Matthew Abela, Audit Manager at Capstone Group announced that he has been appointed to sit on the Malta Institute of Accountants’ (MIA) Small and Medium Practices Group and Young Members Focus Group for the years 2022 and 2023.

The MIA aims to lead, train, support, and promote its members whilst setting a professional and ethical standard for the benefit of the accountancy profession and the general public.

In total, the institute has 13 different committees and groups. The Small and Medium Practices Group is made up of 19 members and headed by Chairperson Jean Paul Debono and Deputy Chairperson Mark Wirth.

The Young Members Focus Group, on the other hand, is made up of 23 members and headed by Chairperson Dean Micallef and Deputy Chairperson Julia Gingell.

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank my colleagues over at the Digital Committee who have been wonderful to work with over the past two years. Looking forward to continue serving as a representative of the accountancy profession,” Mr Abela wrote on social media.

The Audit Manager has been working at Capstone Group since November 2019, when he joined the company as a Supervisor. He was promoted to Audit Manager in October 2020.

Before joining Capstone group, Mr Abela served as Director of Finance at TSAM and also held a variety of positions at KPMG Malta.

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Matthew Abela / Capstone Group

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