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After the largesse, expect taxes to balance debt

Author: George Mangion Published on The Malta Independent on 27 April 2021 It comes as no surprise that various governments have dug deep in their pockets (and borrowed hard) to help economies during this pandemic. Is this government’s intervention, aimed to give a stimulus to certain sectors, a sign of rampant protectionism? Economics lecturers remind us of […]



PKF-FPM has been recognised as the 2016 Best Place to Work in the Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards

PKF-FPM has been voted as the best employer in its field in the UK, according to judges at London-based industry publication Accountancy Age and the Best Companies Group. The company, founded nearly a quarter of a century ago, won the Top UK Accountancy Employer Award at the British Accountancy Awards ahead of many other reputed […]

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Navigating The Pandemic Through Bitpod Podcasts

Author: Miriam Sultana – Head of Economics Advisory, PKF Malta Published on Malta Chamber of Commerce Blog – 19th June 2020 Driven by the ever-growing need for innovation, last year PKF Malta founded the initiative “Bitpod” the brainchild of Head of Legal Dr Marilyn Formosa and Senior Partner Mr George M. Mangion. Bitpod is a quasi-lab that seeks […]

Malta News - 24/02/2021

Let us talk about DAC6

Author: George Mangion Published on The Malta Independent on 24 February 2021 DAC6 arose out of Action 12 of the OECD’s base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) project, which recommended that jurisdictions should introduce a regime for the mandatory disclosure of aggressive cross-border tax planning arrangements. The DAC rules, under Directive 2011/16 EU, has requirements for exchanging […]

- 19/02/2021

Post Covid-19: Taking the bull by its horns

Author: George Mangion Published on Malta Business Weekly on 19 February 2021 Castille went on a cheerful mood as it reflected on the latest Moody’s report. This says that irrespective of the slowdown caused by the lockdown and the decimation of the tourist industry, Malta’s economy will be able to recover without significant lasting scars. It augurs […]

- 18/02/2021

MFSA: Retooling, not old wine in new bottles

Author: George Mangion Published on Business Today on 18 February 2021 Retooling the MFSA will enable it to assess the full product financial lifecycle from design to distribution with the real-time power to ban scams as it deems appropriate. The current MFSA structure as a super-regulator has worked fine in the early days of the financial services industry […]

- 16/02/2021

Unicorns, AI and the quest for new vaccines

Author: George Mangion Published on The Malta Independent on Tuesday, 16 February 2021 Let us for a moment take a break from the dull news endlessly telling us about ravages caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The good news is that one can reflect for a moment and contemplate the blessing that humanity will reap from the benign […]