Dr. Priscilla Mifsud-Parker – Senior Partner

B.A., M.A.(Fin.Serv.), LL.D., TEP
Trusts, Tax & Immigration

Priscilla is a private client lawyer heading the corporate, trusts, & fintech, as well as the Families & Wealth practice within the firm. In this capacity, she specialises in trusts and estate planning, wealth and business structuring for high-net-worth individuals, families, financial institutions, and multinationals. In the structuring field, her main specialty is tailor-made solutions for the optimisation and protection of high-value assets and the reorganisation of complex structures. Priscilla’s background and experience have enabled her to assist clients in structuring their wealth through well-understood, licenced entities such as investment funds. Priscilla handled the setup of the first Malta crypto exchange in 2013 at a time when no regulatory framework existed. Priscilla’s deep understanding of Malta’s legislation permits her to identify and design structures that meet client requirements while also meeting regulatory approval on an ongoing basis.


Chamber of Advocates
Society for Trusts & Estate Practitioners (Technical Officer, currently Chairperson)
Institute of Financial Services Practitioners

Professional & Civic Activities

Claris Capital Ltd, Director Trust & Corporate Services

Academic Record

University of Malta
M.A. Financial Services
University of Malta
LL.D. Trusts Law
Università degli Studi di Perugia
Private International Law
University of Malta
Diploma Notarial Studies
University of Malta
B.A. Law & Theology


Priscilla has conducted the following research:

– Private International Law at the Universita Degli Studi di Perugia with a focus on the interaction between American and Italian law

– Italian Trust Law at the Universita Degli Studi di Perugia, with special focus on the implementation of the domestic trust in Italy and the application of the Hague Convention in Italy

– Thesis at the University of Malta on The Implications of the Trusts and Trustees Act on the reserved portion provisions in the Civil Code

– Thesis at the University of Malta on The exercise of discretion by trustees under Maltese Law

– Responsibilities and obligations of trustees emanating from The Prevention of Money Laundering and Funding of Terrorism Regulations

– Director’s Responsibility under the Maltese Companies Act


English, French, Italian & Maltese