Publications

Publications
 25 Sep 2018 Jean-Philippe Chetcuti
Revocation of Maltese Citizenship
 19 Sep 2018 Jean-Philippe Chetcuti
The Maltese Economy
 07 Sep 2018 Jean-Philippe Chetcuti
Malta Citizenship by Investment is being granted to investors seeking to obtain a European passport within one year. The Malta Citizenship by Investment program is the only EU-approved economic passport programme.
 06 Sep 2018 Priscilla Mifsud Parker
As Malta gears up to become the world's first state to provide a comprehensive framework for blockchain businesses and cryptocurrencies, the environment is perfect for technology and blockchain specialists seeking a jurisdiction which is open to the innovation which their industry brings, and which would be an ideal jurisdiction for relocation. This article also addresses Malta's challenges in terms of manpower which it shall need to address as it becomes a Fintech hub.
 06 Sep 2018 Priscilla Mifsud Parker
The Government has unveiled a consultation document which sets out the regulatory framework for the creation of the Malta Digital Innovation Authority (MDIA), the regulation of Technological Arrangements (i.e DLT-Platforms and smart contracts) and their service providers, and thirdly, it provides a draft regulatory framework for ICOs and the provision of services in relation to Virtual Currencies.
 05 Sep 2018 Charlene Ciantar
Frequently Asked Questions on Malta Company Formation by CC Legal Tax @ Corporate.
 05 Sep 2018 Jean-Philippe Chetcuti
Malta Credit Ratings
 31 Aug 2018 Jean-Philippe Chetcuti
The development of Malta as the jurisdiction of choice for companies operating in the financial services industry has been greatly aided by the efforts of the Malta Financial Services Authority (the MFSA) which adopts a prudent but flexible approach, providing a solid regulatory framework whilst encouraging progress and innovation.
 31 Aug 2018 Maria Chetcuti Cauchi
Nestor Laiviera speaks to Maltese Law Firm Chetcuti Cauchi Advocates regarding the often-praised financial services sector, and what the EU's plans for the financial transaction tax and fiscal union would mean for Malta.  
 16 Aug 2018 Jean-Philippe Chetcuti
Among the four pillars which the European Union (EU) is built upon are the principles of free movement of people and capital amongst the Member States. It is also generally accepted that countries are continuously seeking to attract foreign direct investment to boost economic growth and expand their wealth. Such cross-border investments are not only sourced from within the Member States but are in general also welcomed from third-country nationals, businesses and governments alike.


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