We are experts in most financial disciplines relevant to advising, structuring and supporting our clients to execute complex international business transactions. We can assist you with setting up and managing your business, advise you on complex negotiations and help you to navigate regulatory matters.
Our focus is durability: Zeta has its fingers on the pulse of Europe’s shifting regulatory landscape and will help you implement robust solutions for your international set-up. With our help, you can access this insight with greater ease, and implement solutions that might otherwise remain beyond your grasp.
Zeta and its specialised licensed affiliates are owned by management; the firm’s independence provides dynamic internal resources that are channelled to best serve our clients’ interests.
“Zeta aims to consistently build its reputation as a leading provider of bespoke corporate, administrative and financial services. We are committed to being a trusted partner for our clients, and to maintaining the high standard of excellence expected by our stakeholders. To achieve this we invest in the best people who share our same commitment.
“We value competence, integrity, and professionalism, and work enthusiastically to achieve a respectful environment wherever we operate. In this way, we will continue to grow both as an organisation and as individuals.”
The Council of the EU has just reached an agreement to work on a directive intended to tackle cross-border tax planning. This agreement was reached on 13 March 2018 at a meeting of the Economic and Financial Affairs Council. The fundamental idea of the directive is to pre-empt tax planning schemes detrimental to the interests of the EU’s member states before they are actually implemented.
A new gaming bill has been tabled in the Parliament of Malta. On 13 March 2018, the Hon. Silvio Schembri, the Parliamentary Secretary for Financial Services, Digital Economy and Innovation, tabled a motion in Parliament for the first reading of a new gaming bill.
On 13 March 2018, the Council of the EU published its latest amendments to its list of non-cooperative jurisdictions in matters of taxation. Changes include the removal of Bahrain, the Marshall Islands and Saint Lucia, and the addition of the Bahamas, Saint Kitts and Nevis, and the US Virgin Islands.