Exchange of information in Direct Tax Matters
In an increasingly globalised world where cross border activity is the norm tax administrations rely on the mechanism of exchange of information to combat tax fraud and evasion. In the last decade we have seen an increasingly international effort to create more sophisticated mechanisms to exchange information between tax authorities. From CRS to CBCR exchange of information transformed the international tax world as we know it. The seminar shall focus on the implications of exchange of information in cross border transactions relative to the foreign investors willing to invest in Malta.
DR RAMONA AZZOPARDI graduated Doctor of Laws LL.D. in 2007 and Master of Arts in Financial Services in 2009. Dr Azzopardi was awarded a Diploma in Taxation from the Malta Institute of Taxation in 2008. Admitted to the bar in 2008, she joined Fenech and Fenech Advocates as an associate within the Tax Department. Her main area of practice is tax and other related matters including corporate tax, indirect tax, personal tax and international tax planning. Since 2007 she has been advising high profile international clients. Dr Ramona Azzopardi is a member of the Chamber of Advocates, the Institute of Financial Services Practitioners and the Malta Institute of Taxation. In 2014 Dr Azzopardi joined WH Partners where she head the tax practice.