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Malta's longstanding tradition as a PR Destination continues with Permanent Residence Programme 2021 .
After years of intensive negotiations and wrangling, the European Union and United Kingdom have finally reached an agreement entitled the “EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement” (the “Brexit Agreement” or “Agreement"). Such Agreement sets forth the terms on which the EU and the UK will carry out trade relations between them post-December 2020.
Covid 19 applicable rules & regulations under Malta Law in relation to Malta company reconstruction, restructuring & insolvency
By investing in Malta Residence Programmes individuals and families can attain residency status and relocate to Malta. Amongst the programmes, the Malta Ordinary Residence Scheme gives EU/EEA nationals the right to transfer their tax residence to a high quality and safe jurisdiction such as Malta.
Many of us plan their relocation or their business' relocation but it is crucial to consider whether one will affect the other and whether we can indeed plan for both at the same time with the maximum flexibility and advantage being obtained.
In November 2020, Malta launched the "Granting of Maltese Citizenship for Exceptional Services Regulations". The new Maltese Citizenship Regulations for direct Investment allow the grant of citizenship in Malta after one or three years of legal residence, the passing of 4-tier due diligence and a direct investment of €600,000 to €750,000 to the Malta citizenship fund.
Maltese Citizenship can be attained through various pathways. Whilst it can be attained through birth, descent, marriage and adoption, it could also be attained through the various programmes available to investors.
Who's Who Legal Malta lawyers Priscilla Mifsud-Parker and Woktec Gazala co-author the publication "Business Relocation to the European Island of Malta – A Practical Guide" published by Who's Who Legal Business Relocation Guides for Malta annually. Priscilla Mifsud Parker and Wojtek Gadzała, Chetcuti Cauchi Advocates
This article gives an insight into the Malta Taxation system for Resident non-Doms, focusing on entities. Subject to corporate tax in Malta on remittance basis are entities incorporated outside of Malta, with a place of effective management and control in Malta.
Swift technological advancements, social media and the internet have all contributed to the transformation of the manner in which artistic, literary works and other creative arts are created, produced, distributed and exploited. Current law does provide exceptions and specific scenarios that attempt to tackle novel technologies however a revision of the Act, keeping in mind that technological neutrality is paramount, would greatly improve the current situation.


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