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    • 19 Oct 2021
    • 13:30 - 15:30
    • Online Webinar
    Register
    Registration Time: 13:15
    Sessions Time: 13:30 - 15:30  no break time
    Speaker: Mr David Cauchi
    Venue: Online Webinar
    Participation Fees (The Institute is now accepting payments via Paypal)
    MIA Members: €28.00
    Non-MIA Members: €50.00
    Retired Members: €15.00
    Students: €20.00
    *Group bookings for 3 or more participants available.

    BACKGROUND INFORMATION

    Following the coming into effect of the GDPR in 2018, as expected, there was a consistent increase in sanctions and enforcement action taken by EU Data Protection Supervisory Authorities. Apart from the powers to impose administrative fines up to a maximum of 20million or 4% of the annual turnover, Supervisory Authorities have additional enforcement tools which they can use when the violations do not require a sanction, such as the issuing of specific orders, reprimands and bans on processing operations. In addition, the GDPR also provides direct remedies for individuals which can be availed of even without involving the Supervisory Authorities.

    OBJECTIVES OF THE SESSION

    To provide a better understanding of the GDPR enforcement process and landscape.  

    ToPICS FOR THE SESSION

    Supervisory Authorities
    - Role and Competences
    - Cooperation Mechanism
    - Enforcement Powers and Sanctions
    Remedies for data subjects
    - Right to lodge a complaint
    - Judicial Remedies
    - Right to Compensation
    - Growing trend in claims and class action
    Fines in numbers
    - Major sanctions
    - Statistics

    TARGET AUDIENCE

    This session is intended for persons with Decision-Making or Advisory Roles within organizations, including Top Management, Business Entrepreneurs, Legal, Compliance and Risk Managers, Data Protection Officers and other employees responsible for the handling of privacy matters within organizations.

    SPEAKER'S PROFILE

    David Cauchi is a seasoned data protection practitioner with over 17 years of experience in the field. He started his career in the data protection field when he joined the Information and Data Protection Commissioner after graduating in Management in 2003.
    Throughout these years he developed a passion and also expertise in the field, particularly in handling casework, investigations and audits, international and cross-border matters, providing guidance and raising awareness on data protection to the various sectors, including banking and financial services, online gaming, employment, law enforcement and regulatory bodies, NGOs, and also the public at large.
    David was also actively involved in EU fora, in particular the Coordinated Supervision of EU large-scale information systems, having also served as Chair of the Schengen Supervision Coordination Group.
    He moved to the private sector in 2020, where he leads the privacy function for an online gaming corporate. David is also a Certified Practitioner and Privacy Manager, having obtained the relevant qualifications from PDP Training and IAPP respectively.

    EVENT CPE COMPETENCES

    2 Hours Professional

    TERMS AND CONDITIONS

    Terms and conditions apply.

    DISCLAIMER

    By Registering and/or Booking for this event, you agree that MIA will collect your information, who will be using it as per the MIA Privacy Policy for CPE Events. Please read the MIA’s Privacy Notice for CPE Events in its entirety which can be found at this link. By accepting to participate in this event you accept that MIA shall process personal data in accordance with this Privacy Notice.
    If registration is being affected by a company or other corporate entity on behalf of an attendee or the registering company or other corporate entity supplies to the MIA personal data of third parties, such as of employees, affiliates, management companies or service providers, the registering company or other corporate entity shall be solely responsible for making sure that the provision of such data to the MIA fully complies with applicable laws and the relevant person in regard to whom the data relates has been provided with the necessary information at law regarding the MIA’s processing of his personal data.
    Any information notices, consents or other applicable requirements that may be required to be fulfilled for the provision of third party data to the MIA shall be borne solely by the registering company or other corporate entity. The registering company or other corporate entity hereby fully indemnifies the MIA and shall render the MIA completely harmless against all costs, damages or liability of whatsoever nature resulting from any claims or litigation (instituted or threatened) by any third party against the MIA as a result of the provision of any third party personal data to the MIA by the registering company or other corporate entity.
    The Malta Institute of Accountants may take photos during this event. These images will be used by the Institute to share news about the event in newsletters, the Annual Report, The Accountant journal and printed publicity. Photos can also be published on MIA’s Facebook, Linkedln and Twitter. Such images may be used to publicise future events of the same nature and for reporting purposes.


    • 20 Oct 2021
    • 13:30 - 16:45
    • Online Webinar
    Register
    Registration Time: 13:15
    Sessions Time:13:30 - 16:45  including a 15-minute break
    Speakers: Ms Lucienne Pace Ross & Ms Anita Farrugia
    Venue: Online Webinar
    *Group bookings for 3 or more participants available.
    Participation Fees (The Institute is now accepting payments via Paypal)
    MIA Members: €40.00
    Non-MIA Members: €75.00
    Retired Members: €20.00
    Students: €30.00

    BACKGROUND INFORMATION

    Auditors are responsible for obtaining reasonable assurance that the financial statements, taken as a whole, are free from material misstatements, whether due to fraud or error. Auditors are also responsible to obtain sufficient appropriate audit evidence regarding the appropriateness of management’s conclusion about the use of the going concern basis of accounting and to independently conclude whether a material uncertainty about the entity’s ability to continue as a going concern exists.

    OBJECTIVEs OF THE SESSION

    This session will address the requirements of the respective International Standards on Auditing (ISAs), highlighting the responsibilities of management, those charged with governance and the auditors with respect to fraud and going concern. Practical examples will be shared with the attendees of where fraud may occur and typical indicators of going concern risk. In particular, the COVID-19 situation introduces new risks with respect to fraud and going concern and such conditions require further audit considerations. The session will also address the common procedures that the auditors will perform to mitigate the risks of fraud and going concern.

    TOPICS ON THE AGENDA

    • ISA requirements
    • Responsibilities of management, those charged with governance and the auditors
    • Practical examples of fraud risks and going concern risks
    • Auditors’ response to such risks
    • COVID-19 implications and considerations

    TARGET AUDIENCE

    Auditors and other practitioners that are involved in the financial statements process

    SPEAKERs' PROFILEs

    Lucienne Pace Ross joined PwC in 1997 after obtaining a degree in Accountancy from the University of Malta. She is also a member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (FCCA) and the Malta Institute of Accountants (MIA), and a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). Lucienne was appointed as Asssurance partner at PwC on 1 July 2006.
    Lucienne acts as assurance engagement leader on a diverse client portfolio including Groups of companies and other non-Group companies that vary in size and structure. Her client portfolio has led Lucienne to gain experience in the audit of local and foreign-owned companies engaged in various areas of industry and commerce, particularly financial services.
    Lucienne is actively involved in audit methodology matters and acts as the quality and risk management partner. She has also participated in seminars to the public on assurance related matters. She is a member of the Malta Institute of Accountants Auditing Committee.
    Anita Farrugia is a senior manager at PwC within the Assurance practice. She joined PwC in 2008 after obtaining the Bachelor of Accountancy (Hons.) from the University of Malta. She is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and a member of the Malta Institute of Accountants (MIA).Anita worked on a number of audit engagements primarily within the manufacturing, retail and services industries. She also had the opportunity to work in other PwC offices in the US. In 2016, Anita took on an assurance methodology and quality role within PwC. Her responsibilities within this function include, amongst others, the implementation of auditing standards locally, providing relevant guidance to the assurance practice, monitoring engagement compliance against these standards, organisation and delivery of assurance training and coordination with the network on related matters.

    EVENT CPE COMPETENCES

    3 Hours Core

    online TERMS AND CONDITIONS

    Terms and conditions apply.

    DISCLAIMER

    By Registering and/or Booking for this event, you agree that MIA will collect your information, who will be using it as per the MIA Privacy Policy for CPE Events. Please read the MIA’s Privacy Notice for CPE Events in its entirety which can be found at this link. By accepting to participate in this event you accept that MIA shall process personal data in accordance with this Privacy Notice.
    If registration is being affected by a company or other corporate entity on behalf of an attendee or the registering company or other corporate entity supplies to the MIA personal data of third parties, such as of employees, affiliates, management companies or service providers, the registering company or other corporate entity shall be solely responsible for making sure that the provision of such data to the MIA fully complies with applicable laws and the relevant person in regard to whom the data relates has been provided with the necessary information at law regarding the MIA’s processing of his personal data.
    Any information notices, consents or other applicable requirements that may be required to be fulfilled for the provision of third party data to the MIA shall be borne solely by the registering company or other corporate entity. The registering company or other corporate entity hereby fully indemnifies the MIA and shall render the MIA completely harmless against all costs, damages or liability of whatsoever nature resulting from any claims or litigation (instituted or threatened) by any third party against the MIA as a result of the provision of any third party personal data to the MIA by the registering company or other corporate entity.
    The Malta Institute of Accountants may take photos during this event. These images will be used by the Institute to share news about the event in newsletters, the Annual Report, The Accountant journal and printed publicity. Photos can also be published on MIA’s Facebook, Linkedln and Twitter. Such images may be used to publicise future events of the same nature and for reporting purposes.


    • 22 Oct 2021
    • 09:15 - 12:30
    • Online Webinar
    Register
    Registration Time: 09:00
    Sessions Time: 09:15 - 12:30 including a 15-minute break
    Speaker: Dr Robert Attard
    Venue: Online Webinar
    Participation Fees (The Institute is now accepting payments via Paypal)
    MIA Members: €40.00
    Non-MIA Members: €75.00
    Retired Members: €20.00
    Students: €30.00

    *Group bookings for 3 or more participants available.

    Background Information


    Budget 2022 will surely play an important part in Malta’s recovery. This session will cover measures that will be discussed in the much anticipated budget speech that will be introduced for 2022.

    Objectives of the session

    To provide attendees with an update in relation to the measures put forward by the Budget Speech.

    TOPICS ON THE AGENDA

    - Changes to the Income Tax Act and subsidiary legislation
    - Changes to the VAT Act
    - Other relevant developments

    Target Audience

    Accountants, finance personnel and lawyers

    Speaker's Profile

    Robert is Partner and Tax Policy Leader, EY, Central & South East Europe, a tenured senior lecturer at the University of Malta, a fellow of GREIT and member of the European Association of Tax Law Professors. In the IBFD’s 2015-2017 General Report on the Protection of Taxpayers’ Rights he was described as a well-known authority broadly experienced in the practical protection of taxpayers’ rights and a prominent member of the legal practice. Having served as a panellist at the 2015 IFA Congress he forms part of a study group of the International Law Association on the “Protection of Taxpayers’ Rights” (co-chaired by Advocate General Juliane Kokott and Pasquale Pistone) and is also a member of the Supervisory Council of the IBFD/IFA’s “Observatory on the Protection of Taxpayers’ Rights”. He has served as Visiting Professor at the University of Ferrara paying lecturing/speaking visits at Queen Mary (University of London), CTL (University of Cambridge), Salerno (with Wirtshaftsuniversitat Wien and Naples II) and the University of Palermo. The Maltese Court of Appeal has described him as a leading commentator on tax law referring to his publications in its judgements. Robert developed a detailed knowledge of tax aspects of the European Convention on Human Rights drafting submissions in cases filed against France, the Netherlands, Bulgaria and Malta. Robert is a published author on tax law publishing articles in European Taxation, EC Tax Review and the British Tax Review. He has contributed to several publications including a book published by Hart Publishing, 3 books published by the IBFD and several books published by the MIM. Philip Baker remarks that ‘Single-handedly, Robert is generating the literature which explains the structure and nuances of the system in Malta. One wishes other countries had similar authors who could write similarly enticing books to explain their tax codes.” Robert has argued most of Malta's leading tax cases including landmark judgments John Geranzi v. PM (right to justice within a reasonable time), Zahra v. PM (non bis in idem), Farrugia v. PM (taxation as a violation of the right to property) and Case 160 of 2012 (tax transparency).

