The webinar will deal with select problem areas of the new anti-hybrid rules and discuss the main questions raised in practice.

Wednesday, 19 May 2021
15.00 - 17.15
Ruth Bonnici

Anti-hybrid Rules in Practice

The aim of the session is to walk-through the most relevant aspects of the new anti-hybrid rules based on the Maltese experience since their introduction in January 2020. The speaker will identify the problem areas, present the most commonly raised questions and discuss a number of structures that have been impacted. By the end of the session attendees should be able to identify risks, ask the right questions to obtain the required information and make a high-level analysis.

Level: Intermediate/Advanced

Relevant for tax advisors; tax and finance professionals; law, tax and finance students.

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You are kindly requested to register in advance by not later than 10:00am on Wednesday 19/05/2021.

*This webinar is eligible for the Membership Offer (MIT Members are eligible for 6 CPE hours of MIT events on a complimentary basis – Terms & Conditions Apply). To claim the offer for this webinar select ‘MIT Members – Membership Offer’ as the price option. A participant’s eligibility for the offer claimed is subject to final confirmation by the Malta Institute of Taxation.


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2 CPE core hours

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Ruth Bonnici

Ruth is a warranted lawyer and graduated with a Doctor of Laws from the University of Malta in 2016. She read her Advanced Masters in International Taxation at the International Tax Centre, University of Leiden in the Netherlands and graduated cum laude in 2018.

In 2015 Ruth joined KPMG Malta and is currently a Senior Manager within the international tax advisory team, being particularly involved in the provision of direct tax advisory services to international corporate clients. Ruth also regularly delivers classes in various courses relating to domestic and international tax.