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MSV Life 20th Anniversary Celebration

The concert featured the ‘Concierto de Aranjuez’ by Joaquín Rodrigo and other works by Rodrigo and Manuel de Falla.

The full-house event, attended by distinguished guests who in different ways contributed to MSV Life’s success throughout its history, was held under the patronage of President of Malta Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca.

Flown in from Paris specifically for the occasion, the talented Maltese soloist Simon Schembri was complemented by the mastery of Chef d’Orchestre Zahia Ziouani who conducted the national orchestra paying tribute to the two renowned Spanish composers.

“We are proud to celebrate MSV Life’s 20th anniversary acknowledging the contribution of those persons who believed in the company from its inception and to those who have contributed to its success over the past 20 years. We are also thankful to our friends and business partners who have travelled purposely to attend this event,” said David G. Curmi, Chief Executive Officer of MSV Life.

Following the concert, guests were guided in style on a red carpet to the Casino Maltese where they were treated to a lavish reception.

MSV Life was a venture spearheaded by three partners – Middlesea Insurance p.l.c, Bank of Valletta p.l.c., and Munich Re – in 1994. Today, MSV Life is owned jointly by Middlesea Insurance p.l.c. (a member of the MAPFRE Group of Spain) and Bank of Valletta p.l.c. MSV Life is the leading provider of life insurance protection, long-term savings and retirement planning in Malta.

Through the combination of a strong brand, solid reputation, financial strength, product breadth and significant distribution reach particularly through the successful bancassurance partnership with BOV and the important alliance with the MAPFRE Group, MSV Life is set to play an increasingly important role in the local protection, savings and retirement market.

MSV Life is authorised by the Malta Financial Services Authority to carry on long term business under the Insurance Business Act 1998.

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