    EVENT CPE COMPETENCES

    3 Hours Core 


    WEBINARS TERMS AND CONDITIONS


    Terms and conditions  apply


    DISCLAIMER


    By Registering and/or Booking for this event, you agree that MIA will collect your information, who will be using it as per the MIA Privacy Policy for CPE Events. Please read the MIA’s Privacy Notice for CPE Events in its entirety which can be found at this link. By accepting to participate in this event you accept that MIA shall process personal data in accordance with this Privacy Notice.
    If registration is being affected by a company or other corporate entity on behalf of an attendee or the registering company or other corporate entity supplies to the MIA personal data of third parties, such as of employees, affiliates, management companies or service providers, the registering company or other corporate entity shall be solely responsible for making sure that the provision of such data to the MIA fully complies with applicable laws and the relevant person in regard to whom the data relates has been provided with the necessary information at law regarding the MIA’s processing of his personal data.
    Any information notices, consents or other applicable requirements that may be required to be fulfilled for the provision of third party data to the MIA shall be borne solely by the registering company or other corporate entity. The registering company or other corporate entity hereby fully indemnifies the MIA and shall render the MIA completely harmless against all costs, damages or liability of whatsoever nature resulting from any claims or litigation (instituted or threatened) by any third party against the MIA as a result of the provision of any third party personal data to the MIA by the registering company or other corporate entity.
    The Malta Institute of Accountants may take photos during this event. These images will be used by the Institute to share news about the event in newsletters, the Annual Report, The Accountant journal and printed publicity. Photos can also be published on MIA’s Facebook, Linkedln and Twitter. Such images may be used to publicise future events of the same nature and for reporting purposes.


    • 25 Oct 2021
    • 13:30 - 15:45
    • Online Webinar
    Register
    Registration Time: 13:15
    Sessions Time: 13:30 - 15:45  (15 min break time)
    Speakers: Mr Luca Pace & Mr Ian Zahra
    Venue: Online Webinar
    Participation Fees (The Institute is now accepting payments via Paypal)
    MIA Members: €28.00
    Non-MIA Members: €50.00
    Retired Members: €15.00
    Students: €20.00

    *Group bookings for 3 or more participants available.

    BACKGROUND INFORMATION

    The Highly Qualified Persons Rules, Subsidiary Legislation 123.126 were originally introduced with effect from 1 January 2010 and currently aim at attracting highly qualified persons to occupy certain eligible offices within companies licensed and/or recognised by a number of governmental bodies through which such individuals are, subject to a number of conditions, taxed at a flat rate of 15% on their employment income. Following the latest changes to the Highly Qualified Persons Rules (in terms of Legal Notice 29 of 2021), a number of amendments were introduced with retroactive effect from 31 December 2020 in relation to the applicable benefits under this scheme.

    OBJECTIVES OF THE SESSION

    • Understanding the legal framework behind the Highly Qualified Persons Rules
    • Reviewing the mandatory requirements to benefit from the scheme
    • Tackling practical issues in connection with applications for a formal determination to obtain eligibility under the scheme

      ToPICS FOR THE SESSION

      • Introduction to the Highly Qualified Persons Rules, Subsidiary Legislation 123.126
      • Changes enacted by virtue of Legal Notice 29 of 2021
      • Tax guidelines issued by the Commissioner for Revenue
      • Practical considerations
      • Q&A

      TARGET AUDIENCE

      The session is intended for practitioners and professionals who currently work with or intend to apply the Highly Qualified Persons Rules and who wish to ensure that their applications are in line with the requirements in terms of the legal framework and the practice adopted by the relevant governmental bodies.

      SPEAKER'S PROFILE

      Ian Zahra is a lawyer by profession and forms part of the international tax team at Deloitte Malta. Following the completion of his studies in law at the University of Malta, he graduated in international tax law from the University of Leiden in the Netherlands and worked as a teaching assistant at the International Tax Centre (ITC Leiden)
      Luca is a manager within Deloitte Malta’s tax practice, and forms part of the Global Employer Services team, which focuses on individual client tax requirements as well as on employer’s tax related matters in connection with their global workforces. Having joined Deloitte in 2015 upon successful completion of his studies, Luca spent a number of years within the international tax team, having been involved in a number of advisory engagements for clients across a number of industries, whilst specializing on automatic exchange of information. 

      EVENT CPE COMPETENCES

      2 Hours Core

      TERMS AND CONDITIONS

      Terms and conditions apply.

      DISCLAIMER

      By Registering and/or Booking for this event, you agree that MIA will collect your information, who will be using it as per the MIA Privacy Policy for CPE Events. Please read the MIA’s Privacy Notice for CPE Events in its entirety which can be found at this link. By accepting to participate in this event you accept that MIA shall process personal data in accordance with this Privacy Notice.
      If registration is being affected by a company or other corporate entity on behalf of an attendee or the registering company or other corporate entity supplies to the MIA personal data of third parties, such as of employees, affiliates, management companies or service providers, the registering company or other corporate entity shall be solely responsible for making sure that the provision of such data to the MIA fully complies with applicable laws and the relevant person in regard to whom the data relates has been provided with the necessary information at law regarding the MIA’s processing of his personal data.
      Any information notices, consents or other applicable requirements that may be required to be fulfilled for the provision of third party data to the MIA shall be borne solely by the registering company or other corporate entity. The registering company or other corporate entity hereby fully indemnifies the MIA and shall render the MIA completely harmless against all costs, damages or liability of whatsoever nature resulting from any claims or litigation (instituted or threatened) by any third party against the MIA as a result of the provision of any third party personal data to the MIA by the registering company or other corporate entity.
      The Malta Institute of Accountants may take photos during this event. These images will be used by the Institute to share news about the event in newsletters, the Annual Report, The Accountant journal and printed publicity. Photos can also be published on MIA’s Facebook, Linkedln and Twitter. Such images may be used to publicise future events of the same nature and for reporting purposes.


      • 29 Oct 2021
      • 16:30 - 18:30
      • Intercontinental Hotel
      Register
      Registration Time: 16:00
      Sessions Time:16:30 - 18:30  followed by networking drinks
      Speakers:
      Mr Jean Paul Debono - The Chair of the MIA Young Members Group
      Mr Josef Mercieca - Tax Partner at BDO Malta
      Dr Yanika Pisani - Senior Officer at the FIAU,
      Mr Jonathan Pace - Indirect Taxation Supervisor at Deloitte Malta and member of the MIA Young Members Group and Ms Ritianne Zammit Indirect Taxation Supervisor at Deloitte Malta.
      Venue: Intercontinental Hotel - Cettina De Cesare Hall
      Details for Admission: All attendees must have a valid soft copy Covid-19 Vaccination certificate which will be scanned prior entry. Please ensure the brightness on your phone is set to the maximum before entry.
      Participation Fees (The Institute is now accepting payments via Paypal)
      MIA Members: €40.00
      Non-MIA Members: €60.00
      Retired Members: €30.00
      Students: €30.00
      Group discount is not applicable.

      BACKGROUND INFORMATION

      In this ever-changing environment, keeping up to date is important, now more than ever! Organised by the MIA Young Members Group and addressed by the MIA President Mr David Delicata, Ms Cauchi Delia MIA CEO and Mr Jean Paul Debono, the Chair of the MIA Young Members Group , the main topics that this event shall focus on are the changes upon the latest VAT Rules, Cryptocurrencies taxation and Anti Money Laundering (AML).

      OBJECTIVES OF THE SESSION

      After the session, attendees will be more updated on some of the three fastest changing fields, within the Profession, through experts in the respective areas.

      TOPICS ON THE AGENDA

      - VAT: Intro to the VAT e-commerce package; presented by Mr Jonathan Pace, Indirect Taxation Supervisor at Deloitte Malta and member of the MIA Young Members Group and  Ms Ritianne Zammit Indirect Taxation Supervisor at Deloitte Malta.
      The session shall, in particular, cover the four main VAT legislative changes which came into force as from 1 July 2021, in relation to:
      • Intra Community Distance Sales
      •  Distance sales of imported goods
      •  B2C supplies of services
      •  Online marketplaces which facilitate distance sales
      - Crypto: Introduction and taxation of cryptocurrencies, by Mr Josef Mercieca, Tax Partner at BDO Malta.
      The session will analyse on a high level the income tax implications of trading and deriving other income from cryptographic tokens. Apart from analysing the tax treatment of payment, utility and security tokens, the session will look into evolving ways of deriving income from cryptocurrencies, including play to earn and staking solutions and
      - AML Considerations presented and debated by Dr YaniKa Pisani Senior Officer at the FIAU,  including FAQs by MIA members.

      TARGET AUDIENCE

      Small-Medium Practitioners, Young Members, Non-members, Students

      SPEAKERS' PROFILE

      Dr. Yanika Pisani is a Senior Officer within the Guidance and Outreach Legal Affairs Section of the FIAU, which team is responsible for identifying and responding to the guidance needs of subject persons. Yanika joined the FIAU in 2018 and primarily holds experience within the remote gaming sector. Since joining the FIAU, she has been involved in various AML/CFT projects across multiple industry sectors. As part of her work, Yanika also represents the FIAU by participating in outreach efforts among the private and public sector and provides training on AML/CFT.
      Yanika studied law at the University of Malta and is a warranted lawyer. She is also a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS).
      Mr Josef Mercieca is a Tax Partner at BDO. Josef holds a first degree in Accounting and has worked with one of the Big Audit firms in Malta for four years, three years of which heading the indirect tax section of the firm. He also acted as the Tax Director for one of the longest established small audit firms for nearly six years where he headed both the direct and indirect tax department.
      Josef is a member of the Malta Institute of Accountants (MIA) and the Malta Institute of Management and has lectured and delivered seminars and training on topics relating to VAT, local and international tax on various occasions, both in Malta and abroad. Josef was one of the contributing authors in “Principles of VAT Law” the first-ever local publication on VAT in Malta and regularly authors articles on taxation. He used to lecture Advanced Taxation (P6) and Taxation (F6) with Richard Clarke Academy. He also provides lectures to various institutions and associations. Josef has a broad experience in advising local and foreign clients in the setup of tax-efficient structures, in particular, involving international tax, capital gains tax, property transfer taxed and duty on documents and transfers.
      Jean Paul Debono is the managing partner at the firm. He is a Certified Public Accountant and Practicing Auditor. He is specialised in accounts, taxation and financial reporting and has extensive experience in servicing local and international clients across a wide range of industry sectors. Before founding Debono & Associates, a multi-disciplinary firm offering audit, accounting and tax consultancy services, Jean Paul worked with various medium sized firms servicing both domestic and international clients. Jean Paul has an all-round grasp and knowledge of commercial affairs in Malta and is routinely involved in effective business decision making, advising on corporate structure, corporate finance and on the preparation of business plans. Jean Paul is a member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), The Malta Institute of Accountants and The Malta Institute of Taxation. He achieved a distinction in the Professional Certificate in Taxation by the Malta Institute of Taxation. Jean Paul is currently the Chairman of the MIA Young Members Committee and sits on the SMP Advisory Committee. He also represents the Malta Institute of Accountants as a Leader of Accountancy Europe Young Leaders.
      Mr Jonathan Pace has been active in the local tax and financial services industry since 2014 and is currently a Supervisor within the Deloitte Malta Indirect Tax practice focusing on the provision of indirect tax advisory services to a wide range of both domestic and international clients. Having attained the ACCA qualification in 2016, Jonathan is an accountant by profession and a member of the Malta Institute of Accountants. Jonathan also forms part of the young members focus group within the Malta Institute of Accountants and also delivers specialized indirect tax training on a number of topics, mainly to operators of the financial services and remote gaming industries.
      Ms Ritianne Zammit is a supervisor within Deloitte Malta Indirect Tax practice mainly involved in indirect tax compliance and advisory services for both local and international clients. She is also involved in various tax due diligence engagements and M&A transactions. She joined Deloitte in 2018 after graduating with a Master in Accountancy from the University of Malta while also holding a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Economics. In 2019, she obtained a Diploma in Taxation from the Malta Institute of Taxation. Ritianne is a member of the Malta Institute of Accountants and the Malta Institute of Taxation.

      EVENT CPE COMPETENCES

      2  Hours Core

      online TERMS AND CONDITIONS

      Terms and conditions apply.

