A practical session on most relevant decisions of the CJEU in the area of direct taxation issued during 2019 and early 2020

When
Wednesday, 08 April 2020
Time
15:00 - 18:15
Venue
Malta Life Sciences Park, San Gwann
Speakers
Chris Curmi
Nadiia Onyshchuk

Recent direct tax decisions of the CJEU

The seminar will address the most relevant decisions of the CJEU in the area of direct taxation issued during 2019 and early 2020.

The presenters will analyse select decisions of, and argumentation brought forward by, the CJEU and their potential impact on businesses operating in Malta.

Level: Intermediate to Advanced

This seminar is eligible for the Membership Offer (MIT Members may attend 2 MIT seminars a year on a complimentary basis – Terms & Conditions Apply). To claim the offer for this seminar, 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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3 CPE Core Hours

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Chris Curmi

Chris Curmi is an International Tax Partner at Deloitte Malta, responsible for international tax, expatriate taxation and citizenship & immigration services to the firm’s local and international clients across various industries.

 

Chris joined the International Tax Department of Deloitte Malta in 2005, following the merger of the audit and accounting firm Curmi, Paris, Scicluna & Co with Deloitte Malta effective from 1 January 2005. He was one of the founder partners of Curmi, Paris, Scicluna & Co and headed the firm’s international tax practice. Chris is a UK Chartered Accountant and Fellow Member of the Malta Institute of Accountants and Malta Institute of Taxation.

Nadiia Onyshchuk

Nadiia Onyshchuk is an International Tax Manager at Deloitte Malta, responsible for international tax, transfer pricing and EU direct tax advisory services to the firm’s local and international clients across various industries.

 

Nadiia joined Deloitte Malta in 2015 after graduating Advanced Master of Laws (cum laude) in European Tax Law from the University of Leiden (Netherlands). She has also obtained degree of Master of Laws, Ph.D. in Tax Law (Ukraine) and Professional Certificate in Taxation from the Malta Institute of Taxation.