The Malta Independent 15 November 2018, Thursday

New Economic Advisory Services Director for Grant Thornton Malta

Thursday, 8 November 2018, 11:04 Last update: about 7 days ago

Grant Thornton Malta has announced the appointment of Daniel Gravino as director for Economic Advisory Services. Daniel has joined the organisation in a newly created position within the Transaction Advisory Services division, as part of the firm's efforts to expand its service offering for its local and foreign client base.

With extensive experience in economics and data analysis Daniel has the skills necessary to address pertinent issues facing business, government and financial institutions. His work spans several sectors including the public sector, financial services, real estate, health, transport and telecoms. He holds a Master of Science in Economics and Industrial Organisation from the University of Warwick and an MA in Economics from the University of Malta. Daniel is also currently reading for a PhD in Economics from Loughborough University.

ADVERTISEMENT

Prior to joining Grant Thornton, Daniel was a director at the Office for Competition, head (Economic Research) at Malta Enterprise and senior economist at the Economic Policy Department, Ministry for Finance. Daniel also occupied a number of advisory and consultancy roles. He was a member of the European Commission's Working Group on the Methodology to assess Lisbon-related structural reforms; acted as advisor to the Office for Competition on mergers and competition practices and served as consultant to the European Parliament on matters related to corporate tax avoidance. He is also a visiting assistant lecturer at the Economics department of the University of Malta.

Thanks to Grant Thornton's combination of experienced people, sophisticated economic models and access to the right data, the firm offers its clients an unbeatable problem-solving formula. On an international level Grant Thornton International is already broadly recognised as an undisputed leader in economic and data analysis. By combining its local team's experience in economic advisory and access to a 135-global office network, the Malta firm aims to provide the most comprehensive economic and financial analysis of countries, regions, industries and markets.


  • don't miss