      DISCLAIMER

      By Registering and/or Booking for this event, you agree that MIA will collect your information, who will be using it as per the MIA Privacy Policy for CPE Events. Please read the MIA’s Privacy Notice for CPE Events in its entirety which can be found at this link. By accepting to participate in this event you accept that MIA shall process personal data in accordance with this Privacy Notice.
      If registration is being affected by a company or other corporate entity on behalf of an attendee or the registering company or other corporate entity supplies to the MIA personal data of third parties, such as of employees, affiliates, management companies or service providers, the registering company or other corporate entity shall be solely responsible for making sure that the provision of such data to the MIA fully complies with applicable laws and the relevant person in regard to whom the data relates has been provided with the necessary information at law regarding the MIA’s processing of his personal data.
      Any information notices, consents or other applicable requirements that may be required to be fulfilled for the provision of third party data to the MIA shall be borne solely by the registering company or other corporate entity. The registering company or other corporate entity hereby fully indemnifies the MIA and shall render the MIA completely harmless against all costs, damages or liability of whatsoever nature resulting from any claims or litigation (instituted or threatened) by any third party against the MIA as a result of the provision of any third party personal data to the MIA by the registering company or other corporate entity.
      The Malta Institute of Accountants may take photos during this event. These images will be used by the Institute to share news about the event in newsletters, the Annual Report, The Accountant journal and printed publicity. Photos can also be published on MIA’s Facebook, Linkedln and Twitter. Such images may be used to publicise future events of the same nature and for reporting purposes.


      • 3 Nov 2021
      • 13:30 - 15:30
      • Online Webinar
      Register
      Registration Time: 13:15
      Sessions Time: 13.30 - 15.30 
      Speaker: Mr Georges Xuereb
      Venue: Online Webinar
      Participation Fees (The Institute is now accepting payments via Paypal)
      MIA Members: €28.00
      Non-MIA Members: €50.00
      Retired Members: €15.00
      Students: €20.00
      *Group bookings for 3 or more participants available.

      Background Information

      IAS 37 Provisions, Contingent Liabilities and Contingent Assets outlines the accounting for provisions (liabilities of uncertain timing or amount), together with contingent assets (possible assets) and contingent liabilities (possible obligations and present obligations that are not probable or not reliably measurable). Provisions are measured at the best estimate of the expenditure required to settle the present obligation, and reflects the present value of expenditures required to settle the obligation where the time value of money is material.
      IAS 2 Inventories contains the requirements on how to account for most types of inventory. The standard provides guidance for determining the cost of inventories and for subsequently recognising an expense, including any write-down to net realisable value. It also provides guidance on the cost formulas that are used to assign costs to inventories

      Objectives of the Session

      By the end of the training session the participants will obtain an understanding of:
      • the definitions of a provision, contingent liability and contingent asset, and the recognition, measurement and disclosure requirements of such under IAS 37; and
      • the scope of the standard, the measurement of inventories and the acceptable methods of determining cost.

      Topics on the Agenda

      • IAS 37 Provisions, Contingent Liabilities and Contingent Assets
      • IAS 2 Inventories

      Target audience

      This course will be of benefit to Practitioners in industry, students and all those in the profession.

      Speakers profile

      Georges Xuereb is a Certified Public Accountant and forms part of the Accounting Advisory Services team at KPMG Malta, holding the role of a Senior Manager and providing technical IFRS advice and assistance to local and foreign clients operating in various industries. Georges also delivers technical training on IFRS matters internally and to his clients, and lectures the Financial Reporting (FR) and Strategic Business Reporting (SBR) modules which form part of the ACCA qualification.

      EVENT CPE COMPETENCES

      2 Hour Core 

      WEBINAR TERMS AND CONDITIONS

      Terms and conditions apply

      DISCLAIMER

      By Registering and/or Booking for this event, you agree that MIA will collect your information, who will be using it as per the MIA Privacy Policy for CPE Events. Please read the MIA’s Privacy Notice for CPE Events in its entirety which can be found at this link. By accepting to participate in this event you accept that MIA shall process personal data in accordance with this Privacy Notice.
      If registration is being affected by a company or other corporate entity on behalf of an attendee or the registering company or other corporate entity supplies to the MIA personal data of third parties, such as of employees, affiliates, management companies or service providers, the registering company or other corporate entity shall be solely responsible for making sure that the provision of such data to the MIA fully complies with applicable laws and the relevant person in regard to whom the data relates has been provided with the necessary information at law regarding the MIA’s processing of his personal data.
      Any information notices, consents or other applicable requirements that may be required to be fulfilled for the provision of third party data to the MIA shall be borne solely by the registering company or other corporate entity. The registering company or other corporate entity hereby fully indemnifies the MIA and shall render the MIA completely harmless against all costs, damages or liability of whatsoever nature resulting from any claims or litigation (instituted or threatened) by any third party against the MIA as a result of the provision of any third party personal data to the MIA by the registering company or other corporate entity.
      The Malta Institute of Accountants may take photos during this event. These images will be used by the Institute to share news about the event in newsletters, the Annual Report, The Accountant journal and printed publicity. Photos can also be published on MIA’s Facebook, Linkedln and Twitter. Such images may be used to publicise future events of the same nature and for reporting purposes.


      • 4 Nov 2021
      • 13:30 - 16:45
      • Online Webinar
      Register
      Registration Time: 13:15 
      Sessions Time: 13:30 - 16.45 incl 15min break
      Speaker: Mr Saviour Bezzina
      Venue: Online Webinar
      Participation Fees (The Institute is now accepting payments via Paypal)
      MIA Members: €40.00
      Non-MIA Members: €75.00
      Retired Members: €20.00
      Students: €30.00
      *Group bookings for 3 or more participants available.

      Background Information

      Insurance and financial services are two thriving sectors of the Maltese economy which give rise to numerous transactions carried out by Maltese and foreign entities involved in these sectors. Such transactions are likely to trigger Maltese VAT implications in some shape or form including registration, compliance, chargeability, filing and other implications. Hence it is of utmost importance that one is aware of any Maltese VAT implications arising from such transactions in order to take the appropriate actions in a timely and correct manner. Failure to do so might prove to be costly resulting in potential incorrect pricing, under/over declaration of output/input VAT, late registrations/invoicing/filing and other implications.

      Objectives of the Session

      The objective of the session is to identify the main provisions in the Maltese VAT Act Cap.406 of the Laws of Malta and the EU VAT Directive 2006/112/EC applicable to these sectors and discuss the correct manner in which such provisions are to interpreted from a Maltese VAT perspective. In order to do so, apart from the respective legislations, reference will also be made to relevant CJEU Cases, VAT Department Guidelines, Council Implementing Regulations and other relevant literature.

      Topics on the Agenda

      • Background Information (inc. Transaction types: Domestic vs Cross Border Transactions)
      • Taxable Person (inc. funds, holding companies, directorships,)
      • Goods or Services (inc. disbursements/recharge of costs)
      • Place of supply (inc. B2B vs B2C, Exceptions vs General Rules)
      • VAT Exemptions (inc. conditions to be satisfied)
      • VAT Chargeability (inc. Reverse Charge Mechanism)
      • Right of Refund
      • VAT Registration Obligations (Arts 10, 11, 12 and VAT Grouping)

        Target audience

        This course is ideal both to experienced personnel (directors, accountants, lawyers, financial professionals, accounting students, financial staff) who have been working in the sectors for a number of months/years (who may need to brush up their technical knowledge or fill in certain gaps and clarify certain issues relating to certain transactions) as well as newcomers in the respective sectors (who have an opportunity to get a very good theoretical and practical understanding of the main applicable VAT concepts) .

        Speakers profile

        Saviour Bezzina is a Senior Manager responsible for indirect tax matters at the EY Malta office and forms part of EY’s Global Indirect Tax Network as a local knowledge contact. He joined EY in July 2006 after obtaining the Bachelor of Accountancy (Hons.) from the University of Malta. He is a member of the Malta Institute of Accountants, holds a Diploma in VAT compliance and lectures regularly on VAT and indirect tax matters. Saviour Bezzina is a Senior Manager responsible for indirect tax matters at the EY Malta office and forms part of EY’s Global Indirect Tax Network as a local knowledge contact. He joined EY in July 2006 after obtaining the Bachelor of Accountancy (Hons.) from the University of Malta. He is a member of the Malta Institute of Accountants, holds a Diploma in VAT compliance and lectures regularly on VAT and indirect tax matters. Saviour was awarded the 2007 MIA prize as the best student who graduated in the Bachelor of Accountancy (Hons) Degree Course Group 2004/2006.

        EVENT CPE COMPETENCES

        3 Hour Core

        WEBINAR TERMS AND CONDITIONS

        Terms and conditions apply

        DISCLAIMER

        By Registering and/or Booking for this event, you agree that MIA will collect your information, who will be using it as per the MIA Privacy Policy for CPE Events. Please read the MIA’s Privacy Notice for CPE Events in its entirety which can be found at this link. By accepting to participate in this event you accept that MIA shall process personal data in accordance with this Privacy Notice.
        If registration is being affected by a company or other corporate entity on behalf of an attendee or the registering company or other corporate entity supplies to the MIA personal data of third parties, such as of employees, affiliates, management companies or service providers, the registering company or other corporate entity shall be solely responsible for making sure that the provision of such data to the MIA fully complies with applicable laws and the relevant person in regard to whom the data relates has been provided with the necessary information at law regarding the MIA’s processing of his personal data.
        Any information notices, consents or other applicable requirements that may be required to be fulfilled for the provision of third party data to the MIA shall be borne solely by the registering company or other corporate entity. The registering company or other corporate entity hereby fully indemnifies the MIA and shall render the MIA completely harmless against all costs, damages or liability of whatsoever nature resulting from any claims or litigation (instituted or threatened) by any third party against the MIA as a result of the provision of any third party personal data to the MIA by the registering company or other corporate entity.
        The Malta Institute of Accountants may take photos during this event. These images will be used by the Institute to share news about the event in newsletters, the Annual Report, The Accountant journal and printed publicity. Photos can also be published on MIA’s Facebook, Linkedln and Twitter. Such images may be used to publicise future events of the same nature and for reporting purposes.


        • 9 Nov 2021
        • 13:30 - 15:30
        • Online Webinar
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        Registration Time: 13.15
        Session Time: 13:30 - 15:30 No Break
        Speaker: Mr Matthew Abela
        Venue: Online Webinar 

        Participation Fees (The Institute is now accepting payments via Paypal)
        MIA Members: €28.00
        Non-MIA Members: €50.00
        Retired Members: €15.00
        Students: €20.00
        *Group bookings for 3 or more participants available.

        BACKGROUND INFORMATION
        The seminar will discuss Auditing as a consistently evolving subject matter. One important and increasingly critical point in Auditing is IT Auditing which is perched to continue/increasingly serve as a pivotal tool for Audit Professionals.

        OBJECTIVES OF THE SESSION

        The seminar will take the audience through the basics of IT Audit and what this subject matter means to the Audit Profession. It will also serve as a reference point for Professionals and students interested in the field of studies and suggests further steps in developing a purely IT Audit/Hybrid Auditor role.

        TOPICS ON THE AGENDA

        • What is IT Audit?
        • IT Audit: part of a financial/statutory audit.
        • IT Audit: beyond financial audits.
        • The basics of IT Audit.
        • Opportunities in IT Audit.
        • Starting a career path in IT Audit.

        Target audiencE

        This seminar is intended for members of the Profession interesting in expanding on their IT Audit skillset and perhaps exploring an IT Audit focused career path.

        Speakers profile

        Matthew Abela CPA(PC), MIA, M.Accty, B.Com
        Matthew Abela is a warranted Accountant and a hybrid Financial and IT Auditor. He is an approved person and holds approved positions both locally and outside of the Maltese jurisdiction, Matthew is well versed in various fields, particularly in Financial Services, Gaming and Asset Management. Matthew’s career has on numerous occasions taken him beyond Malta, where he has worked on engagements in various countries, including periods outside of Europe.
        Matthew sits on several committees in various organisations, including the Malta Institute of Accountant’s Digitalisation and IT Committee. After successfully completing his accounting studies with a Master in Accountancy, Matthew is currently sitting for his second Master of Science in Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology at the University of Malta.

        EVENT CPE COMPETENCES

        2 Hour Core

        WEBINAR TERMS AND CONDITIONS

        Terms and conditions apply

        DISCLAIMER

        By Registering and/or Booking for this event, you agree that MIA will collect your information, who will be using it as per the MIA Privacy Policy for CPE Events. Please read the MIA’s Privacy Notice for CPE Events in its entirety which can be found at this link. By accepting to participate in this event you accept that MIA shall process personal data in accordance with this Privacy Notice.
        If registration is being affected by a company or other corporate entity on behalf of an attendee or the registering company or other corporate entity supplies to the MIA personal data of third parties, such as of employees, affiliates, management companies or service providers, the registering company or other corporate entity shall be solely responsible for making sure that the provision of such data to the MIA fully complies with applicable laws and the relevant person in regard to whom the data relates has been provided with the necessary information at law regarding the MIA’s processing of his personal data.
        Any information notices, consents or other applicable requirements that may be required to be fulfilled for the provision of third party data to the MIA shall be borne solely by the registering company or other corporate entity. The registering company or other corporate entity hereby fully indemnifies the MIA and shall render the MIA completely harmless against all costs, damages or liability of whatsoever nature resulting from any claims or litigation (instituted or threatened) by any third party against the MIA as a result of the provision of any third party personal data to the MIA by the registering company or other corporate entity.
        The Malta Institute of Accountants may take photos during this event. These images will be used by the Institute to share news about the event in newsletters, the Annual Report, The Accountant journal and printed publicity. Photos can also be published on MIA’s Facebook, Linkedln and Twitter. Such images may be used to publicise future events of the same nature and for reporting purposes.


