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The MFSA has made amendments to the VFA Service Providers Rulebook in order to increase clarification.
 20 May 2019 
The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) and the Malta Police Force (MPF) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to further increase and improve the efficacy of their co-operation and to strengthen the exchange of information with regards to gaming operations.
The MFSA has announced that it will be launching a new technological tool for banks’ reporting to the same authority. Banks are obliged to report to the Authority prudential and financial information. The MFSA has held a session for all stakeholders on the 7th of May in order to announce this new tool.
 23 Apr 2019 Chetcuti Cauchi
Chetcuti Cauchi Advocates have announced a legal partnership with Malta Law Students Society GħSL The 'Għaqda Studenti tal-Liġi' or GħSL is a faculty-based and non-profit law student organisation at the University of Malta. Chetcuti Cauchi Advocates, through this partnership, have guaranteed a number of traineeship positions to create new prospects for law students at the University of Malta.
 18 Apr 2019 Admin
Chetcuti Cauchi is proud to sponsor and partner with GhSL – the Malta Law Students’ Society, a non-profit, faculty-based student organisation at the University of Malta organising activities during the year to help students academically and provides a holistic university experience. Chetcuti Cauchi is the main sponsor of GhSL.
 28 Feb 2019 
On the 28th of February 2019, new Malta Place of Supply Guidelines were issued which provide regulations for a new operating lease mode surrounding the place of supply of the hiring of pleasure yachts and their VAT requirements.
MFSA has published Chapter 3 of the VFA Rulebook for Service Providers seeking a license ranging from service regulations to the enforcement of sanctions.
On the 14th February 2019, the House of Commons voted against the amendments to the Brexit plan, indicating further uncertainty on the way forward. Whilst talks are still going, the deadline to avoid a no-deal Brexit is pressing on.
 08 Feb 2019 
Malta Gaming Authority has received over 20 applications from Gaming companies looking to set up in Malta. This continues to drive the country's intention of cultivating growth within the jurisdiction.
Today during a press conference, Malta Financial Authority (MFSA) presented the strategic vision for 2021. The plan describes the authority’s approach to risk management, conduct, enforcement, and anti-money laundering (AML)/counter-financing of terrorism (CFT) supervision.


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