Jason StivalaAudit Director
- Statutory External Audit: Annual Statutory, Consolidated and Liquidation Audits
- Financial Reporting
- Contractual Internal Audit Malta
- Assurance Services: Valuations, Due Diligence and Review Engagements
About Jason Stivala:
Jason is an experienced auditor, having obtained his practicing certificate in auditing in 2009.
Jason gained valuable experience with a Big 4 audit firm in Malta and was in charge of various audits, both locally and internationally, within the firm’s offices in Malta, Italy and Cyprus.
Jason graduated from the University of Malta as an accountant in 2006.
He is a Certified Public Accountant, a Registered Auditor and is a member of the Malta Institute of Accountants.
Jason furthered his accountancy career by holding Financial Controller positions with both local companies and international listed groups.
Jason joined Griffiths + Associates in March 2019, and has been involved in the audits of local and international entities across different industries.
He has been involved in carrying out statutory audits and review engagements.
He has also assisted clients in the preparation of financial statements according to specific financial reporting frameworks.
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