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Mark Grech

Deloitte Malta

Deloitte Place

Mriehel Bypass

Mriehel BKR3000

Malta

Tel: +356 2343 2704

Email: mgrech@deloitte.com.mt

Website: www.deloitte.com

Mark Grech, Deloitte Malta, joined Deloitte Malta as a tax director in October 2000, assuming responsibility for certain aspects of the firm's tax function. Mark is now leader of indirect tax services, leading a team of dedicated professionals providing a wide range of indirect tax advisory and compliance services to the firm's local and international clients.

Before joining Deloitte Malta, Mark began work for the public service in 1986 and in 1993 was appointed deputy head of the International Tax Unit within the Inland Revenue Department. This unit is responsible for all taxation matters relating to international business activities and the financial services sector.

Mark earned a bachelor's degree (Hons) in business management from the University of Malta in 1986 and became a qualified accountant in 1991. He is a fellow of the Malta Institute of Accountants and a member of the Malta Institute of Taxation.

He speaks Maltese, English and Italian.

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