Ivan Spiteri has been named Director of Technology Advisory and Assurance at BDO Technology Advisory Ltd, which forms part of the BDO Malta Group.

Mr Spiteri’s appointment was effective from 1st February. He boasts more than 30 years of experience as he takes up the new role, following almost five years as Head of Technology Advisory at BDO.

His résumé prior to joining BDO includes more than 11 years with one of the ‘Big Four’ financial services firms, where he gained experience in delivering and leading advisory services in privacy, IT regulatory, IT governance and IT security, while assisting clients with data warehousing, systems integration and implementation. A further 14 years spent as part of a company listed on the Malta Stock Exchange also saw him rise to the position of Head of IT Quality Assurance.

Forming part of the global BDO network, BDO Malta provides end-to-end corporate and business advisory services, assisting companies in driving their business towards further growth. With over 45 years of practice in Malta, BDO Malta continues the brand’s steady growth and upward trajectory of success, shaped around its vision to provide an exceptional service to clients across all their financial and regulatory needs.

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