The Malta Independent 15 April 2024, Monday
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Two new partners at RSM Malta

Thursday, 8 March 2018, 10:51 Last update: about 7 years ago

RSM, one of Malta's leading audit, tax and advisory firms has announced the appointment of Timothy Zammit and Gordon Micallef as partners with the firm.  Given their experience, Timothy and Gordon's appointment will further strengthen RSM's corporate structure. Timothy will be responsible for the tax and corporate services unit while Gordon will be responsible for the technology consulting practice of the firm.

While welcoming the new partners to the Board, RSM Malta's managing partner, Maria Micallef said that "we are proud to welcome Timothy and Gordon as partners at RSM Malta. Timothy and Gordon have come through the ranks of the firm and their wealth of experience will help to strengthen our drive to provide quality and holistic services to our clients. Given their leadership qualities the new partners will help to support our growing client base as well as help our staff to continue to develop their skills".


Together with a team of financial and legal professionals, Timothy will be assisting clients with enhancing their fiscal efficiencies through the setting up of companies, special purpose vehicles and corporate restructuring while providing transactional support in acquisitions, mergers and divisions.  Together with his team, Timothy also works on business succession planning while ensuring clients' full compliance with their tax and corporate obligations.

Prior to joining RSM Malta as a tax lawyer in 2010, Timothy served as the head of corporate and tax services at mid-tier firms specialising in international structuring and cross border companies. Timothy read law at the University of Malta having graduated as a doctor of laws in 2005 and called to the bar in 2006. He subsequently read for a Master of Arts in Financial Services from the University of Malta. He is also a member of the Malta Institute of Taxation and Institute of Financial Services Practitioners, sitting on the Tax & EU Affairs sub-committee.

As the leader of the technology consulting practice of the firm, Gordon assists organisations in addressing their digital agenda by guiding the board of directors and executives to develop and execute transformation strategies enabled by technology. Together with his multidisciplinary team of technology, business analysists, and legal specialists, he also delivers managed services to various industries including cyber-security, privacy, regulatory technology and data management.

He joined the firm in 2014 and is a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Information Systems Auditor and holds other certifications in governance of IT, risk management and project management (Prince2). 

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