Chamber of Engineers announce Corporate Sponsorship Agreement with RSM Malta & Bureau Veritas Malta

On the 10th of January 2023, the Chamber of Engineers (CoE) signed a corporate sponsorship agreement with RSM Malta in partnership with Bureau Veritas Malta. RSM Malta and Bureau Veritas Malta are now supporting the engineering community as the CoE’s ’s strategic partners on Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) in the field of non-financial reporting. 

Through this agreement, the parties will co-organise several seminars for CoE members on ESGs, relevant regulations, potential opportunities for Engineers and how to materialise these opportunities within our community. Furthermore, this agreement will strive to give opportunities to Engineers who can offer their technical knowledge and services in the growing field of ESG.  

The signing of the agreement took place between Inġ. Malcolm Zammit, President of the Chamber of Engineers, Mr George Gregory, Managing Principal at RSM Malta and Ms Vanessa D’Amato, Country Manager at Bureau Veritas Malta.  

RSM Malta was established by a team of reputable partners who are Certified Public Accountants with several years of working experience in the profession. RSM’s set up enhances business efficiencies, reduces internal bureaucracy, and underpins a client-focused culture. The firm is a member of RSM International; a worldwide network of independent professional services firms, providing audit, tax, and specialist advisory services to ambitious growing organisations around the globe.  

Bureau Veritas is a world leader in testing, inspection, and certification services (TIC). Through the green line of services and solutions, Bureau Veritas empowers organisations to implement, measure and achieve their sustainability objectives. Bureau Veritas Malta provides a range of technical surveys on a range of items that are part of the petrochemical, oil, and gas industries. Their extensive network of laboratories is designed to provide clients with a range of high-quality solutions in terms of reliable results within the local and global industry. 

The Chamber of Engineers is a voluntary organisation representing Engineers in Malta and caters for the safeguarding and advancement of the engineering profession. The CoE provides a voice to engineers through various representations and is an affiliated member of Engineers Europe (previously known as FEANI). The CoE works towards the continuing development of its members and the profession through various initiatives including networking, training, events, and other professional development opportunities.  


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