Nexia BT appoints new partners

As from January 2018, Nexia BT welcomes new partners to its board. Mark Bamber joins the team to lead the Advisory Services arm within the firm. Tim Dambrauskas and Oliver Zammit, who previously held positions as directors, are now partners within the firm’s Tax and International Client Services unit.

Mark Bamber joins Nexia BT following a twenty-year career at KPMG in Malta and overseas, where he has advised clients in both the public and private sectors. An experienced economist, with a long track record in management and consultancy leadership roles in Malta and overseas, he also holds an MBA from Henley Business School; an MSc in Financial Economics from the London School of Economics; and is currently developing his doctoral research on global FDI flows and their impact on macroeconomic parameters and the quality of life in islands and small states. Mark will take the lead on Nexia BT’s advisory arm which offers a wide range of services including strategy and management consultancy; economics advisory services; and corporate services. Mark brings to the table a creative approach, strong problem-solving skills, and a commitment to cost-effective client service, combined with a track record of business over three decades and a deep experience of international business and international expansion.

Tim Dambrauskas joined the firm in 2014 as Head of the Russia, CIS and Baltics desk. Having graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Economics (BSs Econ.) from the University of Latvia in 2004, he then furthered his studies and successfully obtaining a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from CIM (Cyprus Institute of Marketing). As a proficient speaker of Latvian, English and Russian coupled with his experience, Tim is a regular speaker and delegate at international events, conferences and seminars on tax, immigration and wealth management. He has also penned a number of articles which have been featured in international publications related to his areas of
expertise. In his position in relation to international business, Tim provides international private clients with assistance and tailor-made solutions for their structures. His areas of specialisation are private tax planning, wealth structuring, as well as citizenship and residence planning.

Oliver Zammit joined the firm in 2016 as director within the Tax and International Client Services Department. Prior to joining Nexia BT, he held the post of head of finance in a legal and corporate services firm, where he provided comprehensive advice to international clients focusing on corporate and tax services, remote gaming, residency and citizenship programmes. Oliver assists clients mainly
with corporate and tax structuring, gaming, Fintech, licensing of companies operating in regulated industries and immigration. Oliver is a Certified Public Accountant, a fellow member of the Malta Institute of Accountants, a member of the Malta Institute of Taxation and an Accredited Agent under the Regulation of the Individual Investor Programme (IIP) granted by Identity Malta. He graduated
with a Bachelor of Accountancy (Honours) degree in 2003 and a Masters in Financial Services in 2008, both from the University of Malta.

Nexia BT is a member firm of Nexia International. More information can be found on the firm’s website: www.nexiabt.com

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