        • 10 Nov 2021
        • 13:30 - 16:45
        • Online Webinar
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        Registration Time: 13.15
        Session Time: 13.30 - 16.45 incl 15min break
        Speaker: Ing.Justin Mizzi
        Venue: Online Webinar 

        Participation Fees (The Institute is now accepting payments via Paypal)
        MIA Members: €40.00
        Non-MIA Members: €75.00
        Retired Members: €20.00
        Students: €30.00
        *Group bookings for 3 or more participants available.

        BACKGROUND INFORMATION
        “Property valuation may rightfully be designated as the heart of all real estate activity. In fact, valuation is the heart of all economic activity. Everything we do as individuals or as groups of individuals in business or as members of society evolves about and is influenced by the concept of value.” - Ring, 1970
        Whilst the role of accountants in real estate valuation and advisory is growing, Periti remain the main profession to conduct valuations in Malta, being the official valuers for several purposes such as secured lending, insurance and all statutory purposes. As a result, accountants and auditors often consult with periti in property valuations, especially for financial reporting purposes and divisions, mergers and acquisitions.

        OBJECTIVES OF THE SESSION

        The main objective of this session is to create a better synergy between accountants/auditors with Periti so they can both provide a better service to their clients through more professional, transparent and detailed valuation reports in line with valuation standards and best practice.
        In the first part of the session, we will discuss the valuation profession and sector, both locally and abroad. We will discuss the main valuation purposes in Malta and the different professions who value property in Malta with special emphasis on the Perit. We will investigate the role of the Perit in real estate valuations and advisory, their competences and limitations, including the limitations of valuing property in Malta.
        In the second part of the session we will look into valuation standards and terms of engagements for property valuations, and discuss where they fit in in the full valuation process.

        TOPICS ON THE AGENDA

        • The profession and sector: Property valuations globally and in Malta. A brief history of valuations in Malta leading up to the current context. Which professions value property in Malta? What are the limitations of valuing property in Malta?
        • The Perit as a valuer: What is a Perit? Where do they fit in in real estate valuation and advisory in Malta? For which valuation purposes are periti required to do valuations in Malta? What are the competences & limitations of Periti as a valuers? When do other professionals such as accountants and estate agents need to be roped in?
        •  Property valuation standards: What are they and what do they include? Which ones are used in Malta?
        • Understanding and defining the brief through a terms of engagements. What should a client and/or auditor/accountant consider when writing a terms of engagement for valuation services?

        Target audience

        • Auditors and accounting professionals
        • Other users of real estate valuations such as Periti and estate agents
        • Members of Investment and Audit committees, CEOs, CFOs, Financial Controllers
        • Other clients of valuations such as property developers and investors.

        Speakers profile

        Justin Mizzi is an academic at heart who is passionate about real estate. He works as a property valuer at Archi+, an architecture firm based in Malta, and holds a Masters of Architecture and Conservation. He is currently working on a PhD on the valuation of commercial real estate in Malta.
        Besides his studies and his role as a valuer, he collaborates with the Malta Chamber on the Investment Forum, provides his own private course on property valuations and is a part-time lecturer at Dhalia real estate services.

        EVENT CPE COMPETENCES

        3 Hour Core

        WEBINAR TERMS AND CONDITIONS

        Terms and conditions apply

        DISCLAIMER

        By Registering and/or Booking for this event, you agree that MIA will collect your information, who will be using it as per the MIA Privacy Policy for CPE Events. Please read the MIA’s Privacy Notice for CPE Events in its entirety which can be found at this link. By accepting to participate in this event you accept that MIA shall process personal data in accordance with this Privacy Notice.
        If registration is being affected by a company or other corporate entity on behalf of an attendee or the registering company or other corporate entity supplies to the MIA personal data of third parties, such as of employees, affiliates, management companies or service providers, the registering company or other corporate entity shall be solely responsible for making sure that the provision of such data to the MIA fully complies with applicable laws and the relevant person in regard to whom the data relates has been provided with the necessary information at law regarding the MIA’s processing of his personal data.
        Any information notices, consents or other applicable requirements that may be required to be fulfilled for the provision of third party data to the MIA shall be borne solely by the registering company or other corporate entity. The registering company or other corporate entity hereby fully indemnifies the MIA and shall render the MIA completely harmless against all costs, damages or liability of whatsoever nature resulting from any claims or litigation (instituted or threatened) by any third party against the MIA as a result of the provision of any third party personal data to the MIA by the registering company or other corporate entity.
        The Malta Institute of Accountants may take photos during this event. These images will be used by the Institute to share news about the event in newsletters, the Annual Report, The Accountant journal and printed publicity. Photos can also be published on MIA’s Facebook, Linkedln and Twitter. Such images may be used to publicise future events of the same nature and for reporting purposes.


        • 12 Nov 2021
        • 09:30 - 11:00
        • Online Webinar
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        Registration Time: 09:15
        Sessions Time: 09.30 - 11.00 (No Break)
        Speaker: Mr Georges Xuereb
        Venue: Online Webinar
        Participation Fees (The Institute is now accepting payments via Paypal)
        MIA Members: €20.00
        Non-MIA Members: €40.00
        Retired Members: €10.00
        Students: €15.00
        *Group bookings for 3 or more participants available.

        Background Information

        IAS 20 Accounting for Government Grants and Disclosure of Government Assistance outlines how to account for government grants and other assistance. Government grants are recognised in profit or loss on a systematic basis over the periods in which the entity recognises expenses for the related costs for which the grants are intended to compensate, which in the case of grants related to assets requires setting up the grant as deferred income or deducting it from the carrying amount of the asset. IAS 20 also prescribes disclosure requirements which need to be presented in the financial statements for those entities in receipt of government grants and which are applying IAS 20.

        Objectives of the Session

        Ensure correct treatment of government grants and assistance and Compliance with applicable standards.
        Members will gain Knowledge and practical guidance
        Non Members will gain Knowledge and better understanding of requests from accountants and auditors

        Topics on the Agenda

        - Applying IAS 20:
        • what must be recognised? How?
        • what must be disclosed? How?
        - What is not covered by IAS 20?

        Target audience

        Public sector: Accountants, Auditors and other finance professionals, Auditors and accountants of companies in receipt of government grants and assistance Accountants of companies in receipt of government grants and assistance

        Speakers profile

        Georges Xuereb is a Certified Public Accountant and forms part of the Accounting Advisory Services team at KPMG Malta, holding the role of a Senior Manager and providing technical IFRS advice and assistance to local and foreign clients operating in various industries. Georges also delivers technical training on IFRS matters internally and to his clients, and lectures the Financial Reporting (FR) and Strategic Business Reporting (SBR) modules which form part of the ACCA qualification.

        EVENT CPE COMPETENCES

        1.5 Hours Core 

        WEBINAR TERMS AND CONDITIONS

        Terms and conditions apply

        DISCLAIMER

        By Registering and/or Booking for this event, you agree that MIA will collect your information, who will be using it as per the MIA Privacy Policy for CPE Events. Please read the MIA’s Privacy Notice for CPE Events in its entirety which can be found at this link. By accepting to participate in this event you accept that MIA shall process personal data in accordance with this Privacy Notice.
        If registration is being affected by a company or other corporate entity on behalf of an attendee or the registering company or other corporate entity supplies to the MIA personal data of third parties, such as of employees, affiliates, management companies or service providers, the registering company or other corporate entity shall be solely responsible for making sure that the provision of such data to the MIA fully complies with applicable laws and the relevant person in regard to whom the data relates has been provided with the necessary information at law regarding the MIA’s processing of his personal data.
        Any information notices, consents or other applicable requirements that may be required to be fulfilled for the provision of third party data to the MIA shall be borne solely by the registering company or other corporate entity. The registering company or other corporate entity hereby fully indemnifies the MIA and shall render the MIA completely harmless against all costs, damages or liability of whatsoever nature resulting from any claims or litigation (instituted or threatened) by any third party against the MIA as a result of the provision of any third party personal data to the MIA by the registering company or other corporate entity.
        The Malta Institute of Accountants may take photos during this event. These images will be used by the Institute to share news about the event in newsletters, the Annual Report, The Accountant journal and printed publicity. Photos can also be published on MIA’s Facebook, Linkedln and Twitter. Such images may be used to publicise future events of the same nature and for reporting purposes.


        • 16 Nov 2021
        • 29 Nov 2021
        • 3 sessions
        • Online Webinar
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        Registration Time:13:15
        Sessions Time: 13:30 - 16:45
        Speaker: Mr John Debattista and Mr. Paul Zammit
        Venue: Online Webinar
        Participation Fees (The Institute is now accepting payments via Paypal)
        MIA Members: €115.00
        Non-MIA Members: €220.00
        Retired Members: €55.00
        Students: €85.00

        Background Information

        Local small and medium-sized companies are allowed to apply simplified accounting regulations (General Accounting Principles for Small and Medium-Sized Entities, commonly referred to as GAPSME), rather than International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), for accounting periods commencing on or after 1 January 2016.

        OBJECTIVES OF THE SESSION

        This 9-hour seminar, split over three sessions, aims to provide attendees with a practical understanding of the applicability and application of General Accounting Principles for Small and Medium-Sized Entities (GAPSME). All sections included in the legislation, with the exception of consolidation techniques, will be covered. Any relevant differences between IFRS and GAPSME shall also be pointed out as we cruise through the different topics. Numerous examples are expected to support the attendees’ understanding. The session will not cover the applicability of GAPSME.

        Topics on the agenda

        1.Revenue
        2.Property, Plant and Equipment
        3.Investment Property
        4.Financial Assets, Financial Liabilities and Equity
        5.Investments in Subsidiaries, Associates and Joint Ventures
        6.Intangible Assets other than Goodwill
        7.Impairment of Assets
        8.Government Grants
        9.Leases
        10.Inventories
        11.Income Taxes
        12.Provisions and Contingencies
        13.Foreign Currency Translation
        14.Post Balance Sheet Events
        15.Related Party Disclosures
        16.Discontinued Operations and Assets Held For Sale

        TARGET AUDIENCE

        The training course is specifically targeted to accounting professionals and students, especially those who are pursuing or intend to pursue a career in audit or financial reporting

        SPEAKER'S PROFILE

        John Debattista is a Certified Public Accountant and Registered Auditor. John is one of the founding partners at Zampa Debattista and heads the Audit and Assurance function and the firm’s IFRS Advisory Technical team.
        John lectures the Corporate modules at the final stages of the ACCA and ACA course for the ICAEW, Institute Chartered of Accountants for England and Wales. John is also a speaker in various audit and accounting seminars delivered by a number of institutes in Malta. He also lectures the Diploma in IFRS (DipIFR).
        John sits on a number of MIA committees namely, the audit, financial reporting and SMP committees.
        Paul Zammit joined Zampa Debattista in January 2017. Paul graduated from the University of Malta after completing the Bachelor of Accountancy (Honours) Degree in 2008. Paul commenced his career in audit and switched to accountancy in 2012. He spent most of his time in accountancy managing a portfolio of international clientele, before joining Zampa Debattista’s accounts department in 2017. After a few months, Paul decided to accept the internal opportunity to specialise in technical matters and increase his proficiency in reporting standards. Paul is currently involved in technical accounting and advisory assignments, whilst training and assisting internal staff and external people on IFRS technical matters. 

