Setting up a business in Malta is straightforward and transparent, many investors seek out service providers in order to handle the legal and logistical requirements starting from company registration, banking facilities, recruitment of staff and an array of many more services.
On the 7th of March, Malta registered its first case of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2, commonly known as coronavirus or COVID-19. As of the 20th of April, Malta has registered a total of 427 cases, 118 of which have recovered.
The Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) has included within its COVID-19 contingency and business continuity panning a circular announcing that
Plants have provided most of our most pervasive and most effective medicines. Even the advent of industrial pharmacy did not substantially change this relationship between man and plant for many of our most successful pharmaceuticals...
Malta has one of the largest shipping registries in the European Union, and the sixth-largest maritime flag in the world.
Malta introduced a patent box regime, which is a regime that provides lower effective tax rates on income derived from intellectual property...
As the UK Government steps up its efforts to achieve Brexit by the current deadline, which is 31 October, the probability of a Hard Brexit ....
The Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) have recently released an update regarding UK licensed investment funds, asset managers and investment firms also known as ‘UK entities’ passporting into Malta.
The Companies Act (Register of Beneficial Owners) (Amendment) Regulations, 2019 has been put into place on 12th July 2019.