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M2092 - MBR BO Forms updates - Q&A session (Online)

  • 2 Jul 2020
  • 11:00 - 12:00
  • Online webinar

Registration


Registration is closed
Registration Time: 10.45
Sessions Time: 11.00 - 12:00
Speakers:  Dr Deandra Schembri, Senior Manager within the Legal and Enforcement Unit at the Malta Business Registry and Dr Geraldine Ann Spiteri Lucas, Chief Legal Officer
Venue: Online webinar


To join you need to register online through the website.
MIA Members: €15
Non-Members: €25
Retired Members: €10
Students: €10

objectives of the session

The Malta Business Registry (MBR) have updated the Beneficial Owners (BO) Forms. This session will explain the changes made including the new requirements. The audience will get the chance to ask questions after the presentation by the MBR.
In order to make the session more effective, you are required to forward any questions to technical@miamalta.org. Places are limited, kindly book your seat at your earliest.

Target Audience

Practitioners, Accountants and Business owners

EVENT CPE COMPETENCES

1 Hour Core 

Speaker's profile

Dr Deandra Schembri is Senior Manager at the Registry of Companies Agency’s Legal Department. After graduating as a lawyer from the University of Malta she started her career with two different law firms where she used to offer legal advice to clients and also represent them before Tribunals and local Courts. She has been working at the Registry of Companies for the past five years. She used to head the Refugees Appeals Board and a member of the Immigration Appeals board. Currently she is member of the Malta Independent Police Board.
Dr Geraldine Spiteri Lucas is the Chief Legal of the Malta Business Registry and she heads the Legal Unit. After graduating as a lawyer from the University of Malta she read for a Masters in European and Comparative law. She started her career with a leading local law firm where she used to offer legal advice to local and international clients and also represented various clients, as litigator, before Tribunals and local Courts. She was involved in the transposition of the provisions of the Fourth and Fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive relating to the register on beneficial owners of commercial partnerships and the setting up of such register. She is also a member of the board of examiners for the Department of Commercial Law of the University of Malta.

WEBINAR TERMS AND CONDITIONS

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