        EVENT CPE COMPETENCES

        9 Hours Core 

        Webinars TERMS AND CONDITIONS

        Terms and conditions  apply

        DISCLAIMER

        By Registering and/or Booking for this event, you agree that MIA will collect your information, who will be using it as per the MIA Privacy Policy for CPE Events. Please read the MIA’s Privacy Notice for CPE Events in its entirety which can be found at this link. By accepting to participate in this event you accept that MIA shall process personal data in accordance with this Privacy Notice.
        If registration is being affected by a company or other corporate entity on behalf of an attendee or the registering company or other corporate entity supplies to the MIA personal data of third parties, such as of employees, affiliates, management companies or service providers, the registering company or other corporate entity shall be solely responsible for making sure that the provision of such data to the MIA fully complies with applicable laws and the relevant person in regard to whom the data relates has been provided with the necessary information at law regarding the MIA’s processing of his personal data.
        Any information notices, consents or other applicable requirements that may be required to be fulfilled for the provision of third party data to the MIA shall be borne solely by the registering company or other corporate entity. The registering company or other corporate entity hereby fully indemnifies the MIA and shall render the MIA completely harmless against all costs, damages or liability of whatsoever nature resulting from any claims or litigation (instituted or threatened) by any third party against the MIA as a result of the provision of any third party personal data to the MIA by the registering company or other corporate entity.
        The Malta Institute of Accountants may take photos during this event. These images will be used by the Institute to share news about the event in newsletters, the Annual Report, The Accountant journal and printed publicity. Photos can also be published on MIA’s Facebook, Linkedln and Twitter. Such images may be used to publicise future events of the same nature and for reporting purposes.


        • 17 Nov 2021
        • 13:30 - 16:45
        • Online Webinar
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        Registration Time: 13:15
        Sessions Time: 13:30 - 16:45 incl 15min break
        Speaker: Mr Mark Galea
        Venue: Onine Webinar

        Participation Fees (The Institute is now accepting payments via Paypal)
        MIA Members: €40.00
        Non-MIA Members: €75.00
        Retired Members: €20.00
        Students: €30.00

        Background Information

        Heroic Challenge Management’ (HCM) was introduced at the ‘International Journal of Art and Science’ conference in Budapest in 2019, and in a publication of the ‘International Journal of Business and Management Studies’. The building blocks were presented at a conference in Rome in 2018 in a conference proceeding.  
        HCM is proposed by Galea et al. (2019) as a model of management that assisted the researcher to tackle a tough situation that he went through: the loss of his father at a young age and having to manage his family business. Its roots are the ‘Magical Formula’: Values, Inspiration and Passion. The concept is thus a response to a tough situation faced when managing the day-to-day affairs of a company. Galea et al. (2019) refer to the fact that his father contributed to the formation of the concept by being a strong inspiration for the researcher. Galea et al. (2018) is the underlying document that presents the foundation and ingredients of the concept.
        The researcher is currently investigating how HCM can be applied in Maltese Business Education Accounting Classroom. The aim of this study is to explore how HCM is manifest in the teaching and learning of the accounting subject and how it can be infused in the accounting business education syllabus. Ultimately the application of HCM to Accounting.

        Objectives of the Session

        • To understand the meaning of Leadership, Management and Entrepreneurship
        • To understand what Heroic Challenge Management (HCM) stands for
        • To understand the meaning of Teamwork

        Topics on the AgendA

        • Leadership
        • Entrepreneurship
        • Management
        • The Magical Formula: Values, Inspiration and Passion
        • The Case of Haartland and Co.
        • The application to the Maltese Business Education Classroom

        TARGET AUDIENCE

        Accountants, Economists, Managers, Insurance Brokers, Stock Brokers and people working in a company setting and business Students.

        Speakers profile

        Mark Galea is a  Shareholder and a Managing Partner of a family business called Haartland and Co., which owns a portfolio of property for Long-Let. He worked in this business for the past five years, taking care of its Management, Administration and Financial Accounts. He is carrying out Academic research about Leadership applied to Business. He graduated from Accountancy at the University of Malta.  He also graduated from the International Business Master’s Program at the University of Warsaw, also having completed an Erasmus exchange at the University of Bologna. He has been carrying out Visiting Lecturing and Master Thesis Supervision at the University of Malta. Also having been a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Bologna twice. He took part actively in two academic conferences in both Rome and Budapest, where he presented the development of Heroic Challenge Management (HCM), which has been recognized and published in the International Business and Management Studies Journal.

        EVENT CPE COMPETENCES

        3 Hours Professional

        WEBINAR TERMS AND CONDITIONS

        Terms and conditions apply

        DISCLAIMER

        By Registering and/or Booking for this event, you agree that MIA will collect your information, who will be using it as per the MIA Privacy Policy for CPE Events. Please read the MIA’s Privacy Notice for CPE Events in its entirety which can be found at this link. By accepting to participate in this event you accept that MIA shall process personal data in accordance with this Privacy Notice.
        If registration is being affected by a company or other corporate entity on behalf of an attendee or the registering company or other corporate entity supplies to the MIA personal data of third parties, such as of employees, affiliates, management companies or service providers, the registering company or other corporate entity shall be solely responsible for making sure that the provision of such data to the MIA fully complies with applicable laws and the relevant person in regard to whom the data relates has been provided with the necessary information at law regarding the MIA’s processing of his personal data.
        Any information notices, consents or other applicable requirements that may be required to be fulfilled for the provision of third party data to the MIA shall be borne solely by the registering company or other corporate entity. The registering company or other corporate entity hereby fully indemnifies the MIA and shall render the MIA completely harmless against all costs, damages or liability of whatsoever nature resulting from any claims or litigation (instituted or threatened) by any third party against the MIA as a result of the provision of any third party personal data to the MIA by the registering company or other corporate entity.
        The Malta Institute of Accountants may take photos during this event. These images will be used by the Institute to share news about the event in newsletters, the Annual Report, The Accountant journal and printed publicity. Photos can also be published on MIA’s Facebook, Linkedln and Twitter. Such images may be used to publicise future events of the same nature and for reporting purposes.


        • 18 Nov 2021
        • 13:30 - 15:00
        • Online Webinar
        Register
        Registration Time: 13.15
        Sessions Time: 13.30 - 15.00 (1.5 Hrs with no break)
        Speaker: Ms Jessica Stivala & Ms Sarah Deonne Micallef
        Venue: Online Webinar
        Participation Fees (The Institute is now accepting payments via Paypal)
        MIA Members: €20.00
        Non-MIA Members: €40.00
        Retired Members: €10.00
        Students: €15.00
        *Group bookings for 3 or more participants available.

        Background Information

        This training session provides a background of the financial resources requirements which Insurance Intermediaries shall adhere to at all times in terms of Insurance legislation and rules, focusing also on obligations arising from ‘Monies held in a Fiduciary Capacity’. Moreover, the session will also provide an overview of the compilation of the Business of Insurance Intermediaries Statements including new templates capturing the aspect of Credit Risk Transfer. The duty of the approved auditor to report and disclose in it’s statement on compliance with requirements specified by the Insurance Distribution Rules will be covered. Finally, it also captures the regulatory reporting deadlines insofar as insurance intermediaries are concerned and latest regulatory updates in particular to the Amendments to Chapter 4 and Chapter 10 of the Insurance Distribution Rules.

        Objectives of the session

        - Ensuring Compliance with Insurance Distribution Rules issued under the Insurance Distribution Act (CAP.487)
        - Updates carried out in the Business of Insurance Intermediaries Statements
        - Role of the Approved Auditor in terms of reporting

        TOPICS ON THE AGENDA

        • Ongoing financial obligations applicable to Insurance Intermediaries (Own Funds, Credit Risk Transfer Agreement, Fidelity Bond)
        • Monies held in a Fiduciary Capacity
        • Amendments to Chapter 4 and Chapter 10 of the Insurance Distribution Rules – Financial Implications
        • Compiling Business of Insurance Intermediaries Statements (including new templates capturing Credit Risk Transfer)
        • Regulatory Submissions – Regulatory deadlines and Completeness

        Target Audience

        Tied Insurance Intermediaries, Insurance Intermediaries, Insurance Intermediaries – Finance Function, Compliance Officers, Approved Auditors
        Speakers' Profiles
        Jessica Stivala is a Senior Manager within the Insurance and Pensions Supervision function of the MFSA. Since joining the Authority in 2012, Jessica has been involved in and led onsite inspections, desktop reviews, analysis and investigations, predominantly as part of the supervision of the insurance market. Additionally, she has served on a number of MFSA working groups and participates in EIOPA’s committees and Expert networks in the areas of quantitative requirements, audit and accounting. Prior to joining the Authority, she held the position of an Assurance Senior with a Big Four firm wherein she has gained professional experience in auditing. Jessica is a Qualified Public Accountant and holds a Bachelors (Honours) degree from the University of Malta as well as a Masters Degree in Accountancy. She is also a Fellow Member of the Malta Institute of Accountants.
        Sarah Deonne Micallef is a Senior Analyst who joined the Malta Financial Services Authority (‘MFSA’) in June 2019 and has been involved in onsite and offsite supervision of Insurance companies. Prior to joining the MFSA, Sarah worked for 4 years with a Big Four firm, wherein she occupied the role of a senior auditor, with a profile of predominantly insurance clients. Sarah has an Accounting and Insurance background, having studied both areas at an undergraduate level, and completed her Master in Accountancy. Sarah is a qualified accountant and auditor by profession.

        EVENT CPE COMPETENCES

        1.5 Hours Core 


        WEBINARS TERMS AND CONDITIONS


        Terms and conditions  apply


        DISCLAIMER


        By Registering and/or Booking for this event, you agree that MIA will collect your information, who will be using it as per the MIA Privacy Policy for CPE Events. Please read the MIA’s Privacy Notice for CPE Events in its entirety which can be found at this link. By accepting to participate in this event you accept that MIA shall process personal data in accordance with this Privacy Notice.
        If registration is being affected by a company or other corporate entity on behalf of an attendee or the registering company or other corporate entity supplies to the MIA personal data of third parties, such as of employees, affiliates, management companies or service providers, the registering company or other corporate entity shall be solely responsible for making sure that the provision of such data to the MIA fully complies with applicable laws and the relevant person in regard to whom the data relates has been provided with the necessary information at law regarding the MIA’s processing of his personal data.
        Any information notices, consents or other applicable requirements that may be required to be fulfilled for the provision of third party data to the MIA shall be borne solely by the registering company or other corporate entity. The registering company or other corporate entity hereby fully indemnifies the MIA and shall render the MIA completely harmless against all costs, damages or liability of whatsoever nature resulting from any claims or litigation (instituted or threatened) by any third party against the MIA as a result of the provision of any third party personal data to the MIA by the registering company or other corporate entity.
        The Malta Institute of Accountants may take photos during this event. These images will be used by the Institute to share news about the event in newsletters, the Annual Report, The Accountant journal and printed publicity. Photos can also be published on MIA’s Facebook, Linkedln and Twitter. Such images may be used to publicise future events of the same nature and for reporting purposes.


        • 19 Nov 2021
        • 09:15 - 12:30
        • Online Webinar
        Register
        Registration Time: 09.00
        Session Time: 09.15 - 12.30 incl 15min break
        Speaker:  Mr Michael J Agius & Mr Wayne Zerafa
        Venue: Online Webinar
        Participation Fees (The Institute is now accepting payments via Paypal)
        MIA Members: €40.00
        Non-MIA Members: €75.00
        Retired Members: €20.00
        Students: €30.00
        *Group bookings for 3 or more participants available.

        BACKGROUND INFORMATION
        Following a number of amendments, IFRS 3 was introduced in 2004 – effective for any business combinations on or after 31 March 2004. In January 2008, IASB issues an updated IFRS 3, effective for business combinations on or after the beginning of the first annual period beginning on or after July 2009. In 2019, the IASB issues Definition of Business amendments to IFRS 3, effective for business combinations for which the acquisition date is on or after the beginning of the first annual period beginning on or after 1 January 2020 and to asset acquisitions that begin on or after the beginning of that period. Narrow scope amendments help companies determine whether an acquisition made is of a business or a group of assets.

        OBJECTIVE OF THE SESSION

        To provide an overview of the standard and recent amendments to the standard. Furthermore, the session shall also provide a walkthrough of various business combination examples.

