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MAHRP elects new executive committee for 2020 to 2022.

Maldives Association of HR Professionals (MAHRP) has hosted its annual general meeting and elected the organisation’s new executive committee.

The annual general meeting was held virtually on Wednesday. Over 70 registered members of MAHRP the took part in the event, which was live streamed via the organisation’s Facebook page.

During the event, MAHRP President Afeef Hussain presented a summary of the organisation’s annual report, covering key milestones from the past year. Some of the achievements highlighted include:

  • Maldives’ first National HR Convention and Expo
  • Learning and Development Conference
  • Virtual Learning and Development Conference
  • Professional Speakers Club
  • Hosting events with world-renowned thought leaders like Ron Kaufman and Robin Banks
  • Linking up the Maldives HR community with regional and global HR platforms like Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), Chartered Institute of Personnel Management Sri Lanka (CIPM) and Asia Pacific Federation of Human Resource Management (APFHRM).

Under MAHRP’s charter, a new executive committee was elected. The newly elected executive committee members, who will serve for two years, are:

  1. Afeef Hussain – President
  2. Ahmed Ibrahim – Vice President
  3. Hawwa Shaheena – Vice President
  4. Ali Adam – Executive Secretary
  5. Fathimath Habeeba – Secretary
  6. Ibrahim Nishan – Treasurer
  7. Aishath Hussain Mohamed – Executive Committee Member
  8. Aminath Sudha – Executive Committee Member
  9. Hussain Shifau – Executive Committee Member
  10. Zakariyya Easa – Executive Committee Member
  11. Aminath Adhaala Rasheed – Executive Committee Member

“The last two years have been amazing in terms of leading, challenging our own status quo and driving human capital excellence throughout the nation,” MAHRP President Afeef, who also serves as the Regional Director of Training, Development and Quality Assurance at LUX* Resorts, said.

“Our new term will cover aspects such as developing and growing more leaders, as well as focus on youth engagement and leadership programmes, coaching and mentoring and building a bridge to work together with other professional NGOs in the area of human capital development.”

MAHRP is the first professional association registered in the Maldives, dedicated to human resources and people development.

The association’s mission is to serve the needs of HR professionals by providing the most current and comprehensive resources, and to advance the profession by promoting HR’s essential values, setting professional standards and providing the know-how. It is committed to linking and connecting HR professionals and practitioners locally and oversees through signature events and membership activities.

As part of its aim to develop human resources, MAHRP regularly hosts knowledge share events.

The association has also organised exclusive training events in Maldives with world’s leading customer experience consultant Ron Kaufman and world-renowned motivational speaker Robin Banks, the first ever National HR Convention and Expo, and the first ever learning and development conference in Maldives.

MAHRP recently partnered with Southern Community Empowerment Association of Maldives (SCEAM) to host a leadership and growth summit in the southernmost Addu city in November.

Some upcoming events of MAHRP include a Virtual Speakers Convention and National HR Convention. MAHRP will also launch its own podcast and Book Reading Club soon.

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MAHRP successfully concludes Maldives first virtual learning and development conference

Maldives Association of Human Resource Professionals (MAHRP) has successfully concluded the first ever virtual learning and development conference in Maldives.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic and related challenges, MAHRP could not host the event as planned. The event was shifted to a virtual platform.

Hosted on July 11 and 12, the virtual learning and development conference was themed as, “Creating a Value-Driven Learning Culture”. It was attended by over 380 participants, and featured speakers from the Maldives, India, Trinidad and Tobago and Singapore.

Ron Kaufman was the keynote speaker and chief guest of the conference. He brought in so much value by explaining the opportunities ahead to elevate personal and professional life and drive it through a transformation.

Eddie Lee touched upon the topic of coaching and how organisational leaders can bring a cultural change through in-house coaches. He also highlighted the role coaches can play in creating a value-driven learning culture.

Ahmed Ibrahim delivered a keynote on the topic of agility and transformation, and the mindset organisational leaders need. He shared examples from the days of the Industrial Revolution to the current concepts of human capital development.

Aminath Irasha presented a case study on how Islanders Education Group brought a revolution in digital learning through their schools and learning institutions. She was joined by Mauroofa from Billabong High International School, and together they shared the knowledge and transformative experienced gained during the school closures in the wake of the pandemic.

