PKF Malta promotes Malta in Vietnam and Australia

PFK Malta’s Dr Samuel Sciberras addressing the Vietmam event

Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 September, 2022 at 10:27 am by Andre Camilleri

PKF Malta has recently represented the Maltese Islands at the Uglobal Expo 2022 in Vietnam, which was held between 5 and 6 September 2022 in Ho Chi Minh City. The industry-wide gathering brought together international migration agents, project developers, immigration and securities attorneys as well as various other industry service providers, providing an ideal platform for PKF Malta to promote national residency and investment opportunities in Asia.

A delegation from PKF Malta was led by Legal Associate Dr Samuel Sciberras, who held a successful presentation and participated in a fruitful panel discussion on what Malta has to offer the industry. The firm’s business exhibit was also a good platform for networking opportunities and to further strengthen PKF Malta’s relationship with the Asian market. The two-day conference also boasted several educational panels which were moderated by key industry players, providing valuable information on global residency by investment and citizen by investment programs.

A representative of PKF Malta said: “Vietnam is also catching up with the digital revolution, especially in the fintech sector and aims to promulgate various laws and regulations similar to the ones enacted in Malta. We also appreciate that Malta can somewhat emulate the success achieved by Vietnam if it seriously invests in the digital economy. The future promotion of our expertise in Vietnam by Malta Enterprise, Chamber of Commerce FinanceMalta and TradeMalta is seriously encouraged to pave the way for dialogue with visiting delegations to expand business exchanges.” 

The Uglobal Immigration Expo in Vietnam provided a platform for participants to connect and grow business networks with industry influencers to gain knowledge from interactive educational panels and to showcase their business to global stakeholders.

Following the conference in Vietnam, Dr Sciberras also travelled to Australia to visit the PKF offices in Perth to meet with Matthew van Riessen and Carl Longshaw, who are both partners at the firm. Several topics were discussed during this visit, including Malta as an investment opportunity and holiday destination alike, and its immigration programs.

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