colorado. He has served in a quasi-judicial capacity on various Arbitration and Appeal Boards of various public Corporations and was Chairman of an Arbitration Board. From 2003 to 2007 he was a court-appointed Provisional Administrator of Price Club (Holdings) Limited, a landmark case for defining Directors’ duties and responsibilities under Maltese company law.
Approved in Malta by the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA).