Ramona Azzopardi is a preeminent figure in Malta on taxation matters and is ranked as one of the leading practitioners in Malta in the 2020 Women in Tax Leaders Guide by World Tax. She heads the tax and private client department at WH Partners.
She regularly advises corporate clients in the gaming and gambling, financial services and digital services industries on their cross-border tax implications. She also assists HNWI families in estate and tax planning. In addition to this, she has extensive experience within the blockchain sector and was involved in the drafting of the guidelines in relation to cryptocurrencies on VAT, Income Tax and Duty on Documents. She has worked in a wide range of cases in this industry and assisted on all tax-related matters in more than 20 Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs). Furthermore, she recently contributed to the chapter on taxation and crypto assets in a book: DLT Malta – Thoughts from The Blockchain Island.
Ramona holds a Doctor of Laws Degree and Masters in Financial Services from the University of Malta. She is a regular speaker at tax conferences and often contributes articles to prominent publications. She is also a Council Member at the Malta Institute of Taxation. She was recently asked to take the position of Malta’s National Reporter for the IBA’s Taxes Committee.
Ramona has experience in the following areas:
Personal / private client, Tax, Tax (general), Tax (international / cross-border), Tax (structuring and reorganisations), Trusts and estates
Ramona has previously helped clients in the following industries:
Capital Markets, Commercial Services & Supplies, Consumer Finance, Diversified Financial Services, Entertainment, Hotels, Interactive Media & Services, IT Services, Professional Services, Restaurants & Leisure, Software, Trading Companies & Distributors, Wireless Telecommunication Services
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