Rishi Bonello started his working career in 2006 with EMCS (Economic Management and Consultancy Services Ltd) after obtaining a BTEC Edexcel Course and a Higher National Diploma in Business – BTEC.
He has proceeded with his studies while working, by obtaining a BA Administration – European University of Switzerland in 2008 and in 2013 he has graduated with an MSc Finance – University of Leicester.
He spent 2 years working with Grant Thornton following the merger with EMCS in 2015, Rishi’s specialised areas of interest are corporate services, shipping, residency and gaming.
He is also an active member of the MMLAC (Malta Maritime Law Association) and part of the Yachting Sub Committee. He is also a member with IFSP (The Institute of Financial Services Practioners).
Carlsten is a Certified Public Accountant, Fellow Certified Chartered Accountant and a Fellow of the Malta Institute of Accountants. Carlsten also graduated in Management from University of Malta and holds a Diploma in Taxation from the Malta Institute of Taxation and Advanced Diploma in Taxation (ADIT).
He has more than 15 years experience with Leading Corporate Service Providers in Malta providing advice to local and international clients in both their personal and corporate structuring, Taxation and VAT matters; and other related regulatory requirements. He also has extensive experience in Trust and Fiduciary Services having previously worked with one of the Leading Banks in Malta in their Trust Services Department holding the Foundation Certificate in Trusts Law & Management issued by IFSP.
Carlsten’s main area of specialisation is in International Taxation with a focus on domestic legislation assisting clients with the provision of tailor-made tax efficient solutions through trusts and corporate structure set up in Malta. Carlsten is heavily involved in consultancy from business design stages including business plan editing, setting up structures, designing financial plans to the eventual oversight and management of the product, service of business as whole once it takes shape into a going concern.
Carlsten is fluent in English, Italian and Maltese.