Iyaz Waheed brought with him his favourite topic: growth mindset and how organisations can drive growth mindset. His belief on instilling growth mindset through schools and education institutions was well shared.

Mohamed Ashraf brought an excellent case study on how the nation’s leading bank, Bank of Maldives, created a learning culture, challenged the status quo, and brought a complete transformation to their organisational performance through a continuous learning process.

Aminath Adhala highlighted the importance of living a life driven by values. She gave a significant closing remark; that we should be asking every day, “How do we want others to remember us when we are gone?”

Ahmed Nasir shared a thought-provoking concept and approach. He invited all training providers and organisations to join TVET in transforming learning into practical certifications and skill-based experiences through apprenticeship programmes or set of work experience initiatives.

Mavis Mazhura joined the conference from South Africa, sharing her insights on building emotional resilience and critical elements that will help us to transform our lives.

Hawwa Leesha, Hawwa Shaheena and Dr Safeeya Mohammed conducted an important panel discussion on wellness, wellbeing, happiness and creating a culture of gratitude within an organisation. They shared relevant global and local best practices.

Kiruba Shanker shared his wisdom on building a professional brand image as speakers, learning and development professionals. He showed with practical examples the opportunities we have through social media platforms and how we can use them to our advantage.

Zakariya ‘Zaki’ Easa presented a world-class case study on how Crown & Champa Resorts handled the challenges stemming from the Covid-19 crisis and used learning and development functions to drive the strategy to keep their teams engaged.

Sara Ballinger shared a practical approach to identify, develop and grow talents within our community.

Ibrahim Inaz touched upon the culture of learning and the role of operational managers.

Hassan Shamman, a champion of good HR practices, shared his insights on how we can transform the traditional recruitment process to a value-driven one by challenging the status quo.

Ahmed Saeid presented a thoughtful approach to how cognitive apprenticeship can change organisational learning cultures.

Imelda Sutisna delivered an incredible closing speech on how mentoring can play a crucial role in growing and developing talents within any organisation.

“I should share a moment of gratitude to MAHRP exco and advisory team. Their guidance made this conference a success. Ali Adam, your thoughtful approach in creating our virtual studio, added so much value to our event,” MAHRP President Hussain Afeef, who also serves as the Regional Director of Training, Development and Quality Assurance at LUX* Resorts, said.

“I share this moment of gratitude to all speakers as a reminder that we must celebrate and always be grateful for every success and learning.”

Since the coronavirus pandemic hit our routine, MAHRP has conducted several virtual learning experiences covering topics ranging from HR challenges in force majeure, emotional intelligence, workplace wellness and mental wellbeing, post-pandemic HR leadership requirements, and techniques to follow and engage teams when working from home.

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Special massage from the President of MAHRP: Moment of Gratitude to All Speakers of MAHRP Virtual L&D Conference 2020

MAHRP – Maldives Association of HR Professionals had the privilege to host the Maldives First Virtual Learning and Development Conference. MAHRP was created with a vision of championing human capital excellence within the Maldives. Due to COVID19 and related challenges, we could not host the event as planned, hence moved as a Virtual Event. Attended by over 380 participants event took place from 11 – 12 July 2020. As the President of the Association, I wanted to take a moment and write a line of tribute to each speaker. This conference would not have been a success without these beautiful speakers and expert presenters and their added value throughout the program.

Ron Kaufman, was our keynote speaker and Chief Guest for the conference. He brought in so much value by explaining us the opportunities ahead to elevate our personal and professional life and drive it through a transformation. Ron, as always you did above and beyond. We are forever grateful for your contribution to our community.

Eddie Lee, brought a topic of coaching and how organisational leaders can bring a cultural change through coaches within an organisation and the role coaches can play in creating a value-driven learning culture. Eddie, you were a fantastic keynote speaker.

Ahmed Ibrahim, delivered a keynote on the topic of agility and transformation. The mindset organisational leaders need to bring. He shared examples from the day of the Industrial Revolution to the current concepts of human capital development. Ahmed, as one of the co-founders of MAHRP, thank you for what you do every day to make the lives of others better.

