We are experts in most financial services related 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. Through us, you will have easy access to the expertise you require, and we shall help you implement solutions that might otherwise remain beyond your grasp.
Zeta and its specialised licensed group companies 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 the same commitment we do.
“We value competence, integrity, and professionalism, and work enthusiastically to achieve a respectful environment wherever we operate. In this way, we shall continue to grow both as an organisation and as individuals.”
Following the adoption of the Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive by the European Council, as with the other European Jurisdictions, Malta has been bound.....
The Malta Financial Services Authority (the ‘MFSA’) have published a circular with a status update on the VFA Framework.
The MFSA has issued a circular to Collective Investment Schemes and Depositories notifying them of upcoming changes covering the legal requirements of custodians under the UCITS and AIFMD Directives.
The Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) is drawing the attention of fund managers and investment firms licensed in Malta (Maltese Licensed Entities) that are currently passporting into the UK that they need to apply to the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) under the Temporary Permissions Regime (TPR) so that they may carry on conducting their business within