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Franco Privitelli, from MGI Malta, is invited to speak at the Small and Medium-sized Practices Advisory Committee forum.

30th March 2017

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Franco Privitelli, partner at MGI Malta, has been invited by the Malta Institute of Accountants to take part in the eighth annual SMP forum that will take place in April.

A wide array of speakers will be covering a range of topics which are of great interest to SMPs, including Anti-Money Laundering Procedures – A Practical Perspective for the SMP, The New Filing Obligations with the Registrar of Companies, and Incentives.

Franco Privitelli MGI Malta profile pictureFranco, who is currently the Audit & Assurance Partner at MGI Malta - will be speaking on ‘Practice Management in the Digital Era’, focusing particularly on the practical aspects of Practice Management.

For further details visit the Malta Institute of Accountants website HERE or contact Franco Privitelli directly: francop@mgimalta.com

MGI Worldwide will soon be hosting a webinar on the impact of technology for the accounting industry. Details of which will be shared with members soon.

MGI Worldwide is a top 20 ranked global accounting network with some 5,000 independent auditors, accountants and tax experts in over 260 locations around the world.

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