Malta transposed the Anti-Tax-Avoidance-Directive in its national legislation by means of Legal Notice 411 of 2018, which contains four measures in relation to interest limitation, exit taxation, a general anti-abuse rule (GAAR), and a controlled-foreign-company rule (CFC). In addition, towards the end of 2019, Legal Notice 348 of 2019 was enacted, targeting hybrid mismatch arrangements.
Such transposition brought about awareness which companies, irrespective of which business sector they operate, should exercise in order to be compliant with such a revamped tax framework.
The aim of this session is to discuss the measures introduced in detail from a practical perspective.
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Antoinette Scerri obtained her Bachelor of Accountancy Honours Degree from the University of Malta in 2007 and has always been involved in tax advisory and compliance work since then. Antoinette also pursued an international tax course at the International Tax Centre at the University of Leiden, Netherlands, a Diploma in VAT Compliance as well as a Diploma in Taxation. Her focus has always been tax consultancy to both local and international clients operating in various industries including hotels, gaming, blockchain and cypto. During her experience in the tax field, Antoinette was involved in various advisory and compliance projects mainly relating to corporate groups’ restructurings as well as mergers and acquisitions.
Antoinette co-founded Radix Advisory in 2020 where she will continue to pursue her career in tax advisory and compliance services, amongst other related services. Antoinette is a member of the Malta Institute of Taxation and the Malta Institute of Financial Services Practitioners.
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Day 1: 06/07/2021
Start time: 09:30 CEST
End time: 12:45 CEST
Venue: Online Live Session
Phone: +356 27555560 / +356 77555560