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EY’s Malta Attractiveness Survey and National Conference

Over the last few years, EY’s Malta Attractiveness Survey and National Conference has acquired a reputation as Malta’s largest business and investment forum benchmark.

Attracting over 500 delegates, the event provides private and public stakeholders, as well as prospective investors, with up-to-date independent and game-changing information on Malta’s investment attractiveness on both the national and sectorial levels.

This year’s conference will be held on Friday, October 7, at the Westin Dragonara Resort between 8.30am and 4.30pm. Over 60 speakers will address the conference, including Malta’s top decision-makers in the public and private sectors, such as Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, Opposition leader Simon Busuttil and various ministers. This year’s international keynote speaker is Jeremy Paxman, the world-famous BBC journalist and television presenter.

The conference will include both plenary sessions and a range of interactive sectorial breakout sessions. The event is being accredited with structured CPE qualifying for the attainment of professional development competencies in terms of the MIACPE Regulations.

The participation fee is €290 (inc. VAT), including conference refreshments, lunch, all administration charges and the complimentary tablet containing all conference material. Complimentary parking will be available at the Merkanti car park.

Early registration is highly recommended by visiting http://eymaltaattractiveness.com .

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