Manager, Tax Services
KPMG in Malta
Trudy, a lawyer, joined KPMG as a tax advisor in 2013. Trudy focuses on the application and interaction of Maltese and European corporate and fiscal legislation in local and cross-border scenarios. Trudy has worked in tax law with international clients for 7 years, assisting both personal and corporate clients to improve their tax efficiency sustainably. She has assisted individuals and corporates in applying international tax to their business activities, including through the use of legal relationships such as trusts, foundations, partnerships and joint ventures as is suitable to the case at hand. She has attended and given lectures and presentations in connection with local and international tax law, both locally and worldwide, and has just returned from secondment at KPMG’s EU Tax Centre in the Netherlands. Trudy was the first administrator, and a board member, of the Malta Association of Family Enterprises, playing a key role in formulating local fiscal proposals to facilitate the inheritance of Maltese family businesses. During this time, she frequently represented the Association in official working groups and meetings and gave presentations and speeches on the Association’s role and proposals.
Doctor of Laws, University of Malta
Master of Laws in International Tax Law, Vienna University of Economics and Business
Diploma in Taxation, Malta Institute of Taxation
Member of the Malta Chamber of Advocates
Member of the Malta Institute of Taxation