David Chan, Director of Special Projects, shared insights on his role in Vistra and explained that one of Vistra’s key success elements is how the company thrives on the challenges of an ever-changing business environment.
“Political uncertainties and changes can be positive. At Vistra, there are professionals with specialised knowledge, skill sets and expertise to help clients navigate through the changes in tax and legal process, among others. Without change, we will not get new clients who need to address new issues,” said David.
Specifically, he believed that Vistra has benefited from China’s Belt and Road initiative, which led to many clients, particularly in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, asking for help in setting up diverse corporate structures in multi-jurisdictions which used to be more common among Western developed economies.
In addition, Anna Poliszkiewicz, Director at Vistra Warsaw, Derren Busuttil, Director at Vistra Malta and Tom McMahon, Head of Operations at Canyon CTS (acquired by Vistra in 2018) also talked about how ACCA qualification is able to help them progress in the industry.
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