Chris Naudi / EY

After 39 years in accounting and over 23 years as EY Malta Tax Partner, Chris Naudi is hanging up his boots and stepping down from his role at the company.

“I have seen the local firm grow from a 20-person organisation to over 400 people, all of whom are special people in their own way,” he shared on Thursday (today).

While noting that it was impossible to get to know everyone well, Mr Naudi remarked that there are a few colleagues who he had the privilege to do so.  

“I wish you luck to remain or become the leaders of the organisation and lead it to even greater heights,” he said.

Commenting on his years at EY, Mr Naudi shared that he visited many countries and met many fellow Partners and colleagues from other offices, some of whom he is “happy to call them friends today.”

“I am pleased to see that on the day I cease to be a Partner, we have promoted someone else to the rank, so it truly feels like handing over the baton,” he added.

Wrapping up his thoughts, Mr Naudi said that while there were highs and lows in his journey, the highs “vastly outnumber” the lows and for that he is grateful.

“On to new challenges now. See you around,” he concluded.

Mr Naudi joined EY in 2001 and has ample experience in international tax services (ITS). He served the role of ITS Markets Leader for the Central and South-East Europe within EMEIA.

He also has professional experience in direct and indirect tax compliance, tax due diligence, corporate planning and reorganisation along with cross-border transactions.

At EY he was also responsible for the EY Connect Centre, providing lifelong-focused CEP training, technology-enabled and centred on developing skills in an ever-changing business environment.

Throughout his career, Mr Naudi worked in the assurance sector, assisting international client businesses. Furthermore, he is a Certified Public Accountant and a Fellow of the Malta Institute of Accountants.

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