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Malta recently introduced an attractive 15% flat rate of tax for individuals working in the financial services sector who can meet a number of requirements specificied in the relevant legal notice. This measure was introduced in response to the growth which the Maltese financial services sector, which has seen rapid growth in the context of hedge funds, FOREX businesses, captives and other areas, has registered over the last few years. This measure is now being extended to cover the country's well established internet gambling industry.
 18 Jun 2019 Dr. Silvana Zammit
Malta’s strategy to gaming has certainly been bold and unique. Rather than focusing on a monopolistic or condescending response to the budding industry, the legislator decided to focus on regulation and transparency. Malta presents a strict approach to licensing and monitoring of gaming operations thus providing optimum protection for players. Having said that, the system is a non-bureaucratic one, providing flexibility to the operators.
 17 Jun 2019 Dr. Silvana Zammit
As a result of Malta’s innovative approach towards the iGaming industry, it has attracted various individuals interested in contributing towards the sector as well as those who wish to further it through technological advancements. Malta has, therefore, made a name for itself within the industry of Gaming, establishing itself as a pioneer for the development of this sector.
 17 Jun 2019 Chetcuti Cauchi
Malta’s continuous growth in the Remote Gaming Sector shows no sign of slowing down. This can be attributed to a number of reasons, including a stable regulatory regime, a business-friendly environment and a professional, multi-lingula workforce.
 17 Jun 2019 Dr. Silvana Zammit
Malta provides a series of schemes and fiscal incentives to investors setting up their Malta digital gaming operation for their international digital gaming projects
Compare and Contrast Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) Regimes, their asset classes activities and the Malta new proposed REIT regime
In 2018, the number of people having a net worth of more than US$ 1 million worldwide exceeded 19.6 million and this is expected to grow by 19% over the next 5 year period. The UNHW population (worth US$30million+) in 2018 stood at 198,342. The predicted UHNW population is going to grow 22% by the year 2023.
Smart Contracts, Blockchain, the future is here & now
As Smart Manufacturing becomes a reality, Malta is quickly becoming a centre for investment in digital technology within the EU. Already a leading player in the market, Malta continues to incentivise research and development in the manufacturing industry to attract foreign investment.
With legislation compliant with the EU and strong ties with the UK, Malta is a well-regulated jurisdiction with a pro-business mindset. Malta’s Asset Management sector is benefiting from this unique blend of assets, and foreign investment to the island is continuing to grow.


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