Executive message
An introduction by the Chief Executive Officer

It is indeed with pleasure that I introduce you to The Deloitte Malta Impact Report 2016 - 2017.

Deloitte Malta has changed its reporting date to 31 May in order to align its accounting period with the Deloitte global network, made up of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited and a network of member firms. Accordingly, this report covers the period from 1 January 2016 to 31 May 2017.

Our organisation's Purpose is “to make an impact that matters: for our clients, our people, and society. In each case delivering a measurable attributable impact.

As our clients continue to navigate the challenges that present themselves in this time of unprecedented disruption, we continue to actively engage with them with a view to offer insightful support across the depth and breadth of our organisation. We continue to assist them in reshaping their operating models and governance structures, and in identifying critical success factors that are necessary for them in their quest to enhance the value of their organisations.

“As our clients continue to navigate the challenges that present themselves in this time of unprecedented disruption, we continue to actively engage with them with a view to offer insightful support across the depth and breadth, of our organisation.“

We continue to work tirelessly with our people to enable them to realise their vision and reach their potential. We provide them with all necessary support and encouragement in order to help them succeed.

We seek to embrace diversity and reframe uniformity. We foster and encourage a culture of inclusion and unity, and yet strive for homogeneity in the adoption of the high ethical standards that we endeavour to adopt.

We remain committed to play an active role within our communities, by seeking to identify and support the drivers of cultural, environmental, and economic sustainability.

Deloitte professionals remain committed to the success of our clients

Our auditors recognise and understand the importance of public trust and shareholder interests. We carry out duties with the utmost diligence, mindful of the reliance placed on our work. Our commitment to continually raise the standards of quality drives our business.

We are careful on how we share and deliver our knowledge on matters of taxation. We are mindful of public opinion and the importance of transparency. We seek to give our clients confidence in a rapidly changing environment.

Our consulting and advisory practices continue to provide our clients with strategic vision and hands-on expertise in driving and accelerating end-to-end digital transformations by providing innovative thought leadership around digital strategy and business-IT collaboration. We help our clients embrace disruption, working with them to architect their future, and leading them through the turbulence of change to achieve their visions.

The pages that follow present more information about our firm and its achievements. I invite you to read on further to learn more about us, and if you have comments about any aspect of this report please reach out to me by sending an email at mbooker@deloitte.com.mt.

Your views are important to us.

Malcolm Booker

Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Deloitte Malta

September 2017

Stories about impact
We believe that we're only as good as the good we do

All the facts and figures that talk to our size and diversity and years of history, as notable and important as they may be, are secondary to the truest measure of Deloitte: the impact we make in the world.

So, when people ask, “What's different about Deloitte?”, the answer resides in the many specific examples of where we have helped Deloitte member firm clients, our people, and sections of society to achieve remarkable goals, solve complex problems or make meaningful progress. Deeper still, it's in the beliefs, behaviours and fundamental sense of purpose that underpin all that we do.

With over 150 years of hard work and commitment to making a real difference, our organisation has grown in scale and diversity—more than 263,000 people in 150 countries and territories, providing audit, tax, legal, financial advisory, risk advisory, and consulting services yet our shared culture remains the same

For us, good isn't good enough. We aim to be the best at all that we do to help clients realise their ambitions; to make a positive difference in society; and to maximise the success of our people. This drive fuels the commitment and humanity that run deep through our every action.

That's what makes us truly different at Deloitte. Not how big we are, where we are, nor what services we offer. What really defines us is our drive to make an impact that matters in the world.


An impact that matters for our Clients

The firm focuses on clients. We take great pride in our ability to provide quality services—whether our client is an owner managed business, a large multinational corporation or a governmental entity.

Deloitte continues to lead on the issues that matter, showing strength and decisiveness, and guiding clients through unprecedented levels of uncertainty. By responding to the needs of society, providing trust, supporting inclusive growth, and building the skills of our young people—we are certain we can make a difference. Over the year, we've contributed to policy debates at the highest levels, responding to various policy consultations, sharing our insight on leading issues.

The public sector plays a leading role in fostering inclusive local economies, and we are proud to support this crucial agenda. We continue to work with Government across various sectors and industries including iGaming, financial services, technology, media and telecommunications, tourism, and education. We are actively involved in high level policy affecting Government's contribution to economic momentum.

At a national policy level, two of the firm's directors are active participants in a consultative group set up under the auspices of the Ministry for Finance to advise the Government of Malta on fiscal policy matters. In addition, our top people are actively involved in a task force commissioned by the Government of Malta for the monitoring of developments globally in the field of international taxation as primarily driven by the work of the OECD in this area. During 2016, Deloitte Malta's practice was also engaged to advise the Malta Gaming Authority on tax matters in view of the significant developments which have occurred in the regulatory landscape with Gaming regulators, in a number of key European markets, shifting to taxation at the place of consumption.

The Malta firm continues to actively support and visibly participate in a number of key groups and professional bodies in Malta at a senior level. Our people occupy leadership roles and are active contributors to the work of the Institute of Financial Services Practitioners, the Malta Institute of Accountants, and the Malta Institute of Taxation. Our people are also actively present in the education of the next generation of talent and hold lecturing posts at universities, both local and foreign and within professional accreditation programmes such as those organised by the Malta Institute of Taxation and the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).


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