When
Monday, 15 April 2024
Time
17.00 - 19.00
Venue
Online
Speakers
Charmaine Tanti

Personal Tax: Trusts

This session is part of the MIT Short Course on Personal Taxation that commenced on 28 February 2024

 

*The lectures in the MIT Short Course are not eligible for the Membership Offer.

 

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2 CPE Core Hours

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Charmaine Tanti

Charmaine Tanti joined EY Malta in May 2018 and forms part of the Business Tax Compliance Team, specialising in taxation of individuals, being compliance and local and international tax advisory assignments. She originally joined EY as an HR Supervising Associate and was the learning champion of EY’s Talent team.

Charmaine obtained a Bachelor in Accountancy (Hons.) degree from the University of Malta and holds a first in class Diploma in Taxation. Prior to joining EY Malta, Charmaine started her career with PwC in 2009 and worked as a Tax Assistant Manager, specializing in a variety of corporate and individual compliance and advisory assignments. She also formed part of the Global Human Resource Services Team and Funds team.

Charmaine assists various clients in handling their tax affairs in Malta, including structuring of international assignments of expatriates, assisting with due diligences as well as participating in various in-house seminars and lectures as well as external presentations on the subject, including Employment Tax.