In the Malta Institute of Accountants’ (MIA) latest Annual General Meeting (AGM), David Delicata was elected as the organisation’s new President, replacing outgoing President Fabio Axisa.
Mr Delicata was elected alongside three other Officers of the Council; Vice President Noel Mizzi, Secretary Mark Bugeja, and Treasurer Christian Gravina.
Prior to his appointment, Mr Delicata served as the MIA’s Vice President for two years. The newly-elected President thanked the Council members for their trust while expressing his appreciation towards outgoing President Mr Axisa.
Mr Delicata went on to express his commitment to continue guiding the MIA in elevating the standards of the profession.
Introducing his final AGM, the outgoing President highlighted the MIA’s efforts to strengthen and elevate the quality and standards within the accountancy profession.
“Our voice is considered reliable, relevant, and constructive. Our credibility has been attained through our incessant work with respect to formulation of feedback to formal and informal consultations carried out by all relevant regulatory authorities,” Mr Axisa said.
The organisation’s 57th AGM also saw seven members get elected to its Council. These are as follows: Charmaine Baldacchino, Edmond Brincat, Mark Bugeja, Christian Gravina, Noel Mizzi, Lucienne Pace Ross, and William Spiteri Bailey.
They join Fabio Axisa, Christopher Balzan, David Delicata, Jonathan Dingli, Shawn Falzon, Ivan Grixti, and Annabelle Zammit Pace to make up a 14-member Council.
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