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IFSP Conference 2022

IFSP Conference 2022: Revitalising Financial Services – Mapping a Sustainable Path for Malta
7th April, 2022


7 April 2022 – 09:00 – 16:30

Xara Lodge and Online

Registration opens at 08:00


Join the IFSP conference on 7 April at the Xara Lodge or online. This year the IFSP will be looking at some of the hottest issues facing practitioners at the moment, starting with an assessment of the size of the financial services sector and its crucial importance to the Maltese Economy. We shall also be tackling the many challenges the sector faces, from AML requirements, the challenges of recent tax developments such as the OECD’s pillar 2 initiative and the proposed ATAD 3, and how we can reinstate Malta’s reputation as a reliable international financial centre.


This will be a hybrid conference but participants are encouraged to join us physically at the Xara Lodge. An online option will be available for people who are unable to get away or prefer to avoid large gatherings. The registration fee is the same for both options.


How many CPE hours are allocated to this Conference? 
This conference reaches the required Continuing Professional Development standards and benchmarks of the MIA and so it is accredited with 5.5 Core CPE Hours.


Format: Hybrid Conference – Both Physical and Online

Venues: Xara Lodge and Zoom



This year’s conference with the theme ‘Revitalising Financial Services – Mapping a Sustainable Path for Malta’ should see the participation of various keynote speakers from the political sphere, the MFSA, MBR and FIAU as well as some of Malta’s most innovative practitioners in the financial services industry.



Registration fees:

IFSP members €145;
General fee for non-members: €175;
Students fee: €80;
For organisations sending five or more delegates, all delegates register at the members’ rate.


Other Information:

Please note that participants attending online may put questions to the speakers via the Zoom chat function. Such participants will join the Conference with cameras off and microphones muted. We would ask that microphones be kept on mute unless the participant wishes to speak. Participants may turn their cameras on, however, note that people with bandwidth problems may find that they prefer to keep theirs off.


For those attending physically the conference, we would require a copy of the valid vaccine certificate upon entrance together with a copy of the ID card. All attendees must wear masks when entering the venue and to use the restrooms.


The conference sessions will be recorded and may be made available after the event.  By registering for the Conference, you are consenting to the recording and any subsequent distribution.





Click here for the post-conference press release

Click here for a summary of the what was discussed at the conference