KPMG Malta has appointed long-standing employees Noel Fsadni and Daniel Brincat as Directors, with effect from 1st April 2022.
Mr Fsadni joined the company in 1999 as an IT Administrator within the IT Operations team. He is now leading the same team he joined over 23 years ago.
His career started in technically specialised areas, such as server infrastructure, networking, end user equipment, security, and document management. The company attributed Mr Fsadni’s career evolution to his “dedication, adaptability, and technological innovation.”
“He actively contributes to the internal digital and technological transformation activities within the local firm,” KPMG Malta continued.
Mr Fsadni is currently leading an IT Centre of Excellence and is representing Malta in the IT technical committee, within a KPMG sub-region, that is made up of small island states.
Mr Brincat, on the other hand, joined KPMG Malta in 2010 as an Audit Team Member following the successful completion of his Bachelor of Accountancy (Honours) degree from the University of Malta.
He is an Accountant by profession, holding a Practising Certificate in Auditing, and is also a Fellow Member of the Malta Institute of Accountants (MIA).
Since joining KPMG Malta, Mr Brincat has also worked within the audit function of the Crown Dependencies and Canada offices, thus gaining experience in a variety of industries, particularly financial services and private enterprise.
Nowadays, Mr Brincat is predominantly focused on private enterprise clients, with a broad portfolio of local and international clients across various industries.
Noel Fsadni & Daniel Brincat / KPMG Malta
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