Establish a Subsidiary in Malta

Establish a Subsidiary in Malta

A subsidiary is a legal entity chosen by foreign investors in Malta. The company abroad is separate from the operating company in Malta and the parent company can still control the subsidiary through the owned stock. Maltese subsidiaries benefit from the large number of double tax treaties signed with other states. An important treaty is also the EU Parent-Subsidiary Directive which…
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Virtual Office in Malta

Virtual Office in Malta

A virtual office can represent the optimal solution for small entrepreneurs who or sole traders from abroad who are interested in a business office for analyzing the market in which they want to do business, without needing to consider a traditional office for the moment. If you would like to receive virtual office…
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Open a Maltese Limited Liability Company

Open a Maltese Limited Liability Company

According to the Maltese Company Act, there are several types of companies available for those interested in company formation in Malta. Among these, the most employed business vehicles are the private and public limited liability companies. There are several differences between the two business forms regarding the number of shareholders and the requirements for…
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Types of Companies in Malta

Most foreign entrepreneurs are attracted by the investment legislation Malta enabled. However, there are also other reasons foreign investors choose Malta as their preferred country of doing business, one of them being the flexibility of the incorporation procedure and types of business entities available for registration. Company formation in Malta falls under the Maltese Company…
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The Company Act in Malta

The Company Act in Malta

The Company Act in Malta is actually based on the Company Law of the United Kingdom. It mainly concerns civil matters rather than common law. The first Company Act in Malta was called the Commercial Partnerships Ordinance and it was replaced in 1995 with the new legislation. Companies in Malta had to transform their structures according…
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