MIT Members are invited to attend an event brought by the Professional Affairs Committee of the Institute – Taxation and the Prevention of Money Laundering: the Tax Practitioner’s perspective
This seminar is intended to share with members the views of the Professional Affairs Committee on how members are required to conduct themselves in the exercise of their profession as tax advisors so as to adhere to their obligations as Subject Persons. The contents will reflect the outcome of the discussions of the Professional Affairs Committee with their counterparts within the Malta Institute of Accountants and the Chamber of Advocates as well as the FIAU, and the submissions made by the MIT to the National Coordinating Committee on Combating Money Laundering and Funding of Terrorism (NCC). The presentation will be followed by a Q&A.
MIT Members are invited to join us for networking drinks after the presentation and Q&A.
Please note that, owing to Covid-19 restrictions, spaces are limited. Attendance is on a first-come-first-served basis. Admission will only be granted to the person named on the booking form.
Conrad leads the Deloitte Malta International Tax practice and is also responsible for Transfer Pricing services within the firm’s practice.
Conrad dedicates the majority of his time assisting multinationals or foreign based groups operating in Malta in complying with their obligations in terms of local tax law. Conrad has also been involved in assisting the Maltese Government with developments to the local fiscal framework.
Conrad is the current President of the Malta Institute of Taxation and the Chairman of the iGaming committee of the Malta Institute of Accountants.
Robert is a consultant within the Corporate Finance and Tax team of GANADO Advocates. He was previously a partner in a law firm providing (primarily) tax and corporate advice and services and also spent several years in the tax & corporate services department of a big four firm in Malta. Robert lectures on the Malta fiscal aspects of trusts and foundations as a visiting lecturer on the MIT Course on Taxation. He was elected to the MIT Council in 2019 and chairs the Professional Affairs Committee. Robert has been a member of the MIT Direct Tax Technical Committee since 2017.