18 Jul 2018 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
 12 Jul 2018 Antoine Saliba Haig
Being among the only few European countries providing non-EU residents with the possibility of obtaining permanent residency from day one, Malta and Greece's respective programmes are intriguing, to say the least. The Malta Greece Permanent Residency Programmes Comparison puts the two programmes on a level playing field and addresses the pros and cons of both.
 12 Jul 2018 Antoine Saliba Haig
The Malta Residence & Citizenship Programmes - A Comparison
 27 Jun 2018 Maria Chetcuti Cauchi
Professional Investor Funds are collective investment schemes designed for professional and high net worth investors. As such they benefit from a lighter touch regulatory regime. This publication discusses this investment product in detail.
 27 Jun 2018 Silvana Zammit
The New Gaming Act which was published on the 15th of May and shall come into force on the 1st of July 2018 implements a number of changes which aim at expanding the powers and functions of the Malta Gaming Authority from a regulatory perspective and eliminating previous bureaucratic measures. The New Gaming Act is aimed at providing further protection for players and a more efficient system for licensed operators.
 24 May 2018 Priscilla Mifsud Parker
Legal implications for UK Asset Managers and Funds licensed in the UK
 14 May 2018 Priscilla Mifsud Parker
Blockchain is set to revolutionise the banking industry. The Blockchain in Banking article will explore the benefits of this technology and how it proposed to change current banking systems
 03 May 2018 Priscilla Mifsud Parker
An overview of how ICOs work and an introduction to how the Maltese Regulator shall regulate them.
 23 Apr 2018 Priscilla Mifsud Parker
This publication explores the first consequences and developments following Brexit and gives an overview of the current situation as talks for a future trade deal come to a standstill. The UK will need to settle its position on EU citizens’ rights, the leaving bill and the Irish Border before the EU would be willing to enter into trade talks. It also explores possible future trade models and how these could impact businesses, particularly the financial services & banking sectors.
 19 Apr 2018 Michelle de Maria
The OECD Multilateral Instrument – the international tax reset

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