Dr Ian Zahra joined Deloitte Malta in 2020 and currently forms part of the International tax advisory team, focusing on domestic and international direct taxation. Ian has worked on a number of engagements dealing with the Malta direct tax consequences of local and foreign companies in various industries (namely, gaming, financial services and technology). Ian is a lawyer by profession and, following his studies in law at the University of Malta, he graduated in international tax law from the University of Leiden in the Netherlands and received awards for the best paper of the 2018-2019 class which focused on the principal purposes test, entitled “The Principal Purpose Test: A critical analysis of its substantive and procedural aspects”. Following this experience, Ian also worked as a teaching assistant at the International Tax Centre in Leiden. Ian has been admitted to the Maltese bar.

[ONLINE] Reporting obligations for reporting platform operators in terms of DAC7 26 June

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This webinar will examine the main features of the EU Directive 2021/514/EU, amending Directive...

[ONLINE] ATAD 3 01 August

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In 2021, the EU Commission published a proposal for a new EU Council Directive laying down rules to...