Mark Bugeja, Managing Partner at Grant Thornton Malta, was elected Vice President of The Malta Institute of Accountants (MIA) during its 58th Annual General Meeting.
Mr Bugeja joined Grant Thornton’s audit and investigations department in 1987 and was admitted partner in 1993. Mr Bugeja specialises in auditing and has extensive experience with high-profile clients in Malta, Italy and other countries.
During the same election, David Delicata was elected to serve a second consecutive term as the institute’s President, while Lucienne Pace Ross and Jonathan Dingli were elected as Secretary and Treasurer respectively.
MIA also elected seven members to its council namely, Fabio Axisa, David Delicata, Jonathan Dingli, Shawn Falzon, Ivan Grixti, Christopher Portelli and Annabelle Zammit Pace, who will be joining current members Charmaine Baldacchino, Edmond Brincat, Mark Bugeja, Noel Mizzi, Lucienne Pace Ross and William Spiteri Bailey.
MIA is considered the voice of the accountancy profession in Malta providing professional guidance, technical support and continuing professional education to about 4,000 accountants.
The organisation forms part of leading international accounting associations and is aims to ensure that professional standards and ethics applied locally meet the requirements of international regulatory bodies.
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