Ira Sha, presented a case study of how Islanders Education Group brought a revolution in
digital learning through their schools and learning institutions. Joined with her Mauroofa, from Billabong High International School, shared their knowledge and transformation during the COVID19 school closure period. Irasha and Mauroofa, we appreciate your sharing and showing the community and us what’s possible.

Iyaz Waheed, brought his favourite topic; growth mindset and how organisations can drive growth mindset. His belief around having a growth mindset as an essential topic in all schools and institutions was well shared. Thank you, Iyaz, for being the community growth mindset advocate.

Mohamed Ashraf, brought us an excellent case study of how the nation’s leading bank, Bank of Maldives, created a learning culture, challenged the status quo, and brought a complete transformation to their organisational performance through a continuous learning process. Ashraf, you did a fantastic job of delivering the case study.

Aminath Adhala, shared the importance of living a life driven by values. She gave a significant closing remark; that we should be asking every day “How do we want others to remember us when we are gone?”. Adhala, your message was profound and relevant to every aspect in everyone lives.

Ahmed Nasir, brought a thought-provoking concept and approach, invited all training providers, organisations to join TVET in transformative learning into practical certifications and skill-based experiences through an apprenticeship program or set of work experience initiatives. Ahmed, your message was what we needed to hear. Thank you.

Mavis Ureke, joined us from South Africa, she poured us golden nuggets on building emotional resilience and critical elements that will help us to transform our lives. Mavis, your genuine sharing was a great inspiration to all participants.

LeeSh Wisam, Dewdrop Shaheena, Dr.Safeeya Mohammed, covered an important panel discussion on wellness, wellbeing, happiness and creating a culture of gratitude within an organisation. Global and local context best practices were shared. Leesh, Shahina, Safeeya, your panel discussion and sharing was what every organisation should implement post COVID19.

Kiruba Shankar, shared wisdom on building a professional brand image as speakers, L&D Professionals and opportunities available. The choices we have in using social platforms and how we can use it to our advantage was shown with practical examples. Kiruba, your message of encouragement to use social platforms wisely was a message our community needed to hear.

Zaki Easa, brought a world-class case study on how Crown and Champa Resorts, handled the COVID19 and used Learning and Development function to drive the strategy to handle the crisis and keep the teams engaged. Zaki, this was one of the key highlights of the conference.

Sara Ballinger, shared a practical approach to identify, develop and grow talents within our community. Sara, your love to the Maldives and our community and to see locals grow beyond their potential was something we always appreciate.

Ibrahim Inaz, driving a culture of learning and the role of operational managers and their engagement was shared. Inaz, your thought-provoking approach and encouragement to L&D Professionals to be operationally visible was a perfect message.

Hassan Shamaam, A champion of good HR practices, shared insights of how we can transform the traditional recruitment process to a value-driven one by challenging the status quo. Shamaam, participants loved your story of how you challenged the purchasing team to get tomatoes and the way you handled it by exploring and growing your own tomatoes.

Ahmed Saeid, shared a thoughtful approach to how cognitive apprenticeship can change organisational learning cultures and added-value advantages one can have. Saeid, your sense of humour and energy enlightened the conference.

Mel Francisco, incredible closing keynote of how mentoring can play a crucial role in growing and developing talents within any organisation. Imelda, your closing keynote made a difference to MAHRP’s Virtual L&D Conference.

I should share a moment of gratitude to MAHRP EXCO, Advisory Team too. Their guidance made this conference a success. Ali Adam, your thoughtful approach in creating our virtual studio, added so much value to our event.

I share this moment of gratitude to all speakers as a reminder; that we must celebrate and always be grateful for every success and learning.

In the race of excellence there is no finish line… stay tuned as MAHRP will bring the Maldives First International Speakers Convention In September 2020.
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Notification for MAHRP Annual General Meeting 2020 – VIRTUAL (Wednesday 29 July 2020)

Dear MAHRP Registered Members,

Notice: MAHRP ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2020 – VIRTUAL (Wednesday 29 July 2020)

MAHRP President and Executive Committee is delighted to invite all MAHRP Members for our next Annual General Meeting scheduled to take place on Wednesday 29 July from 20:30 – 22:00. This will be conducted via ZOOM. ZOOM Links will be shared with MAHRP Members a day before the event.

