The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) have been asked by 35 countries and the European Commission to revise anti-money laundering policies pertaining to cryptocurrencies.
Zeta has incorporated it’s own SCC by the name of Pomegranate SCC p.l.c.. We promote Pomegranate to third parties who may be looking to undertake a securitisation transaction without incurring additional time and costs required for the purposes of incorporating, setting up and maintaining a dedicated securitisation vehicle or an SCC.
There are several types of investment funds that can be set up in Malta. These range from the traditional UCITS fund to Professional Investor Funds (PIFs), Alternative Investment Funds (AIFs), Private Funds and the recently launch Notified Alternative Investment Fund (NAIF).
The Malta Financial Services Authority (‘MFSA’) published a new set of rules regulating collective investment schemes using virtual currencies.
The Commission has welcomed the entry into force of new rules obliging Member States to give tax authorities access to data collected under anti-money laundering legislation.
The Malta Financial Service Authority (the ‘MFSA’), Malta’s regulator for the Financial Services industry, published the consultation document in November 2017
Bitcoin, virtual currencies, crypto currencies, digital currencies, blockchain, smart contracts, peer-to-peer, private keys, public keys, API’s, DLT, altcoins, coins prefixed with the vulgar term for faeces, tokens, ICOs - even the terminology is evolving at a pace that is hard to keep up with. So what is all the fuss about? Let us start with the first term on this list - Bitcoin.