Knighthood Capital Partners has relocated to its new offices in the recently refurbished St Luke’s Garrison Chapel in Sliema.

Built in 1910, St Luke’s Garrison Chapel served the British armed forces stationed at the Tigné Barracks until their withdrawal in 1979, when it was decommissioned. The chapel was largely abandoned until 2003 when restoration work started together with the development of Tigné Point.

The restored primary structure and traditional exterior of the building have been retained while the interior has been designed and refurbished to create a functional, modern work place to accommodate the company’s future growth. The spacious open plan office environment is supported by state-of-the-art technology and lighting. The building also includes a boardroom, meeting rooms, and a kitchen.

James Hogan, Chairman of Knighthood Capital said: “Our decision to base our business in Malta, and our investment in the new office space underscores our confidence in Malta as a business-friendly environment, and more importantly, demonstrates our longer-term commitment to supporting the country’s economic growth.

“We look forward to working with companies and organisations in the local business community.”

Established in June 2017, Knighthood Capital Partners has offices in Geneva, Malta and Abu Dhabi. The team offers unique business advisory, capital structuring and investment services, across multiple industry sectors, including travel and tourism, aviation and aerospace, construction and information technology.


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