PKF Malta shall be attending the PKFI Regional Meeting Europe, Middle East and India to be held in Berlin, Germany.
PKF International presents over 100 events per year for association members including conferences, fly-ins, training, leadership development, roundtables, meetings, webinars, and conference calls. Members gain valuable knowledge from participation and increased opportunities to network with their counterparts and peers at other CPA firms.
About the Event
The 2012 European Middle East India Regional Meeting will be held from 10-13 June in Berlin at “Hotel de Rome”, one of the most prestigious hotels in the heart of Germany´s capital city.
The afternoon of Sunday, 10 June will focus on networking with German offices during the OPTIONAL "Business Opportunites with the Germans" session. The Regional Meeting will officially start in the evening of 10 June with a surprisingly different welcome dinner.
The full day session on Monday 11 June will feature International, Regional and Audit & Tax committee updates as usual. The afternoon will offer networking opportunities. Free dining on Monday evening will allow to meet with your old and new contacts in a restaurant of your choice.
The business sessions continue on Tuesday 12 June with “Knowledge Sharing Sessions” for PKF Member Firms by PKF Member Firms.
With free time, relaxing or dynamic tours scheduled on Tuesday afternoon, we are confident that this meeting provides the right mix of business and leisure. On Tuesday evening PKF Deutschland will be hosting our dinner at the Gendarmerie restaurant.
The programme on Wednesday, 13 June will provide an insight into the EU Green Paper initiative and encourage discussion with the EMEI Regional Board about future developments of the profession in the coming years.
The Meeting will conclude after lunch on Wednesday 13 June.
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