PwC Malta has strengthened its leadership with the appointment of two new Assurance Directors, Sandra Camilleri and Konrad Borg.
David Valenzia, Territory Senior Partner at PwC Malta, says: “PwC Malta has always been committed to investing in experienced senior professionals across key disciplines. I am, therefore, very proud of these new appointments, which took effect on 1 July 2022. I wish both the best of luck in their new roles.
These appointments will continue to bring our strategy to life and build trust and deliver sustained outcomes.”
Sandra Camilleri has over 20 years of management experience and has worked for the firm both locally and overseas. Sandra is a University of Malta Accountancy graduate and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Certified Accountants (FCCA), a CPA and a registered auditor in Malta. Her client responsibilities consist of a varied portfolio of clients including major local groups of companies operating in diversified sectors and global companies with interests in Malta and overseas. She has considerable experience in leading various large audit assignments, including those of listed entities and public corporations across a number of industries. Her audit portfolio includes clients in the hospitality, manufacturing, and service industries. Sandra has participated actively in the listing process of local entities and was also involved in a number of advisory projects.
Konrad Borg graduated from the University of Malta with a B. Accountancy (Hons) degree in 1999 and is a Fellow of the Malta Institute of Accountants (MIA). Specialising in auditing, accounting and related financial services and risk management, Konrad’s portfolio includes public, listed and private entities in various areas of industry and commerce, including the hospitality and leisure industry, property development, aviation, utilities, wholesale and retail, manufacturing and automotive. He has also been engaged for ad-hoc special assignments mainly relating to due diligence and public offerings. His experience includes consolidation assignments and the continuing obligations of listed entities. Konrad is actively involved in the MIA and was key to the successful implementation of the European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) in the local market, which is one of the mandatory reporting obligations for all listed entities in the EU. Konrad is also a seasoned trainer internally, and externally, in particular, lecturing Advanced Audit and Assurance to ACCA students through the PwC’s Academy.