During this Annual General Meeting, the secretariat will facilitate the election of the new Executive Committee, sharing of MAHRP annual report and strategies for the next term. MAHRP executive committee is two years. Every Member of MAHRP is eligible to apply for an Executive Committee post. Executive Posts available are 01 President, 02 Vice Presidents, 01 General Secretary, 01 Treasurer and 05 Executive Committee Members.

Only MAHRP registered as of now are eligible to apply. New MAHRP Membership will be open only from 1 August 2020.

Should you wish to apply for any posts; feel free to apply via below link; MAHRP AGM Secretariat will contact you with verification and update you before the event.

Application click here

Agenda of the AGM – Virtual – Wednesday 29 July 2020

20:15 Members in Attendance – Virtual Verification
20:30 Recitation of Holy Quran
20:32 Program Agenda and Overview by the Host of the Event
20:35 Speech by the current term President of MAHRP – Annual Report Highlights
20:45 AGM Secretariat Takes over to elect the New Term EXCO August 2020 – September 2022
20:55 Secretariat sharing the voting guidelines
20:58 Announcing of the candidates applied
21:00 Candidates – remarks before the vote – each candidate to get 1 – 2 minutes to share with the audience their motivation to become a part of MAHRP EXCO
21:10 Voting and announcement of the new EXCO
21:30 Closing remarks from the Secretariat
21:45 New EXCO and Presidents remarks
22:00 End of the Event

We look forward to having you at the MAHRP AGM 2020; Thank you for your support and contribution to grow and lead.

Sent on behalf of the President and AGM Secretariat

Thank You
MAHRP

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MAHRP OPENS REGISTRATION FOR MALDIVES FIRST VIRTUAL LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE

Maldives Association of Human Resource Professionals (MAHRP) has opened registration for the first ever virtual learning and development conference in Maldives.

Set to take place on July 11 and 12, the virtual learning and development conference will be themed as, “Creating a Value-Driven Learning Culture”. It will feature speakers from the Maldives, India, Trinidad and Tobago and Singapore.

MAHRP hosted the first ever learning and development conference in Maldives last year. It focused on finding smart, creative strategies and techniques to meet the current demand and needs of learning and development, to address today’s challenges and to handle the future workforce.

“This was supposed to be the second MAHRP L&D Conference, but due to the current situation we have decided to make it a 100 per cent virtual event, where expert speakers will deliver keynotes, case studies and panel discussions specifically focusing on HR Leadership and Challenges in creating a learning culture,” MAHRP President Hussain Afeef, who also serves as the Regional Director of Training, Development and Quality Assurance at LUX* Resorts, said.

“This will be an event free of charge, and a golden opportunity for all L&D professionals and industry members.”

Since the coronavirus lockdown, MAHRP has conducted eight virtual learning experiences covering topics ranging from HR challenges in force majeure, emotional intelligence, workplace wellness and mental wellbeing, post-pandemic HR leadership requirements, and techniques to follow and engage teams when working from home.

MAHRP is the first professional association registered in the Maldives, dedicated to human resources and people development.

The association’s mission is to serve the needs of HR professionals by providing the most current and comprehensive resources, and to advance the profession by promoting HR’s essential values, setting professional standards and providing the know-how. It is committed to linking and connecting HR professionals and practitioners locally and oversees through signature events and membership activities.

As part of its aim to develop human resources, MAHRP regularly hosts knowledge share events.

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MAHRP signed an MoU to become endorsing partner of The My Entry to Hospitality Programme by Jobsicle.

Maldives Association of Human Resources Professionals (MAHRP) has signed an MoU to become endorsing partner of The My Entry to Hospitality programme by Jobsicle. With this MoU, MAHRP will actively promote virtual training programme to attract Maldivian Youth to Tourism Industry. Moreover, Jobsicle will get opportunity to use MAHRP virtual studio setup to conduct classes in Male’.

Online skills matching startup Jobsicle is a free virtual training programme for those interested in a career in the Maldives lucrative tourism industry. The programme consists of 22 modules that will be facilitated by 21 professionals from across the Maldives.

The programme is engineered with an interactive questionnaire to test the understanding levels of the participants at the end of each module.

Screen view timings will be tracked to ensure participants meet the attendance requirements for the completion of the programme.

Participants that successfully complete the three-month programme will be awarded an industry-recognised certification.

