CPE Event Details
Taking up residence in Malta and expatriate taxation matters (M1722)


Registration Time: 09.00

Session Time: 09.15 - 12.30 including a 15-minute coffee break 

Speakers: Michael Mercieca
Venue: Lower Ground, Tower Training Centre, Swatar


There are a number of different routes whereby an individual may take up residence in Malta, depending on whether such individual is an EU or Non-EU National and whether that individual is in Malta to work or for retirement.
The objectives of the session are to discuss the different routes to Malta residency including the Malta tax, immigration and social security obligations which apply in each case. 
  • Various residency programmes, including ordinary residence
  • Residence and domicile
  • Basis of taxation applicable to individuals
  • Malta tax, social security and immigration obligations of expatriates working in Malta
  • Salient recent legislative Malta tax changes, applicable to individuals
Lawyers and accountants. 
Michael Mercieca is a Certified Public Accountant. He joined Deloitte Malta in January 2003 and soon after successfully qualified as a Chartered Accountant. Michael pursued further studies and read for the Diploma in Taxation offered by The Malta Institute of Taxation and the Advanced Diploma in International Taxation offered by The Malta Institute of Management. 
During his first six years at Deloitte, Michael formed part of the Audit & Assurance team. Following this experience, Michael moved to the Deloitte tax compliance department and since January 2012 he took up a position within the firm’s International Tax Department. As from January 2014 Michael joined Deloitte’s Global Employer Services function in which he focuses on individual tax client requirements and on employer’s tax related matters. 
Through the combination of working in both Deloitte’s audit service line and tax service line, Michael has more than ten years of practical knowledge and experience in various industries 
Michael has participated in various training programs both locally and abroad aimed at developing specific skills with a focus on taxation. 


MIA Members: €32.50
Non-MIA Members: €65.00
Retired Members: €10.00
Students: €16.25

Individual bookings are to be placed and paid online (below). 
Group bookings and Retired MIA Members are requested to fill in the registration form and send it by post along with payment. 


Start Date: 18/07/2017


End Date: 18/07/2017


Service Provider: The Malta Institute of Accountants


Type Hours
Core 3.00


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