KPMG has appointed Thomas Galea and Adrian Mizzi as Directors, with effect from 1 October 2017 and 1 January 2018 respectively. This reflects the continued growth that the firm has achieved in 2017 and which is expected to be sustained in the coming years.
Thomas joined KPMG in 2005 as an audit team member and successfully completed his ACCA qualification in December 2006. He is an accountant by profession, holds a Practising Certificate in Auditing and is also a Fellow of the Malta Institute of Accountants (MIA) and a member of the Malta Institute of Management. During the past 12 years, other than in Malta, Thomas has also worked within the audit function of the Irish and US KPMG offices gaining experience in a number of industries, particularly Banking and Middle Markets. He is also active in training delivery at KPMG, regularly contributing to staff’s professional education and performance development.
Adrian is a seasoned professional who has worked extensively in the strategy formulation and management of information technology in various industries, including telco, financial services, manufacturing and logistics. Adrian has over 20 years’ experience working in various senior Information Technology functions covering the entire spectrum of the systems development lifecycle, IT project management, IT strategy, IT service management, selection and implementation of IT solutions, process reengineering, data and analytics, IT risk management and change management.
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