Tri-Mer announced the appointment of three new Directors – Jennifer Farrugia, Desiree Camilleri Dimech, and Dustin Gauci – within Tri-Mer Audit, the assurance arm of the Group.
Ms Farrugia has over 23 years of experience, many of them as Audit Manager, with HLB Falzon & Falzon, and after that with Tri-Mer following the merger between the two firms. She has ample experience in assisting clients in audit and financial matters.
Ms Camilleri Dimech joined the firm in 2016. Prior to that, she gained valuable experience in one of the ‘Big Four’ audit firms and in other mid-tier firms. She holds a wealth of audit practice experience across a wide range of industry sectors.
Before joining Tri-Mer in 2014, Mr Gauci worked in the banking industry. He brings indispensable technical knowledge as well as experience in various industries to the Group.
“We are very excited by these three new appointments. All the new directors have been with us for a number of years and have been trained and developed with the professional ethos that we expect from everyone within the firm,” Tri-Mer Group Chairman Ray Mercieca said.
“They bring into the boardroom a wealth of technical and personal knowledge. I am particularly proud of the fact that two of our new Directors are working mothers, which falls within our philosophy of having the right work-life balance whilst offering opportunities to everyone to grow within the firm,” he continued.
Established in 2005, Tri-Mer Services Limited offers a complete range of services to clients operating their business in Malta or wishing to relocate to Malta, focusing intently on providing several corporate and personal corporate, assurance, and tax solutions.
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