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Patrick DeBattista has been appointed Associate Director at Grant Thornton Malta.

The Grant Thornton network was founded in 1975, although the Malta firm did not become a Grant Thornton member until 1991.

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The company provides clients – which range from new start-ups to large enterprises – with a full range of services, including but not limited to assurance, corporate, tax, and legal.

Mr DeBattista presently also serves as a Lecturer at the Central Mediterranean Business School (CMBS), where he delivers lectures in financial management and management accounting and finance in partial fulfilment of the ACCA qualification.

Before joining Grant Thornton Malta, Mr DeBattista served as a Senior Manager at RSM MT for just over three years. Between 2017 and 2019, he also served as a Private Equity Associate at Coast2Coast Capital (Pty) Ltd.

Mr DeBattista holds an Executive Master’s degree in Financial Analysis and Finance from the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. He also graduated with a Postgraduate Diploma in Taxation, Direct, Indirect, and International Taxation from the Malta Institute of Taxation in 2011.

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