        TOPICS ON THE AGENDA

        • Scope of IFRS 3: IFRS 3 applies to business combinations, but does not apply to joint ventures, acquisition of an asset or group of assets that is not in business, common control transactions, acquisitions under IFRS 10
        • Identifying a business combination - difference in accounting between combinations and asset acquisitions
        • The acquisition method: identifying an acquirer, identifying an acquisition date, recognition and measurement principles to accounting for acquired assets and liabilities, measurement of goodwill, measurement of NCI (fair value or proportionate), step acquisitions
        • Clarification of what is a business: An integrated set of activities and assets that is capable of being conducted and managed for the purpose of providing goods or services to customers, generating investment income (such as dividends or interest) or generating other income from ordinary activities, as defined by IFRS 
        • Related transactions and subsequent accounting: contingent consideration, pre-existing relationships and reacquired rights, contingent payments to employees and shareholders
        • Optional concentration test: IFRS 3, paragraph B7B sets out the criteria for the 'concentration test' to apply. The key driver is that substantially all of the fair value of the gross assets acquired must be concentrated in a single identifiable asset or group of similar identifiable assets.
        • Disclosure requirements: disclosure of information about current business combinations, disclosure of information about adjustments of past business combinations.
        • Recent amendments.
        • Practical examples

        Target audience

        Financial controllers, CFOs and Accountancy and Audit firms

        Speakers profile

        Michael J Agius – Michael holds a Bachelor (Hons.) in Economics from the University of Malta and is also a qualified accountant after completing his ACCA qualification in 2016. In 2018 Michael also completed, with High Honours, the Advanced Valuation Certificate from New York University – Leonard N. Stern School of Business taught by Professor Aswath Damodaran.
        Michael joined Grant Thornton in 2014 and specialises in corporate finance. His work is mainly revolved around business and asset valuations, and assistance with raising finance, both through bank finance as well as capital markets.
        Michael forms part of the transaction advisory team at Grant Thornton where he services a varied portfolio of clients in different sectors, ranging from hospitality, healthcare, real estate, retail, renewable energy, and information technology. Throughout the years Michael was involved in a variety of corporate finance engagements, these mainly include:
        Business, asset, intangible, and real estate valuations
        Review of valuations
        Assistance with raising finance on capital markets
        Financial due diligence reports
        Balance sheet and debt restructuring
        Assisting clients with delineating financial strategies
        Impairment reviews
        Corporate finance disposals and acquisitions
        Risk and scenario stress testing analysis
        Financial modelling and preparation of financial projections.
        Wayne Zerafa - Wayne is an Executive at Grant Thornton engaged in the Transaction Advisory Services, a department specialising in corporate finance. He holds a Masters degree in Accountancy from the University of Malta Wayne assists clients in the preparation of financial statements in accordance with IFRS and other applicable frameworks, and also works on a number of IFRS advisory projects regarding the applicability of accounting standards to various client transactions and restructuring projects.

        EVENT CPE COMPETENCES

        3 Hour Core

        WEBINAR TERMS AND CONDITIONS

        Terms and conditions apply

        DISCLAIMER

        By Registering and/or Booking for this event, you agree that MIA will collect your information, who will be using it as per the MIA Privacy Policy for CPE Events. Please read the MIA’s Privacy Notice for CPE Events in its entirety which can be found at this link. By accepting to participate in this event you accept that MIA shall process personal data in accordance with this Privacy Notice.
        If registration is being affected by a company or other corporate entity on behalf of an attendee or the registering company or other corporate entity supplies to the MIA personal data of third parties, such as of employees, affiliates, management companies or service providers, the registering company or other corporate entity shall be solely responsible for making sure that the provision of such data to the MIA fully complies with applicable laws and the relevant person in regard to whom the data relates has been provided with the necessary information at law regarding the MIA’s processing of his personal data.
        Any information notices, consents or other applicable requirements that may be required to be fulfilled for the provision of third party data to the MIA shall be borne solely by the registering company or other corporate entity. The registering company or other corporate entity hereby fully indemnifies the MIA and shall render the MIA completely harmless against all costs, damages or liability of whatsoever nature resulting from any claims or litigation (instituted or threatened) by any third party against the MIA as a result of the provision of any third party personal data to the MIA by the registering company or other corporate entity.
        The Malta Institute of Accountants may take photos during this event. These images will be used by the Institute to share news about the event in newsletters, the Annual Report, The Accountant journal and printed publicity. Photos can also be published on MIA’s Facebook, Linkedln and Twitter. Such images may be used to publicise future events of the same nature and for reporting purposes.


        • 24 Nov 2021
        • 25 Nov 2021
        • 2 sessions
        • Online Webinar
        Register
        This 3-hour event is spread over two days with two sessions of 1.5 hours each. It is recommended that you attend for both sessions.
        Registration Time: 09.15
        Session Time: 09.30 - 11.00 
        Speakers:  Mr Neville Aquilina, Dr Mariella Grech, Dr Alessia Carbone, Ms Gabrielle Caligari-Conti
        Venue: Online Webinar
        Participation Fees : Free 

        BACKGROUND INFORMATION
        The National Interest (Enabling Powers) Act (NIA) provides for the direct applicability of all UN, EU and National sanctions without the need of any further legislation. The Sanctions Monitoring Board is established by the said Act and is the national body responsible for ensuring the enforcement of sanctions by both Government and private sectors. It is incumbent on every person to be vigilant and abide by sanctions at all times. On that premise, Subject Persons have an added duty to have appropriate screening tools in place to ensure the constant monitoring of their client databases and adherence to applicable sanctions in accordance with article 17(6) of the NIA.

        OBJECTIVE OF THE SESSION

        The sessions are intended as outreach for Accountants and related professionals on sanctions obligations emanating from the NIA. It will delve into the obligations incumbent on subject persons in terms of screening and record keeping obligations, the grey areas of sanctions implementation and proliferation financing.  Representatives of the Sanctions Unit will be at hand to answer any questions one may have on sanctions implementation encountered in the course of one’s duty.

         AGENDA

        Session 1:
        • Sanctions opening remarks 
        • Initiatives in the field of sanctions/ sanctions cases
        • Screening obligations 
        • Q&A 
          Session 2:
          • The Grey areas  of sanctions (ownership and control, sanctions regimes of other countries) 
          • Proliferation  financing
          • Q & A

          Speakers' profileS

          Mr Neville Aquilina: In his capacity as Chair, of the Sanctions Monitoring Board (SMB), Director General Neville Aquilina was at the forefront in the drafting of the new “Sanctions Law” that governs, among others, the scope of the SMB. Achievements in the field include the setting up of the Central Mediterranean Security Initiative, the Malta proposal at the IMO relating to Flag State Responsibilities in the Enforcement of UN Sanctions and efforts to promote public private partnerships with a view to secure the island as a leading jurisdiction in sanctions implementation and compliance.
          Dr Mariella Grech is the Secretary of the Sanctions Monitoring Board. She has participated in various outreach events organised by the SMB and has assisted the setting up of the Join Economic Financial Sanctions Implementation Task Force (JEFSI). Dr Grech is a graduate in law.
          Dr. Alessia Carbone joined the diplomatic corps in 2016. She was posted to the Permanent Representative of Malta to the European Union, where she was the RELEX Counsellor, the working group which deals with sanctions at the EU level.
          Ms Gabrielle Caligari-Conti is a European law graduate. She joined the Ministry for Foreign and European Affairs in 2019 as Manager within the Sanctions Unit and handles sanctions compliance and queries as part of her day-to-day duties.

          EVENT CPE COMPETENCES

          1.5 Hours Core per session

          WEBINAR TERMS AND CONDITIONS

          Terms and conditions apply

          DISCLAIMER

          By Registering and/or Booking for this event, you agree that MIA will collect your information, who will be using it as per the MIA Privacy Policy for CPE Events. Please read the MIA’s Privacy Notice for CPE Events in its entirety which can be found at this link. By accepting to participate in this event you accept that MIA shall process personal data in accordance with this Privacy Notice.
          If registration is being affected by a company or other corporate entity on behalf of an attendee or the registering company or other corporate entity supplies to the MIA personal data of third parties, such as of employees, affiliates, management companies or service providers, the registering company or other corporate entity shall be solely responsible for making sure that the provision of such data to the MIA fully complies with applicable laws and the relevant person in regard to whom the data relates has been provided with the necessary information at law regarding the MIA’s processing of his personal data.
          Any information notices, consents or other applicable requirements that may be required to be fulfilled for the provision of third party data to the MIA shall be borne solely by the registering company or other corporate entity. The registering company or other corporate entity hereby fully indemnifies the MIA and shall render the MIA completely harmless against all costs, damages or liability of whatsoever nature resulting from any claims or litigation (instituted or threatened) by any third party against the MIA as a result of the provision of any third party personal data to the MIA by the registering company or other corporate entity.
          The Malta Institute of Accountants may take photos during this event. These images will be used by the Institute to share news about the event in newsletters, the Annual Report, The Accountant journal and printed publicity. Photos can also be published on MIA’s Facebook, Linkedln and Twitter. Such images may be used to publicise future events of the same nature and for reporting purposes.


          • 30 Nov 2021
          • 13:30 - 15:30
          • Online Webinar
          Register
          Registration Time: 13:15
          Sessions Time: 13:30 - 15:30  No break
          Speaker: Ms Rachel Falzon
          Venue: Online Webinar
          Participation Fees (The Institute is now accepting payments via Paypal)
          MIA Members: €28.00
          Non-MIA Members: €50.00
          Retired Members: €15.00
          Students: €20.00
          *Group bookings for 3 or more participants available.

          BACKGROUND INFORMATION

          This 2-hour session delves into different facets of mental health: from different mental health challenges, building personal resilience and prioritising self-care and being more mindful of others who might be struggling

          OBJECTIVES OF THE SESSION

          By the end of the 2-hour session, participants will be better able to understand the impact of multiple stressors in our daily life; have an overview of aspects of mental health challenges; understand how to build personal resilience and understand the need for self-care; detect when others may be struggling from mental health challenges and what to do about it

          TOPICS FOR THE SESSION

          •Topics on the agenda:
          •The importance of mental health
          •Stress Management
          •Building Resilience
          •Self-care
          •Supporting others

          TARGET AUDIENCE

          All managers and employees who would like more insights into the importance of being mindful of own and other’s mental health.

          SPEAKER'S PROFILE

          Rachel Falzon holds an MBA from Henley Business School, University of Reading with a specialisation in HR. She has held positions as Director of Studies, Business Development and Communications Manager, Strategic HR Consultant, Change Management specialist and Advisory Manager with one of the Big Four.
          She is the founder of ReWired HR Consultants. She focuses on HR, learning and development interventions and Change Management with a view to empowering people and futureproofing organisations to become more resilient in the face of modern day challenges and digital disruption. She recently became a Mental Health First Aider with Richmond Foundation

          EVENT CPE COMPETENCES

          2 Hours Professional

          TERMS AND CONDITIONS

          Terms and conditions apply.

          DISCLAIMER

          By Registering and/or Booking for this event, you agree that MIA will collect your information, who will be using it as per the MIA Privacy Policy for CPE Events. Please read the MIA’s Privacy Notice for CPE Events in its entirety which can be found at this link. By accepting to participate in this event you accept that MIA shall process personal data in accordance with this Privacy Notice.
          If registration is being affected by a company or other corporate entity on behalf of an attendee or the registering company or other corporate entity supplies to the MIA personal data of third parties, such as of employees, affiliates, management companies or service providers, the registering company or other corporate entity shall be solely responsible for making sure that the provision of such data to the MIA fully complies with applicable laws and the relevant person in regard to whom the data relates has been provided with the necessary information at law regarding the MIA’s processing of his personal data.
          Any information notices, consents or other applicable requirements that may be required to be fulfilled for the provision of third party data to the MIA shall be borne solely by the registering company or other corporate entity. The registering company or other corporate entity hereby fully indemnifies the MIA and shall render the MIA completely harmless against all costs, damages or liability of whatsoever nature resulting from any claims or litigation (instituted or threatened) by any third party against the MIA as a result of the provision of any third party personal data to the MIA by the registering company or other corporate entity.
          The Malta Institute of Accountants may take photos during this event. These images will be used by the Institute to share news about the event in newsletters, the Annual Report, The Accountant journal and printed publicity. Photos can also be published on MIA’s Facebook, Linkedln and Twitter. Such images may be used to publicise future events of the same nature and for reporting purposes.


