Join us for an evening of networking and meet our guest speakers Dennis Gauci and Isaac Sammut from KSi Malta

MBN UK invites you to another networking event in conjunction with the National Liberal Club Commonwealth and European Forums at the National Liberal Club (NLC) in London on Tuesday 28 March 2023 at 6.00PM.Our guest speakers are Dennis Gauci, Partner - International Clients, and  Isaac Sammut, Business Development Manager, both from KSi Malta - a tax, legal advisory and corporate services firm providing a wide range of services to both local and international clients.

Dennis and Isaac will address some of the post-Brexit issues faced by UK businesses trading with Malta and the EU, and discuss how business can overcome such challenges, providing practical tips for UK businesses. They will explore the complexities for UK businesses doing business in the EU and look at what lies ahead. They will also provide detailed insights on setting up a presence in Malta, Malta’s competitive tax regime, as well as funding schemes and incentives in Malta.

Dennis Gauci obtained a Bachelors in Technology in 2005. Whilst studying, he also worked with several local renowned companies gaining considerable experience in the ICT industry. He furthered his studies by obtaining additional certifications from world recognized bodies such as Microsoft, CISCO, Linux and CEH.Dennis joined KSi Malta in 2008. At that time he was the partner in charge of all information technology related matters and led major consultancy projects, locally and abroad, concerning Digital Platforms, Cloud Computing, Mobile Technologies and Artificial /Business Intelligence. Later in his career, he embarked on obtaining an ACCA qualification and shifted his interests into consultancy and general business advice. Dennis oversees international clients and assists them in their marketing strategies and internationalization processes to use Malta as hub for Europe and North Africa.He regularly attends Trade Missions and Government Business Delegations in order to attract Foreign Direct Investment to Malta.

He has considerable experience in Financial Services, including Tax Planning and Group Structures, Vessel Registrations, Pharmaceuticals, Gaming, Fintech, Anti Money Laundering and Combatting of Financial Crime.Dennis also holds directorships in various companies: he is the Former Council Member on the board regularizing the Professions Complimentary to Medicine – Ministry of Health; Sub-Committee Member with the Malta Maritime LawAssociation for Merchant Shipping and Ship Registration and Yachting; ICO Bench Expert and Member of the Blockchain Island Club; and a member of the Malta Chamber of Commerce Enterprise and Industry in various business sections. He regularly attends seminars and courses to keep constantly updated on new regulations and is frequently invited to speak at local and international gatherings.

Isaac Sammut graduated with a Masters in Asian and International Studies from the University of Nottingham in 2018, spending a semester in Ningbo, China. He also graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in European Studies with Communications from the University of Malta in 2017 and is a Prince 2 Certified Practitioner.  After his graduation in 2018, he was employed by the National Regulatory Authority of the communications sector in Malta, where he was directly involved in project management at EU level. Between 2019 and 2022, he was responsible for heading the business development unit at and was primarily engaged in establishing and overseeing all leads and relations with industry, promoting Malta as a quality, creative, tech-savvy country, and as a suitable set-up for FDI, whilst also promoting the local technological industries abroad. He also was a lecturer on Emerging Markets and Asia Pacific Business at one of Malta’s Institutes of Higher Education.Isaac is the Business Development Manager within KSi Malta and is involved in identifying new business development and growth opportunities, whilst building long term relationships with new and existing customers.

We look forward to welcoming Dennis and Isaac to MBN and introducing them to our business network.The Malta Business Network events are taking place at the NLC (for more information see and are organised in conjunction with the National Liberal Club Commonwealth and European Forums (

Guests are also invited to attend our events, although they must be pre-registered. Places are free for members and their guests although these may need to be limited depending on the final numbers, so please pre-register early.Please note this is a private club so dress code is smart and we need all the names of MBN members and guests before the event. If you are a guest or have any questions, please contact us by email. When registering you will use an access code which is included in the email invitation. Please do not pass this on. As a member, you can register your guests and their names using the eventbrite registration system when you apply for your tickets. Guests not on our door list will not be admitted to the venue.Please use the code in your invitation email to access the tickets. And remember, if you are planning a visit to Malta, fully subscribed members of MBN UK may also attend the MBN Malta meetings and events, usually held on the third Monday of the month. Full details are always included on the events page of the MBN website.