“Jobsicle is working as a supportive platform for all employees and employers of all the industries including the tourism sector,” a statement read.

“As part of its vision to develop support service, Jobsicle has reached key available industry stakeholders, NGOs, GMs, and Facilitators to build a training programme that is free, convenient, and user friendly for those who seek their entry to Maldives tourism sector.”

Jobsicle is accepting applications from individuals as well as institutions — resorts, hotels, guesthouses and companies — for the first batch (limited seats). Interested parties can enrol via the Jobsicle website.

“… depending on the demand, we aim to conduct more sessions to assist Maldivians for build their career at Maldives tourism industry,” the statement read.

The Maldives’ tourism industry has greatly expanded over the past 47 years, becoming the country’s main economic activity and the biggest employer.

Over the past few years, dozens of uninhabited islands have been leased to local and foreign resort developers. Several international brands have entered into the market, increasing the number of resorts to 150 plus. That number is set to increase in the coming years.

Along with the new resort openings come the challenge of increasing demand from budget travellers who choose guesthouses over luxury resorts that the Maldives is known for. The guesthouse sector has rapidly expanded with over 450 guesthouses in operation today.

With the expansion comes the need to train locals for a range of new jobs that are expected to open up.

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Message from MAHRP

Dear All MAHRP Members and HR Professionals within our network!

Greetings from MAHRP EXCO!

We hope everyone is doing well and in good spirit. At this moment of time what we are going through is something that many of us have not experienced or seen in recent history. The last time the world has seen a pandemic was in 1918. COVID-19 is bringing new challenges which will last for months and in some cases for years.

As HR professionals, it is absolutely important to stay strong and lead the teams that we manage. This won’t be an easy task. To get through this pandemic from all aspects we need a different level of thinking and mindset. In this special message to all MAHRP Members we would like to share few tips on what that mindset is all about:

1. Be Energetic; Your colleagues are looking at you for answers and you are their hope. Therefore come to work with energy and enthusiasm. We will get through this.
2. Be Transparent; Keep your team informed about various measures you will be taking from financial stress and business continuity plan, Make sure your team gets it from you or your team directly before they hear it from a newspaper or an internal memo shared by someone else.
3. Encourage and Remind: Encourage your teams to stay alert and be aware of the information shared by the local authorities and national level preventive measures. Reminder your Team to follow those instructions diligently.
4. Be Available: Your team may ask the same question from you over and over again. Or different colleagues may ask the same question. During this time your team needs you more than ever. Be available for them at all times and be compassionate in your response.
5. Be The HOPE: There is a lot of uncertainty around the spread of COVID-19 and its direct impact on all types of businesses. HR Professionals can lead by being the hope for everyone and encouraging them to stay on course. There is no doubt times ahead will be tough. However, if we persevere we will get through this.

MAHRP EXCO and Team wishes you well, stay strong, lead and be the hope of everyone in your team and organisation.

We will get through this and come out even stronger.

Sincerely always
Afeef
President – MAHRP

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MAHRP postpones National HR Convention over coronavirus fears

Maldives Association of Human Resource Professionals (MAHRP) has postponed the National HR Convention and EXPO 2020 due to the global outbreak of the coronavirus.

In a statement, MAHRP said on Friday that the convention, initially set to be held from March 14-15 at the main convention centre of Dharubaaruge in capital Male, had been postponed due to the impact and high risks involved in hosting a mass gathering of 300 HR professionals and international speakers. The decision was taken after a careful review with Health Protection Agency (HPA), it added.

MAHRP stressed that the event had been rescheduled to July 6-7.

“We have received several registrations and each one of them will be updated with this change, for those who have already paid, we will be contacting you with various options. MAHRP assures you that July 2020 Convention will even be better with a world class set of speakers and experts,” the statement read.

“We apologise for any inconveniences this may cause to you. It was a very difficult decision and we made it for the best interest of our HR professionals, participants and the entire nation.”

The second National HR Convention and EXPO is themed under, “Transformation and Culture – Future of Human Capital”. All keynotes and sessions will focus on sub-themes: People Transformation and Culture, Talent Development and Retention, HR Tech and Agility, Wellness at Workplace, and Leadership and Human Capital Strategy.

