Friday, September 27, 2024
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Europe/Paris)
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Embark on a comprehensive exploration into the intricate world of business dissolution and liquidation processes. Throughout this session, you'll navigate the  implications associated with dissolution, the relation between creditors' and members' voluntary winding up, and the complexities of winding up by the Court.

Throughout this session the ranking of debts shall also be looked into, as well as the pivotal role played by insolvency practitioners in this dynamic landscape. 

Earn 2.75 Core CPE hours as you enrich your understanding of these crucial concepts. Join now for €90 and Start your journey towards success with GT Advance.

Funding scheme for companies


A funding programme entitled Investing in Skills (IIS) encourages those actively engaged in the Maltese labour market to pursue training in order to boost flexibility and productivity. A significant percentage of the training expenses that an employer would have incurred to train staff members are covered by this scheme.

To apply for this scheme, employers with any kind of economic activity are eligible. These include partnerships, corporations, family enterprises, organisations, self-employed individuals or other groups of people, non-governmental organisations, and social partners (regardless of whether they engage in economic activity).

Meet the Trainers

Cressida Scorfna
Executive | Corporate and Regulatory Advisory services

Cressida has years’ worth of experience in the compliance sphere within a financial services company, whilst also continuing to broaden her experience by dealing with varied projects mainly focusing on corporate matters and trusts, having also recently completed the IFSP Foundation Certificate in Trusts Law and Management.

Anne Marie Degabriele
Manager | Corporate and Regulatory Advisory Services

Anne Marie has been in the financial services field for a number of years, having previously worked in the Corporate and Legal Department at a local boutique corporate, tax and financial advisory services firm and at the Legal Office of the Maltese financial services regular before joining Grant Thornton in 2019.