26 Հլս 2019 Dr. Maria Chetcuti Cauchi
This publication provides an overview of the process which promoters must undergo in order to obtain a Maltese banking license.
 26 Հլս 2019 Chetcuti Cauchi
Employees working for in the investment services companies and insurance industries stand to receive tax benefits on employment income received in Malta.
 25 Հլս 2019 David Joseph Borg

The Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) has undertaken a consultation process concerning a proposal to establish a legal framework catering for the formation and domicile of Reinsurance Special Purpose Vehicles (RSPV) in Malta. Reinsurance special purpose vehicles are undertakings, other than existing insurance or reinsurance undertakings, which assume risks from a ceding undertaking.

 16 Հլս 2019 Dr. Jean-Philippe Chetcuti
Why could an application to the Malta Individual Investor Programme be rejected? Read more about the 5 most common reasons why MIIP applications are declined and how to qualify for the Malta Citizenship by Investment Programme.
 15 Հլս 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.
 15 Հլս 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
 15 Հլս 2019 Dr. 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.
 15 Հլս 2019 Trudy Marie Attard
During 2009, a protocol amending the Double Tax Avoidance Treaty was signed by Malta and Italy. The protocol will not only reinforce the provisions of the treaty, but it will also encourage investments between Italian and Maltese entrepreneurs.
 15 Հլս 2019 Dr. Jean-Philippe Chetcuti
Malta recently introduced an attractive 15% flat rate of tax for individuals working in the financial services sector who satisfy a number of requirements specified in the relevant legal notice. This measure was introduced in response to the growth which the Maltese financial services sector has witnessed, in the context of hedge funds, FOREX businesses, captives, and other areas which have registered over the last few years.
 15 Հլս 2019 Dr. Maria Chetcuti Cauchi
As from 1st January 2012, Malta has issued another incentive for expatriates working in development of innovative and creative digital products. Through this incentive, the latter may choose to have their employment income in respect of work exercised in Malta to be chargeable at a flat rate of 15% tax in lieu of progressive rates of tax which can be as high as 35%.

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