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Site excavations – avoiding a close shave

Author: George Mangion Published on Business Today 20th June 2019 Last week people were surprised by a snap decision taken by the prime minister to order a moratorium on site excavations until further notice during which time consultations with stakeholders will be conducted. Fingers were pointed to the Kamra tal-Periti. Quite a few expect it to […]



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


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 […]

Oil & Gas - 28/03/2014

Oil prospecting – who dares wins

Source: Dr Marilyn Mifsud PKF MaltaAs published on the Commercial Courier, February – March 2014 There is little one can say in the face of the seemingly impossible, but there is the faculty for doing a great deal. Promoting Malta as a future hub in the Med for maritime services linked to specialized facilities for […]

Events - 27/03/2014

PKF Malta to host oil and gas conference in London

Following the success of the Economist Oil and Gas and maritime opportunities conference PKF will be organising a follow-up conference in London to be hosted in conjunction with Oil Barrel Ltd., which is UK’s specialist firm in the sector. The conference will be held in London on the 7th May 2014. The objective of the […]

Malta News - 26/03/2014

Tunnelling Gozo’s fortunes

Article author: George MangionPublished on Malta Today, 26 March 2014 Unless commuting is guaranteed on a 24/7 basis, Gozo’s inhabitants will remain cocooned during storms and inclement weather and as a consequence will never attain the levels of economic development achieved in Malta. A lot has been written on how to ameliorate Gozo’s double insularity and […]

Malta News - 20/03/2014

The evolution of land reclamation

Article author: George MangionPublished on Malta Today, 20 March 2014 Optimists say that a Palm Island in Marsaxlokk harbour opposite the new gas plant could perhaps be convenient for berthing massive LNG carriers away from urban areas where otherwise they be perceived as problematic and residents are complaining – please, not in my backyard. During a […]