          • 1 Dec 2021
          • 09:15 - 12:30
          • Online Webinar
          Registration Time: 09:00
          Sessions Time: 09.15 - 12:30 (including a 15 minute coffee break)
          Speaker: 


          Venue: Online Webinar


          Participation Fees (The Institute is now accepting payments via Paypal)
          MIA Members: €40.00
          Non-MIA Members: €75.00
          Retired Members: €20.00
          Students: €30.00
          *Group bookings for 3 or more participants available.
          BACKGROUND INFORMATION
          The course will outline the duties and obligations of CSPs from a regulatory as well as AML perspective and will also delve into the details of the MFSA's new rulebook. We will delve into the duties and obligations of the Board, the MLRO and CO as well as new functions which are being outlined by the new CSP Act.
          OBECTIVES OF THIS SESSION
          • Understanding the duties & obligations of CSPs
          • Understanding AML requirements
          • Understanding the need for policies & procedures
          • Understanding the changes which came into play
          TOPICS ON THE AGENDA
          • The new CSP Act
          • The Duties & Obligations of CSPs
          • The Role of the Board of Directors
          • The Role of the Compliance Officer and MLRO;
          • Internal Audit and Risk Management Function

          TARGET AUDIENCE

          Company Service Providers, Accountants and Lawyers.
          SPEAKER'S PROFILE

          EVENT CPE COMPETENCES

          3 Core

          Webinars TERMS AND CONDITIONS

          Terms and conditions  apply

          DISCLAIMER

          By Registering and/or Booking for this event, you agree that MIA will collect your information, who will be using it as per the MIA Privacy Policy for CPE Events. Please read the MIA’s Privacy Notice for CPE Events in its entirety which can be found at this link. By accepting to participate in this event you accept that MIA shall process personal data in accordance with this Privacy Notice.
          If registration is being affected by a company or other corporate entity on behalf of an attendee or the registering company or other corporate entity supplies to the MIA personal data of third parties, such as of employees, affiliates, management companies or service providers, the registering company or other corporate entity shall be solely responsible for making sure that the provision of such data to the MIA fully complies with applicable laws and the relevant person in regard to whom the data relates has been provided with the necessary information at law regarding the MIA’s processing of his personal data.
          Any information notices, consents or other applicable requirements that may be required to be fulfilled for the provision of third party data to the MIA shall be borne solely by the registering company or other corporate entity. The registering company or other corporate entity hereby fully indemnifies the MIA and shall render the MIA completely harmless against all costs, damages or liability of whatsoever nature resulting from any claims or litigation (instituted or threatened) by any third party against the MIA as a result of the provision of any third party personal data to the MIA by the registering company or other corporate entity.
          The Malta Institute of Accountants may take photos during this event. These images will be used by the Institute to share news about the event in newsletters, the Annual Report, The Accountant journal and printed publicity. Photos can also be published on MIA’s Facebook, Linkedln and Twitter. Such images may be used to publicise future events of the same nature and for reporting purposes.


          • 2 Dec 2021
          • 09:15 - 12:30
          • Online Webinar
          Register
          Registration Time: 09.00
          Sessions Time: 09:15 - 12:30 incl 15min break
          Speaker: Mr Kenneth Cremona
          Venue: Online Webinar

          Participation Fees (The Institute is now accepting payments via Paypal)
          MIA Members: €40.00
          Non-MIA Members: €75.00
          Retired Members: €20.00
          Students: €30.00

          Background Information

          This session will give a detailed walkthrough of the various VAT considerations parties dealing with immovable property should be aware of. The general rule is that immovable property is exempt from VAT. However there are transactions which may be considered to be debatable, while naturally others which are chargeable for vat purposes as per the specific exceptions dealing with immovable property. Hence, this session will discuss the definitions and scope of the exemption. In the absence of clear-cut legislative definitions, we will refer to CJEU case law and domestic practice and guidelines. The treatment of input VAT will also be evaluated, and moreover, the possible utilisation of partial attribution.

          Objectives of the Session

          • A refresher on the basic VAT concepts, as preparation for the delivery. 
          • Understanding immovable property transactions that are chargeable/not chargeable for VAT purposes. 
          •  Analysing the rights of input VAT deductions for companies operating in this industry.
          • Discussion on the applicability of partial attribution • Working out a practical example focusing on this industry.

          Topics on the Agenda

          • Refresher on core principles of VAT 
          • Analysing the VAT activities within scope of the VAT exemption 
          • The right for input VAT deductions and partial attribution 
          • A practical example focusing on this industry

          Target audience

          Accountants and prospective accountants, tax lawyers, tax practitioners, as well as business owners and self-employed persons

          Speakers profile

          Kenneth Cremona graduated with a Master in Accountancy from the University of Malta in 2015. Kenneth joined RSM Malta in 2016, initially working on Income Tax Compliance dealing with clients established in multiple industries including Gaming, Immovable Property, Investments, Pharmaceuticals and Retail. During 2019, he specialised in VAT advisory and was promoted to a Supervisory role within the firm. Kenneth is also a CPA warrant holder and received the Professional Certificate in Taxation issued by the Malta Institute of Taxation in 2017.

          EVENT CPE COMPETENCES

          3 Hour Core

          WEBINAR TERMS AND CONDITIONS

          Terms and conditions apply

          DISCLAIMER

          By Registering and/or Booking for this event, you agree that MIA will collect your information, who will be using it as per the MIA Privacy Policy for CPE Events. Please read the MIA’s Privacy Notice for CPE Events in its entirety which can be found at this link. By accepting to participate in this event you accept that MIA shall process personal data in accordance with this Privacy Notice.
          If registration is being affected by a company or other corporate entity on behalf of an attendee or the registering company or other corporate entity supplies to the MIA personal data of third parties, such as of employees, affiliates, management companies or service providers, the registering company or other corporate entity shall be solely responsible for making sure that the provision of such data to the MIA fully complies with applicable laws and the relevant person in regard to whom the data relates has been provided with the necessary information at law regarding the MIA’s processing of his personal data.
          Any information notices, consents or other applicable requirements that may be required to be fulfilled for the provision of third party data to the MIA shall be borne solely by the registering company or other corporate entity. The registering company or other corporate entity hereby fully indemnifies the MIA and shall render the MIA completely harmless against all costs, damages or liability of whatsoever nature resulting from any claims or litigation (instituted or threatened) by any third party against the MIA as a result of the provision of any third party personal data to the MIA by the registering company or other corporate entity.
          The Malta Institute of Accountants may take photos during this event. These images will be used by the Institute to share news about the event in newsletters, the Annual Report, The Accountant journal and printed publicity. Photos can also be published on MIA’s Facebook, Linkedln and Twitter. Such images may be used to publicise future events of the same nature and for reporting purposes.


          • 3 Dec 2021
          • 09:15 - 12:30
          • Online Webinar
          Register
          Registration Time: 09.00
          Sessions Time: 09:15 - 12:30 incl 15min break
          Speaker: Dr Jeanette Calleja Borg
          Venue: Onine Webinar

          Participation Fees (The Institute is now accepting payments via Paypal)
          MIA Members: €40.00
          Non-MIA Members: €75.00
          Retired Members: €20.00
          Students: €30.00

          Background Information

          These seminars are designed to assist anybody who has decided venture in self-employment and would like to know all the taxation implications, including registration requirements and how to complete necessary documentation

          Objectives of the Session

          Obligations with regards to payment of social security both personal and on behalf of employees
          Obligations for a direct tax perspective
          Overview of VAT obligations
          Overview of completing the tax return

          Topics on the AgendA

          • Introduction
          • Registration with Jobs plus
          • Registration with the social security department
          • Registration for taxation purposes
          • Registration of any employees

          TARGET AUDIENCE

          Self employed individuals and people who do not have or only have a basic knowledge of taxation.

          Speakers profile

          Dr. Jeanette Calleja Borg is a practitioner in the area of tax compliance with over 18 years experience. She read for a Bachelor of Commerce, a Bachelor of Accountancy (Hons.), a Masters in Financial Services from the University of Malta and subsequently a Ph.D in Taxation from the School of Law, within the Centre for Commercial Legal Studies at Queen Mary, University of London. Her area of research was Cross Border Group Loss Relief in the EU. Dr. Calleja Borg has also been a guest researcher at the Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law in Vienna. Dr. Jeanette Calleja Borg is a member of the Malta Institute of Taxation Council a Member the Malta Institute for Accountants and sits on the direct tax committees of both institutes.

          EVENT CPE COMPETENCES

          3 Hour Core

          WEBINAR TERMS AND CONDITIONS

          Terms and conditions apply

          DISCLAIMER

          By Registering and/or Booking for this event, you agree that MIA will collect your information, who will be using it as per the MIA Privacy Policy for CPE Events. Please read the MIA’s Privacy Notice for CPE Events in its entirety which can be found at this link. By accepting to participate in this event you accept that MIA shall process personal data in accordance with this Privacy Notice.
          If registration is being affected by a company or other corporate entity on behalf of an attendee or the registering company or other corporate entity supplies to the MIA personal data of third parties, such as of employees, affiliates, management companies or service providers, the registering company or other corporate entity shall be solely responsible for making sure that the provision of such data to the MIA fully complies with applicable laws and the relevant person in regard to whom the data relates has been provided with the necessary information at law regarding the MIA’s processing of his personal data.
          Any information notices, consents or other applicable requirements that may be required to be fulfilled for the provision of third party data to the MIA shall be borne solely by the registering company or other corporate entity. The registering company or other corporate entity hereby fully indemnifies the MIA and shall render the MIA completely harmless against all costs, damages or liability of whatsoever nature resulting from any claims or litigation (instituted or threatened) by any third party against the MIA as a result of the provision of any third party personal data to the MIA by the registering company or other corporate entity.
          The Malta Institute of Accountants may take photos during this event. These images will be used by the Institute to share news about the event in newsletters, the Annual Report, The Accountant journal and printed publicity. Photos can also be published on MIA’s Facebook, Linkedln and Twitter. Such images may be used to publicise future events of the same nature and for reporting purposes.


          • 14 Dec 2021
          • 09:15 - 12:30
          • Online Webinar
          Register
          Registration Time: 09.00
          Sessions Time: 09:15 - 12:30 incl 15min break
          Speakers: Ms Janise Aquilina & Ms Rachel Calleja
          Venue: Onine Webinar

          Participation Fees (The Institute is now accepting payments via Paypal)
          MIA Members: €40.00
          Non-MIA Members: €75.00
          Retired Members: €20.00
          Students: €30.00

          Background Information

          Within the gaming sector, one will come across various technical gaming jargon which ultimately impact the way in which accountants carry out their work. They also necessitate a number of specific reconciliations to be performed to ensure holistic, transparent and accurate accounting. This training session will delve into a number of industry specifics to actively understand the foundations of accounting within the gaming industry, including licensing requirements, VAT implications and the reconciliations that need to be performed.

          Objectives of the Session

          The objective of this training session is to gain a further understanding of the fundamental principles of accounting within the gaming sector. Attendees will advance their knowledge of the gaming terminology and gaming transactions of any licensed gaming company.

          Topics on the AgendA

          • Gaming Terminology
          • Licences issued by the MGA
          • Payment Services Providers
          • Gaming Revenue
          • Direct Costs
          • VAT Implications

          TARGET AUDIENCE

          Individuals currently working within the gaming industry and individuals who wish to gain a better understanding of accounting within the gaming sector

          Speakers' profiles

          Janise Aquilina graduated with a Master in Accountancy from the University of Malta in 2014. Janise joined RSM Malta in 2015 and is a manager within the Outsourcing Department. Over the years, Janise has been responsible and has been exposed to tax compliance and advisory but continued to specialise in accounting and VAT compliance of a large number of clients established within various industries, including retail, investments, pharmaceuticals and gaming. Janise is also a CPA warrant holder.
          Rachel Calleja graduated with a Master in Accountancy from the University of Malta in 2020. Having joined RSM Malta in 2015, Rachel is now a senior accountant within the Outsourcing Department. Within this department, Rachel specialises in accounting and VAT compliance, with a large portfolio of established clients within various industries, particularly, gaming, manufacturing, investments.

