The Malta Independent 17 December 2018, Monday

PKF Malta officials attend trade delegations in Bulgaria, Poland and Japan

Thursday, 9 August 2018, 09:40 Last update: about 5 months ago

PKF Malta Senior Partner George Mangion recently travelled to Sofia where he attended the EMEI Tax meeting which is organised by PKF International. Being a network of independent firms, PKFI is constantly on the lookout to organise various conferences and events for its members and non-members.

After Sofia, Mangion attended a trade delegation to Poland. This trade delegation was organised by the Malta and Poland Chamber of Commerce. During this visit Malta and the Poland Chamber of Commerce signed a Memorandum of Understanding to strengthen business ties in the interest of respective members.

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The mission included a well-attended high-level Poland-Malta Business Forum, which was addressed, among others, by the Minister for the Economy, Investment and Small Business, Chris Cardona and Marcin Ociepa on behalf of Jadwiga Emilewicz, Minister of Entrepreneurship and Technology of Poland and later followed by a B2B meeting between the Maltese and Polish companies.

During these B2B meetings Mangion met with various Blockchain and virtual currencies organisers. The next visit was to a business accelerator called The Heart. This is an organisation which offers assistance to corporations and start-ups to grow and innovate.

During the same week PKF Poland celebrated their 25th company anniversary. They celebrated with various business partners as well as with other PKF firms. PKF Malta was invited for this anniversary and enjoyed a Jubilee Gala with a concert and dinner.

Mangion together with the head of Legal, Dr Marilyn Formosa and Asia Business Development Executive, Yolanda Dong also visited Japan with a business delegation organised by Trade Malta and the Office of the Prime Minister.


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