PKF News & Events

29/11/2018

Blockchain renaissance portends the collapse of certain accounting professions

Author: George Mangion Published on Malta Today 28 November 2018 Blockchain technology has the potential to unsettle the nature of today’s accounting. It may constitute a way to vastly automate accounting processes in compliance with the regulatory requirements. Granted that Blockchain adoption is still in its infancy but that hasn’t stopped experts from speculating on the vast […]

Awards

15/01/2017

PKF-FPM has been recognised as the 2016 Best Place to Work in the Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards

PKF-FPM has been voted as the best employer in its field in the UK, according to judges at London-based industry publication Accountancy Age and the Best Companies Group. The company, founded nearly a quarter of a century ago, won the Top UK Accountancy Employer Award at the British Accountancy Awards ahead of many other reputed […]

New PKF Publication

01/11/2017

PKF Malta Studies – Executive Summaries

An Exploration into the Opinions and Thoughts of the Maltese on the Current Pension System In general terms, poverty is defined as a person’s inability to afford an adequate standard of consumption. Poverty levels differ in nature across countries, however in Malta it is considered that the concept of relative poverty is more prevailing. Relative […]

Malta News - 05/01/2014

2014: Simplification and reform of Public service

Author: George Mangion Published on The Malta Independent, 5th January 2013 This year will be one of challenges and opportunities according to the prime minister in his end of year speech which highlighted work done by the government so far and thanked the people for the solidarity and generosity shown in l-Istrina and in other events. […]

Malta News - 02/01/2014

Amid European austerity, Malta keeps public workforce half-days

Author: George Mangion Published on Malta Today, 2 January 2014 Amid the austerity of 2013, Malta’s national debt approached 75% of GDP  and its inflated government workforce still enjoyed its half-days. Can it be a paradox to rejoice as Malta is doing well in 2013, having registered the fourth lowest unemployment rate in 28 EU countries; or for […]

Malta News - 10/12/2013

Central Bank – less cheer for the boys

Author: George Mangion Published on Malta Today, 10 December 2013 It does not rain but pours for the Central Bank nowadays, where its procurement division is concerned. Apparently, the Deputy Governor (DG) was worried about my articles in the papers complaining about lack of probity in issue of tenders. Rumour has it that he got his knickers in […]

- 04/12/2013

Central Bank procurement: transparency is key

Author: George Mangion  Published on MaltaToday 4 December 2013 The Central Bank does not seem to have an independent appeal structure as is customary at the director of contracts. Amidst ongoing scandal such as that pertaining to Enemalta and now Mater Dei, the writer can tell his own tale of intrigue which has hit an SME last […]