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Professional services firm PwC Malta on Monday announced three new senior appointments, bolstering its leadership team.

The company shared the appointments of Mark Tabone as Advisory Director, Pamela Mamo as Director for PwC’s Academy, and Etienne Bonnici as its new Chief Technology Officer (CTO).

“A massive well done to all three for their well-earned appointments and wish them luck and every success in their new roles,” the firm said.

Mr Tabone has over 20 years of experience at PwC, both at its local operations and abroad, having also had stints at its Jersey, London, and New York offices. Prior to his new role, he had served as Senior Manager in Advisory – Deals for 10 years.

Ms Mamo has been an integral figure at PwC’s Academy Malta for more than 10 years, having most recently led it as Senior Manager, where she had a key role in defining the academy’s strategy in terms of designing training curricula and scoping of courses, among other things. Aside from that, she also spent over five years as Human Capital Manager at PwC Malta.

Mr Bonnici has worked at PwC Malta for more than 20 years, having most recently served as IT Senior Manager. He describes himself as being specialised in IT audit and project management, among other key areas.

PwC Malta forms part of the international PwC network, which provides industry-focused assurance, tax, and advisory services to a range of local and international clients. The network is made up of offices in 152 countries and almost 328,000 people.

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Advisory Director Mark Tabone (left), Director for PwC's Academy Pamela Mamo (middle) and CTO Etienne Bonnici (right) / PwC Malta / LinkedIn

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