          EVENT CPE COMPETENCES

          3 Hours Core

          WEBINAR TERMS AND CONDITIONS

          Terms and conditions apply

          DISCLAIMER

          By Registering and/or Booking for this event, you agree that MIA will collect your information, who will be using it as per the MIA Privacy Policy for CPE Events. Please read the MIA’s Privacy Notice for CPE Events in its entirety which can be found at this link. By accepting to participate in this event you accept that MIA shall process personal data in accordance with this Privacy Notice.
          If registration is being affected by a company or other corporate entity on behalf of an attendee or the registering company or other corporate entity supplies to the MIA personal data of third parties, such as of employees, affiliates, management companies or service providers, the registering company or other corporate entity shall be solely responsible for making sure that the provision of such data to the MIA fully complies with applicable laws and the relevant person in regard to whom the data relates has been provided with the necessary information at law regarding the MIA’s processing of his personal data.
          Any information notices, consents or other applicable requirements that may be required to be fulfilled for the provision of third party data to the MIA shall be borne solely by the registering company or other corporate entity. The registering company or other corporate entity hereby fully indemnifies the MIA and shall render the MIA completely harmless against all costs, damages or liability of whatsoever nature resulting from any claims or litigation (instituted or threatened) by any third party against the MIA as a result of the provision of any third party personal data to the MIA by the registering company or other corporate entity.
          The Malta Institute of Accountants may take photos during this event. These images will be used by the Institute to share news about the event in newsletters, the Annual Report, The Accountant journal and printed publicity. Photos can also be published on MIA’s Facebook, Linkedln and Twitter. Such images may be used to publicise future events of the same nature and for reporting purposes.


          • 15 Dec 2021
          • 13:30 - 16:45
          • Online Webinar
          Register
          Registration Time: 13.15
          Session Time: 13.30 - 16.45 incl 15min break
          Speaker: Mr Mario P Galea
          Venue: Online Webinar 

          Participation Fees (The Institute is now accepting payments via Paypal)
          MIA Members: €40.00
          Non-MIA Members: €75.00
          Retired Members: €20.00
          Students: €30.00
          *Group bookings for 3 or more participants available.

          BACKGROUND INFORMATION
          Auditing is an exercise in communication from the word go. In the case of statutory audits, the first communication event is with the predecessor in the case of a continuing business. We are here concentrating mainly on the change of auditors and communication in the form of clearance by the exiting auditor to the prospective auditor.
          Another major communication event is the auditor’s report to the shareholders or members, as more commonly known, about the stewardship of the directors to whom they delegate the running of the business in which they have invested. This major communication takes the form of a professional opinion on the truth and fairness, or fair presentation of the financial statements presented by the directors.
          In this session we will be analysing in detail the ultimate purpose of the audit in the form of the audit report and the relevance of audit clearance at the pre-engagement phase which also has a bearing on the quality of audit reports by the incoming auditor.
          Audit clearance is part of the client acceptance procedures of every auditor. The quality of the relationship with the directors and the quality of the reporting to the shareholders depends largely on the care applied at the acceptance stage. Inadequate acceptance procedure increases the audit risk that is the risk of faulty expression of the audit opinion.

          OBJECTIVES OF THE SESSION

          • To engage the audience in thinking out of the box about the relevance of each and every step of the audit process to the finality of the audit report.
          • Practitioners tend to approach audit as a series of processes without necessarily thinking about the impact of each step on the audit report which is the determination and culmination of the audit work. The session helps the listener to appreciate the merits of each step with particular emphasis on auditor clearance especially in these times of heavy regulation where it is easy to slip into a compliance mentality without sufficient judgement.
          • A reminder to audit practitioners that their most important tool which is their professional judgement applied along the way throughout the audit remains of utmost importance for the protection of their work and the auditing profession.
          • To emphasize the importance of auditing holistically rather than disjointly, that is one step determines the extent and effort of the succeeding step in line with the audit equation. This increases the audit efficiency and mitigates the audit risk.
          • To emphasize the finality of the auditor’s report in the spirit of point 4 of the Introduction to ISA 700 which states that ‘The auditor’s report should contain a clear expression of the auditor’s opinion on the financial statements.’
          • The audit reports as a means of communication with the shareholders, stakeholders and the public interest
          • The components of the audit report
          • Communication with those charged with governance

          TOPICS ON THE AGENDA

           - The Audit Report
           - Auditor Clearance

          Target audience

          Audit practitioners, Chief Financial Officers, Internal Auditors, Members of Audit Committees, Students of Accountancy.

          Speakers profile

          Mario P Galea is a certified public accountant holding a warrant to practice both as an accountant and as an auditor. Currently practising as a business advisor providing governance oversight and advisory services to businesses and corporations. Serves as an independent non-executive director on the boards and audit committees of various listed companies in the financial and commercial sectors. Mentor and advisor to family businesses. Founder, managing partner and chairman of accountancy and audit firm EY in Malta until retirement in 2012. Specialised in auditing and assurance which he has practiced for 35 years in Malta and abroad. Lectured in auditing, assurance and professional and business ethics and led several training courses. Speaker at various business and professional conferences in Malta and abroad. Assisted businesses in several areas particularly relating to governance, accounting and systems of control. Served as President of the Malta Institute of Accountants and for many years formed part of the Accountancy Board which is the accountancy profession regulator in Malta. Served on various professional committees in Malta and abroad such as the council of the Federation des Experts Comptables (FEE) in Brussels (now Accountancy Europe). Member of the Ethics and Regulatory committees of the Malta Institute of Accountants in Malta.

          EVENT CPE COMPETENCES

          3 Hour Core

          WEBINAR TERMS AND CONDITIONS

          Terms and conditions apply

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          • 16 Dec 2021
          • 09:15 - 12:30
          • Online Webinar
          Register
          Registration Time: 09.00
          Session Time: 09.15 - 12.30 incl 15min break
          Speaker: Mr Ray Micallef
          Venue: Online Webinar

          Participation Fees (The Institute is now accepting payments via Paypal)
          MIA Members: €40.00
          Non-MIA Members: €75.00
          Retired Members: €20.00
          Students: €30.00
          *Group bookings for 3 or more participants available.

          BACKGROUND INFORMATION

          It is becoming increasingly clear that one of the most critical responsibilities of CFOs in coming months will be supporting efforts to build new capabilities and create an environment where the best employees are retained, without overlooking the attitudes and behaviour an organisation needs to reach and withstand its full potential—and raising the bar on talent development! Employee turnover is a major business concern that starts with recruitment. The goal is to hire the best employees who will in time, perform well and stay in an organisation for years to come, but employers and manager cannot neglect their role in keeping team members engaged. Failing to do so results in extremely costly turnover. When it comes to turnover, most people are hyper-focused at the remuneration side of things. However, it is the consequences that fall outside of profit margins that raise the red flags. A focus on capability building is especially relevant now as businesses attempt to rebound from the health and economic effects of COVID-19.1 Think about it: the pandemic has accelerated the use of automation, artificial intelligence, and other digital technologies to enhance or streamline processes. And what about people? Do we consider employees as “easy to replace”? The pandemic has changed the priorities and demands of customers and investors in ways that have not totally revealed themselves yet. And all this is happening as the world of work continues to change rapidly.

          This module intends to discuss the effects of a high employee turnover and the direct and indirect costs, without overlooking the backdrop of the effects of the pandemic.

          TOPICS ON THE AGENDA

          • Discuss what is employee turnover.

          • Illustrate what is the true cost of employee turnover.

          • Identify the factors that contribute to high employee turnover.

          • Show ways on how to reduce employee turnover resulting in better financial results.

          Target audience

          Accountants, Auditors, Entrepreneurs, Practitioners,
          Professionals seeking to enhance their Continuous Professional Development

          Speakers profile

          Mr. Micallef is a business, insurance and healthcare professional with a career spanning ten years in the healthcare sector, and over twenty years of which in insurance and financial services management.
          He is an Associate of the Chartered Insurance Institute (UK) and a Chartered Insurer. He holds a master’s degree in business administration (Henley Management College UK) authoring his theses on “The Key Elements for Growth in the Private Medical Insurance Sector”.
          Mr. Micallef’s experience as an insurance and business trainer spans over 18 years as a visiting lecturer at the Malta Insurance Training Centre, the Global College, The London School of Commerce, STC College, Learnkey Institute, the Gulf Insurance Institute (Bahrain and Saudi Arabia), the Malta Chamber of Commerce (LCCIEB), RISC Institute, Leoron, and Arizona Computer Services pvt. Ltd, delivering customized workshops for various companies in the UAE and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
          Furthermore, he has managed to increase his network of institutions in the Gulf area and has developed and delivered several workshops for a diverse audience in medical insurance and provided tuition for CII subjects in Private Medical Insurance, Claims Management, Economics and Insurance Law. He also lectures Information systems in Business, Economics and Business administration, Business Ethics, Risk Management and Capital Adequacy, and Customer Services.
          Mr Micallef has been lecturing in the GCC region, as a senior lecturer, since 2014, and has accumulated a vast experience in lecturing different Business Strategy, Management, Marketing, Human Resources, Insurance and Supply Chain Management subjects as short or long courses, on behalf of various institutions in the region.

          EVENT CPE COMPETENCES

          3 Hour Professional

          WEBINAR TERMS AND CONDITIONS

          Terms and conditions apply

          DISCLAIMER

          By Registering and/or Booking for this event, you agree that MIA will collect your information, who will be using it as per the MIA Privacy Policy for CPE Events. Please read the MIA’s Privacy Notice for CPE Events in its entirety which can be found at this link. By accepting to participate in this event you accept that MIA shall process personal data in accordance with this Privacy Notice.
          If registration is being affected by a company or other corporate entity on behalf of an attendee or the registering company or other corporate entity supplies to the MIA personal data of third parties, such as of employees, affiliates, management companies or service providers, the registering company or other corporate entity shall be solely responsible for making sure that the provision of such data to the MIA fully complies with applicable laws and the relevant person in regard to whom the data relates has been provided with the necessary information at law regarding the MIA’s processing of his personal data.
          Any information notices, consents or other applicable requirements that may be required to be fulfilled for the provision of third party data to the MIA shall be borne solely by the registering company or other corporate entity. The registering company or other corporate entity hereby fully indemnifies the MIA and shall render the MIA completely harmless against all costs, damages or liability of whatsoever nature resulting from any claims or litigation (instituted or threatened) by any third party against the MIA as a result of the provision of any third party personal data to the MIA by the registering company or other corporate entity.
          The Malta Institute of Accountants may take photos during this event. These images will be used by the Institute to share news about the event in newsletters, the Annual Report, The Accountant journal and printed publicity. Photos can also be published on MIA’s Facebook, Linkedln and Twitter. Such images may be used to publicise future events of the same nature and for reporting purposes.


          • 31 Dec 2021
          • 00:00
          • N/A
          Register
          Buy a bundle of 10 hours of CPE for discounted fees as per below:
          MIA Members: €120.00
          Non-MIA Members: €225.00
          Retired Members: €60.00
          Students: €90.00
          Once you have purchased a bundle, you will be able to book any CPE sessions held in 2021 here, as long as the total amount of hours does not exceed the amount of hours purchased in your bundle.
          Bookings will be processed at the earliest time possible and a confirmation of your booking will be sent via email. Kindly contact the Institute on cpeevents@miamalta.org if a confirmation of your booking is not received after 5 working days.
          The Institute shall keep a record of the hours utilised and you will receive a statement on a monthly basis.
          Terms and conditions apply.
          • 31 Dec 2021
          • 00:01
          • N/A
          Register
          Buy a bundle of 10 hours of CPE for discounted fees as per below:
          MIA Members: €120.00
          Non-MIA Members: €225.00
          Retired Members: €60.00
          Students: €90.00
          Once you have purchased a bundle, you will be able to book any CPE sessions held in 2021 here, as long as the total amount of hours does not exceed the amount of hours purchased in your bundle.
          Bookings will be processed at the earliest time possible and a confirmation of your booking will be sent via email. Kindly contact the Institute on cpeevents@miamalta.org if a confirmation of your booking is not received after 5 working days.
          The Institute shall keep a record of the hours utilised and you will receive a statement on a monthly basis.
          Terms and conditions apply.
          • 31 Dec 2021
          • 00:02
          • N/A
          Register
          Buy a bundle of 10 hours of CPE for discounted fees as per below:
          MIA Members: €120.00
          Non-MIA Members: €225.00
          Retired Members: €60.00
          Students: €90.00
          Once you have purchased a bundle, you will be able to book any CPE sessions held in 2021 here, as long as the total amount of hours does not exceed the amount of hours purchased in your bundle.
          Bookings will be processed at the earliest time possible and a confirmation of your booking will be sent via email. Kindly contact the Institute on cpeevents@miamalta.org if a confirmation of your booking is not received after 5 working days.
          The Institute shall keep a record of the hours utilised and you will receive a statement on a monthly basis.
          Terms and conditions apply.

                       
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