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Malta lies in the centre of the Mediterranean Sea and as such holds a strategic position between mainland Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. The country’s long standing neutral political policy has proved vital for maintaining...

Malta has a long and varied maritime tradition and has established itself as a maritime leader in the Mediterranean region and the world....Read More >

Registering a yacht under the Malta Flag is a straightforward process, particularly with the Maltese register being one of the top 10...Read More >

The introduction of the Aircraft Registration Act has formalised Malta’s commitment to develop the jurisdiction as a successful base...Read More >

One of the most advantageous incentives introduced under Maltese law is the VAT scheme which targets yacht owners who choose to register...Read More >

Maltese Company Law is in conformity with EU directives. The principal legislation covering companies and partnerships in Malta is the...Read More >

A company registered in Malta is not required to open a bank account with a Maltese bank. However, in some circumstances, it is...Read More >

A Company incorporated in Malta is treated as domiciled and ordinarily resident in Malta and taxable on world-wide income at 35%. A Company...Read More >

In Malta the most common form of corporate entity is the limited liability company, which may be either private... 

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Latest News

Standoff with eastern oil protesters escalates

Libyan armed forces warn shippers to stay off seized ports as Cyrenaican blockaders say they will provide tanker security in defiance to...

IMO 2014 Regulations Entry into Force - Worldwide

The IMO has issued a news release summarizing various amendments to international maritime conventions that entered into force on 1 January 2014. The...

Shipping & Greek EU Presidency

The Greek government’s main aim once it officially assumes the rotating presidency of the European Union on 8 January is to reach a quick...

In Malta the most common form of corporate entity is the limited liability company, which may be either private or public. In order to set up a limited liability company approval must be obtained by the Registrar of Companies. Subject to certain requirements being satisfied, a company can be incorporated within 48 hours. A company must have at least one shareholder and one director. A trading company must also have a company secretary. The minimum share capital can be as low as €240 and other costs incurred for the registration of a company are minimal.

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