May 201911:00 BST

Trends in Technology and Taxation

Trends in Technology and Taxation
Technology is taking over. Has your tax & legal practice embraced its power?

In this day and age, technology is advancing by leaps and bounds. Many of the current technological advancements are making tax & legal practitioners’ lives a lot cheaper, simpler and efficient. Take a look at Estonia’s digital economy, which via the bold use of technology has managed to digitize everything but the delivery of pizza. In this webinar, our experts will delve into the different applications of technology within the tax & legal world and how these might help the industry take yet another leap forward.


More panelists will be added to this event. Stay tuned.

Thomas Jacobsen is the founder of Papilio Services Ltd.Thomas Jacobsen is the founder of Papilio Services Ltd., and heads the organisation and the firm’s private clients’ department. He is the company’s Money Laundering Reporting Officer and is also the company’s accredited agent with Identity Malta for Malta’s residence and citizenship by investment programmes. After graduating from the University of Oslo with a law degree specialising in International Tax, Thomas spent some time working as a lawyer for the Royal Norwegian Air Force.

Thomas relocated to Malta in 1997 and spent ten years working within the tax and legal department of PwC. He has, over the past years, assisted and advised a number of international and local clients with their tax compliance requirements and on various cross border issues. In 2007, Thomas was a co-founder of a boutique multi-disciplinary organisation that advised international clients and high-net-worth individuals on a variety of compliance, corporate, residence and tax issues. He has extensive experience in advising clients in the setup of complex cross-border structures through the use of Maltese Companies, Trusts, Funds, Partnerships and Foundations.

Besides income tax matters, including international tax optimisation, double tax treaties, capital gains tax and intellectual property structuring, Thomas has a great deal of knowledge about Maltese company law and corporate matters, including corporate governance and management and administration affairs.

Thomas is a fellow of the Malta Institute of Taxation (MIM) and a member of the Malta Institute of Financial Services Practitioners (IFSP), International Bar Association (IBA), the Investment Migration Council (IMC), the International Fiscal Association (IFA) and the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP).

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