ACCA Taxation Malta (TX/F6)


Module Aim:
To develop knowledge and skills relating to the Maltese tax system as applicable to individuals, single companies and groups of companies.

Exam Structure:

The syllabus is assessed by a three hour 15 minute paper-based examination (in June 2019) and by a three-hour computer-based examination (in December 2019).
The exam will be predominantly computational and all questions are compulsory.
– Section A of the exam comprises 15 multiple choice questions of 2 marks each.
– Section B of the exam comprises four 10 mark questions and two 15 mark questions.

The two 15 mark questions will focus on income tax (syllabus area B) and corporate income tax (syllabus area C).
The section A questions and the other questions in section B can cover any areas of the syllabus.

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Roderick Borg, KPMG Malta

Mr. Roderick Borg is an accountant by profession.  He joined the tax function of KPMG after graduating with a first class degree in both the B. Com course and the B. Accty (Hons.) course from the University of Malta. In 2010, Mr Borg was awarded the diploma in taxation with distinction from the Malta Institute of Taxation.   He is currently an Associate Director involved in the provision of direct and indirect tax compliance and advisory services to domestic and international corporate and individual clients. He also delivers lectures in various seminars and professional educational activities relating to taxation matters including taxation modules to students reading for their ACCA qualification.

Kurt Farrugia, KPMG Malta

Kurt is a Manager at KPMG forming part of the firm’s international tax team. As an accountant Kurt joined the tax function of KPMG in 2014 after reading for the Master in Accountancy course at the University of Malta (UoM). He has since completed, with distinction, the Advanced Diploma in International Taxation offered by the Chartered Institute of Taxation and was awarded the Heather Self Medal for placing first globally in the Principles of International Taxation paper.  Kurt is involved in the provision of direct tax compliance and advisory services to domestic and international corporate clients specialising in the areas of Income Tax on Capital Gains, Duty on Documents and Transfers and International Tax. Kurt is also involved in the delivery of technical presentations both to KPMG staff and to clients and has also delivered lectures and tutorials to both ACCA and UoM students.

Ruth Bonnici, KPMG Malta

Ruth is a warranted lawyer and graduated with a Doctor of Laws from the University of Malta in 2016. She read her Advanced Masters in International Taxation at the International Tax Centre, University of Leiden in the Netherlands and graduated cum laude in 2018. In 2015 Ruth joined KPMG Malta and is currently an Assistant Manager within the international tax advisory team, being particularly involved in the provision of direct tax advisory services to international corporate clients. Ruth also regularly delivers classes in various courses relating to international tax.

Louise Grima, KPMG Malta

Louise Grima is an Assistant Manager at KPMG Malta.  She joined KPMG in 2015 after graduating with a Master in Accountancy from the University of Malta and has since worked in direct and indirect taxation assisting clients  established in a number of fields including retailing, gaming, banking, funds amongst others.  Louise was awarded the 2015 MIA Best Student of the Year prize for Master in  Accountancy Group 2013/2015, holds a Diploma in VAT compliance and has successfully completed the Advanced Diploma in International Taxation with an overall distinction. Louise regularly delivers seminars on both direct and indirect taxation.

Faye Gauci Grech, KPMG Malta

Faye is an Assistant Manager in the tax function at KPMG in Malta. She joined KPMG in 2015 after graduating with a Masters in Accountancy from the University of Malta, with an overall distinction. Faye is part of the Income Tax Compliance, Domestic Tax Advisory and Incentive Legislation teams of KPMG. She has advised a number of large domestic companies and also international organisations in various industries. Faye has accumulated extensive knowledge and experience in relation to the compliance matters of local companies which benefit from incentives offered by the Maltese Government and the EU. She also assists in advising and assisting national and multinational clients with their tax compliance matters and their eligibility to benefit from incentives.  Moreover, she has been involved in advising and providing assistance on financing structures and group restructuring, in particular in relation to the setting up of corporate structures in Malta. Faye is a Certified Public Accountant and a member of the Malta Institute of Accountants.

Students Studying for the ACCA qualification through KPMG Learning Academy benefit from a tax credit of 70% of the costs incurred via the Get Qualified Scheme.

Course Features

  • Guided Learning 60 hours
  • Language English
  • Assessments Paper B.Exam