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Events & Collaborations

Every year, PwC Malta holds several events helping you stay informed about recent developments impacting your business and your career as well as connecting you with our experts from the field.

We are always excited and proud to share our experience and expertise on accounting, specialised tax topics, regulatory, technology, digital transformation and other hot topics.

Whilst we may not know where this year will take us, we will still be here offering you a wide range of virtual events. Check out our upcoming events calendar and register now.

Current Events

boardroom excellence

Achieving Boardroom Excellence
Round 2: January to July 2022

A tailored programme dedicated to equipping individuals with the necessary skills and techniques for increasingly demanding board and governance responsibilities.

This programme is specifically designed for professionals with different backgrounds and across varied industries who either form part of board of directors, report to the board, advise the board or are upcoming board members.

Past Events & Collaborations

Global IFRS17 Virtual Event

Global IFRS 17 Virtual Roadshow Series 2021 - Mediterranean Edition

PwC is pleased to bring you a series of IFRS 17 webinars, which we run to support insurers in their implementation of IFRS 17. 

This session was held on 7 July and the main focus was on the Mediterranean Region. During this session we discussed the key IFRS 17 accounting issues faced by small and medium insurers, key audit considerations as well as PwC's IFRS 17 system solutions.


COVID-19 Webcast Series

Intelligent Digital

Unlocking Emerging Tech

kids science

Science in the City

abc vat

ABC of VAT

vat conf

Navigating Change

michel fhrd

FHRD Conference

Contact us

David Valenzia

David Valenzia

Territory Senior Partner, PwC Malta

Tel: +356 2564 6892

Elizabeth Camilleri

Elizabeth Camilleri

Senior Manager, Marketing & Communications, PwC Malta

Tel: +356 2564 6734

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