Castille Institute is pleased to welcome Mark J Abela on the 7 February 2019 as he delivers EU Directives' impact on Accounting and Auditing in Malta.
This course takes participants through the changes in European Directives and Regulations affecting accounting and auditity (including audit reporting) and that apply within different dates as from 2016. The accounting changes to Malta's financial reporting framework arise out of Directive 2013/34/EU of 26 June 2013, whilst the auditing changes come out of Directive 2006/43/EC of 17 May 2006 and Regulation (EU) No 537/2014 of 16 April 2014. The accounting changes are aimed at harmonizing the financial reporting framework for small entities whilst also setting out requirements for medium-sized, large entities and Public Interest Entities (PIEs).
The auditing changes are designed to significantly open up the audit market and enhance auditor's reports for users of financial statements. The course will include a discussion of the PIE company audit requirements at a European and National Level.
For further information or to book a seat contact Castille Institute on 20933280 or send an email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Speaker
Mark Abela is an accountant and auditor. He spent a number of years as technical director of the Malta Institute of Accountants of which he is also a member. He was directly involved in the transposition of the audit and accounting EU Directives as well as the member state options present in the EU Regulation. He is currently employed with Ernst and Young Malta Limited as a financial accounting and regulatory advisor.
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