Wednesday, 12 June 2024
13.00 - 15.00
Steve Gingell
Michael Borg

Transitional Rules, Compliance Obligations & Safe-harbours

The below session is part of the The MIT Series: Global Minimum Tax Rules which commenced on 15th February 2024.

During this session the speakers shall delve into

  • Article 9.1.1, 9.1.2. 9.1.3. regarding transitional attributes
  • Chapter 8 – GloBE Information Return
  • The CbC Safe Harbours



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2 CPE Core Hours

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Steve Gingell

Steve is a tax partner with PwC. In 2005, Steve completed a Masters in Law, with a specialisation in tax, at the University of London. He then worked with PwC in London for a two year period, dealing with international tax structuring projects and UK corporate tax matters.

Steve is heavily involved in advising a wide variety of local and international corporate clients operating in various industries on various Maltese tax related matters. Steve also lectures at the University of Malta and is an examiner for dissertations submitted by students reading for a Masters in Accountancy.

Michael Borg

Michael is a Senior Manager within the tax and legal practice of PwC Malta. He provides compliance services and is actively involved in providing tax advice on Maltese tax matters to local and foreign clients.

Michael has also managed a number of tax deal and structuring assignments including a number of vendor and acquisition due diligences on companies operating in a variety of sectors.

Michael has a diverse background having gained over 5 years of work experience in the Assurance practice of the firm, including a short term secondment to the US, prior to joining the tax and legal practice.

Michael is also an active member of the PwC Malta VAT team.