Zampa Debattista and Mint Finance announced that they will be completing the process leading to the merger of both companies under the Zampa Debattista brand by 1st January 2022.

This process first started in January 2021, when the Partners of both companies started laying the terms of this strategy.

Mark Wirth / Mint Finance

“When we were approached by the Partners at Zampa Debattista in January 2021, we immediately realised that the synergies between both firms were perfectly matched and that this merger would be beneficial to both our clients and employees, who are central to our vision,” Mint Finance Co-Founding Partner Mark Wirth said.

John Debattista, one of the Founding Partners of Zampa Debattista remarked that this merger is in line with the strategy agreed by the Board pursuing its vision for 2026 and beyond.

Said vision is directed towards attracting new talent, thus enabling the firm to enhance its core specialisations further.

John Debattista / Zampa Debattista

Mr Debattista emphasised that both firms have common values and beliefs which will better place Zampa Debattista to work towards raising the profession with passion, integrity, and honour.

Zampa Debattista’s offices will remain situated in Mosta and the combined team is set to consist of over 80 professionals.

Despite growing the firm’s strong client work, clients of both companies will continue to receive the same specialised service and dedicated personal approach.

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