Christopher is an economist by profession and he currently leads the Economic Advisory Unit of Deloitte. He is authoring and coordinating the undertaking of economic studies, financial analysis and market intelligence on the Maltese economy, the European Union and beyond. Since joining Deloitte Chris has been tasked with carrying out a number of economic intelligence assignments with particular focus on hotels, retail and real estate. Recently, Chris has conducted an economic impact assessment and an economic risk profile on an innovative technology being developed by the Institute of Aerospace Technologies of the University of Malta.
He is a former Central Bank Senior Economist, with 15 years of experience in undertaking macroeconomic studies, managing surveys and the compilation of real, monetary, and public finance frameworks, both for local consumption and in fulfilling respective European Commission’s and ECB’s regulations. Christopher has represented the Central Bank on a number of ECB working groups and committees. Before joining Deloitte, he was a consultant at Misco Consulting Ltd, Impetus Europe Consulting Ltd and Combined Maritime Ltd. He has also given technical assistance in the valuation of intangibles, the preparation of business plans, cash flow monitoring and the compilation of performance monitors for 6PM Group Plc. He facilitated lectures in economics at the European Documentation and Research Centre of the University of Malta and project management at MCAST. Mr Pace holds a post graduate degree in economics from the University of Malta.
His area of specialisation is to undertake macroeconomic and microeconomic analysis, business plans, feasibility studies, cost benefit analysis, risk profiles and market intelligence.