Deloitte has announced the appointment of Daniel Caruana and David Herrera as Directors within big-four firm Deloitte Malta, with effect from 1st June 2023.

Mr Caruana’s journey at Deloitte Malta began in 2007, when he joined the Corporate Direct Tax Compliance team. He then moved into the Mergers & Acquisitions team within the Tax business of the firm, and returned to the Corporate Direct Tax team in 2017.

In addition, he serves as Chairman on the Malta Institute of Taxation’s Domestic and Compliance Committee. Last November, he was appointed Director of Deloitte Tax Services Limited.

Deloitte Directors Daniel Caruana and David Herrera

As for Mr Herrera, he joined Deloitte Malta in 2017 within the firm’s Risk Advisory business. Prior to this, he worked within the banking industry, and earlier on, within Government.

At Deloitte, Mr Herrera predominantly advises banks, financial institutions and local businesses on matters relating to regulatory strategy, corporate governance, and risk management. He forms part of the Steering Committee of Deloitte’s Banking Union Centre in Frankfurt (BUCF) and serves as a Business Risk Leader within the Risk Advisory business.

Marc Alden, Chief Executive Officer of Deloitte Malta said, “I would like congratulate Daniel and David on this milestone event. Their promotion is testimony to the success of Deloitte and to the confidence being placed in the next generation of leaders.”


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