The event will witness the attendance of world-renowned keynote speakers, as well as local experts and speakers covering industry best practices and new trends in HR strategies. They will also share stories of transformational experiences within the world of human capital development.

In addition to the learning opportunities from world-class speakers, the National HR Convention and EXPO will showcase products, services and solutions with a specific focus on HR and related technologies from service providers.

MAHRP is the first professional association registered in the Maldives, dedicated to human resources and people development. The association’s mission is to serve the needs of HR professionals by providing the most current and comprehensive resources, and to advance the profession by promoting HR’s essential values, setting professional standards and providing the know-how. It is committed to linking and connecting HR professionals and practitioners locally and oversees through signature events and membership activities.

In addition to the National HR Convention and EXPO 2020, MAHRP’s line-up of events for 2020 includes the second Learning and Development Conference in July, as well as sessions with world-renowned speakers such as Marshall Goldsmith, Robin Banks and Ron Kaufman. Regular HR best practice share sessions will also be held across the Maldives.

MAHRP will also continue its research partnership with Villa College and hospitality sector awareness programme with Maldives Association of Tourism Industry (MATI).

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MAHRP Signs MOU with Public Service Media (PSM)

Maldives Association of Human Resource Professionals (MAHRP) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Public Service Media (PSM) to become media partner for various MAHRP events. “This agreement is valid for one year period effective February 2020 till January 2021, under this agreement PSM will play a vital role to disseminate information about very much needed for general public, especially those who manage human capital” said President Hussain Afeef. Under the MoU, Public Service Media company will get opportunity to tap various resources of MAHRP to enhance its human capital management system, and actively participate various MAHRP events.


The major events like National HR Conference and Expo, Learning and Development Conference, and thought leader progammes will advertised through this MoU. The 2nd edition of National HR Conference and Expo is a unique and innovative event designed to engage, challenge, develop and inspire business leaders and HR personalities in the Maldives. World-renowned experts as well as local experts are expected to share their ideas, opinions and insights, as facilitators during the event. It also serves as a complimentary business-networking event catered to senior-level professionals and HR professionals that will help organizations to make their choices that will drive business forward through successful HR management.

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MARP held session on Income Tax for HR Professionals

MARP kickoff year 2020 by holding The Great HR Best Practice Share Session. MAHRP in association within with Farish & Co together with Maldives Inland Revenue Athority (MIRA) has conducted focused session on “Income Tax Matters and the Role of HR and Administration Teams” targeted to human resource professionals and payroll managers. Over 140 people took part in the session.

Ali Faris Mohamed was the main presenter in the session. He is the Founder and managing partner of Faris & Co, a registered audit and tax consultancy firm in the Maldives. He is a fully qualified member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and a Level 2 Candidate of the Certified Financial Analyst (CFA) Program. He holds a Master’s Degree in Finance from International Islamic University of Malaysia and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Admin (Accounting) from Lewis-Clark State College, USA.

He is an experienced auditor registered with Auditor General’s Office, and a category 1 licensed tax agent at Maldives Inland Revenue Authority. He has several years of experience in the field of auditing, bookkeeping, tax consultancy and serves a diverse portfolio of clients from multinational companies to high net worth individuals and businesses in the Maldives.

Very prominent team from MIRA joined in the discussion after Farish’s presentation. MIRA Team includes;

Yoosuf Shiraz
Technical Director

Mohamed Siraj Muneer
Assistant Commissioner General, Revenue Operation

Moosa Haleem
Director General, Corporate Business

Mohamed Ali Waheed
Director General, Technical and Facilitation

MIRA team gave detailed information about the regulations, attended some of the question posed by the participants.  The seesion was held at Faculty of Education Auditorium. Parliament passed the income tax bill after much debate. The bill was passed in the Parliamentary session 4th December 2019 and was supported by 67 MPs. Imposing income tax is a promise of the current administration. It is also a source of income noted in the proposed state budget of 2020.

The brackets for the taxes are

  • 0 – MVR 60,000
  • MVR 60,000 – MVR 100,000: 5.5 percent
  • MVR 100,000 – MVR 150,000: 8 percent
  • MVR 150,000 – MVR 200,000: 12 percent
  • MVR 200,000 and above: 15 percent

Income act came to effect on January 1, 2020, and will be collected from April 1, 2020, onwards.

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