Incentive Schemes for Maltese Companies
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Maltese companies may benefit from various incentive schemes which are aimed to incentivise them to undertake investments of various kinds, be it for the growth of the enterprise, diversification, research and development projects and the provision of training programmes to employees amongst others.
This session will provide an overview of the main incentive schemes applicable to Maltese companies which are available through the Malta Enterprise as well as EU funding. This includes an overview of the eligibility criteria for companies to be able to benefit from such schemes and the main concepts to determine the amount of aid which may be provided through such schemes.
The session is aimed at people working in industry and other professionals who are interested in familiarising themselves with the opportunities available by means of incentive schemes for Maltese companies and to be able to identify opportunities to avail of such schemes.
This session intends to provide the attendees with an overview of the main incentive schemes available to Maltese companies, therefore enabling them to identify opportunities in light of the eligibility criteria.
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CPE Hours: This course qualifies for 2 hours of Structured CPE which can be classified as Core Competency. A certificate of attendance will be provided at the end of the session.
Introduction by Doreen Fenech, Partner, Tax Services, KPMG in Malta
Doreen is a Partner in the tax function at KPMG in Malta and has over 18 years experience in tax. In the local sphere, the profile of the client base led by Doreen is usually large/medium sized family businesses and companies in the manufacturing industry as well as a number of public interest entities. Doreen has advised these clients on various taxation matters including group restructuring, capital gains issues, financing structures, real estate transactions, incentives available to the manufacturing industry and succession planning. Doreen has also advised a number of international clients on taxation matters in particular in relation to the setting up of corporate structures to invest in Malta or in foreign countries. Doreen has also significant experience in private individual taxation, international executive services and employment and social security related services and has advised clients both in relation to their personal tax affairs and their business interests and assisted a number of individuals in taking up residence in Malta. Doreen‘s individual clients include various high net worth individuals, non-domiciled individuals, executives and international assignees.
Thomas Zammit, Assistant Manager, Tax- Incentive Legislation, KPMG in Malta
Thomas is an Assistant Manager as part of the tax function of KPMG Malta, having joined during 2016 after completing the Master in Accountancy degree at the University of Malta. He also completed the Advanced Diploma in International Taxation which is awarded by the Chartered Institute of Taxation. Thomas’s role mainly focuses on domestic corporate tax and incentive legislation, whereby he is involved in the provision of tax compliance and tax advisory services to local and international corporate clients across various industries.
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- Guided Learning 2 hours
- Language English