Davinia Cutajar

Davinia Cutajar is a corporate, trust, and relocation lawyer, with experience in property law and litigation, and a keen interest in corporate governance, professional company direction and future studies. 

Before joining WH, Davinia was the Managing Partner of a law firm in Malta specialising in corporate law and financial services, employment law, relocation services and yacht and trademark registration. 

While her legal career started as a litigation lawyer with a well-respected law firm in Valletta, she later moved to corporate, trustee and compliance law, fulfilled the role of Money Laundering Reporting Officer and Compliance Officer for a corporate and trustee services in Malta, before being appointed as the Director responsible for the same industries within the same organisation. 

Her practice areas at WH Partners are Corporate law, Corporate Governance and Professional Company Direction, Trusts and Foundations, Compliance, Citizenship, Residence and Immigration, Real Estate law and Dispute Resolution.

Davinia was admitted to the Malta Bar in March 2006, and has been a member of the Chamber of Advocates since.

She is a member of the Institute for Financial Services Practitioners (IFSP) and forms part of the IFSP's Sub-Committee on Compliance.


Davinia read law at the University of Malta and was conferred a B.A. in Legal and Humanistic (European) Studies in 2003, a Diploma of Notary Public in 2004, and a Doctorate of Laws in 2005, after successfully completing an ERASMUS program at Tor Vergata University in Rome, Italy, in the same year. 

She is fluent in English, Maltese and Italian, and has a basic knowledge of French.

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English Literature

In a world where you can be anything, be kind.

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