Roderick Galea - Borg Galea & Associates

Borg Galea & Associates on Friday (today) celebrated the birthday of Co-Founder and Director of Accounts and Tax Roderick Galea.

Mr Galea is a Certified Public Accountant with over 16 years of experience in a number of accounting-related positions. After a number of years working in the hospitality industry, he co-founded Borg Galea & Associates, a licensed accounting, auditing and consulting firm, together with Nathaniel Borg.

Celebrating Mr Galea’s birthday, the firm said that he not only plays a “pivotal role” in the accounts and tax department, but he also “holds a cherished place” within the team.

“His exceptional leadership inspires us to reach new heights, it added.

“Today (Friday), we celebrate not just another year, but another milestone in your journey, Roderick [Mr Galea]. Thank you for your dedication and contributions to our team,” it continued.

“May this year bring you continued success and happiness. Cheers to you!” Borg Galea & Associates concluded.

Borg Galea & Associates partners with clients ranging from start-ups to multinationals, providing services such as audit, accounting and bookkeeping, tax planning, payroll, relocation to Malta, as well as company formation, among others.

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Borg Galea & Associates Co-Founder and Director of Accounts and Tax Roderick Galea / Borg Galea & Associates


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