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The National Commission for Further and Higher Education (NCFHE) deems this Professional Programme (Equivalent to a Masters Programme) to be at Level 7 in the Malta Qualifications Framework and the European Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.
Learners should: have a background in Accounts/Business Studies and be fluent in written and spoken English.
Candidates need to successfully complete a series of work-based assignments or examinations.
Ilona graduated as a lawyer from the University of Malta in 2012. Thereafter, she pursued her Master of Laws with specialisation in Banking and Finance with the University of London, Queen Mary and obtained her LL.M in 2013. In 2013, she enrolled with the University of Birmingham whereby she is currently reading for a PhD (Law) and will submit her thesis in September 2017. She has worked in private practice at the Courts of Malta for two years after graduation. She is currently employed at the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) whereby she mainly focuses on market abuse, but is also currently working on other legislations that need to come into force in Malta.
Robert is a Tax Partner at EY and has worked in tax for almost 20 years . He served as BPP lecturer for around 8 years (F6) and ACCA Examiner for 3 years. He is a tenured Visiting Senior Lecturer at the University of Malta teaching tax law both at FEMA and the Faculty of Laws. Robert has published extensively on tax law.
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