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Press releases and law firm thought leadership

This page is dedicated to keeping readers informed of the latest news and thought leadership articles from law firms across the globe.

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The Malta Individual Investor Programme (MIIP)

January 2017 - Tax & Private Client. Legal Developments by Kinanis LLC.

More articles by this firm.

A. INTRODUCTION

The whole process to obtain a Malta passport via the Malta Individual Investor Program (MIIP) is divided into a number of stages.

With each stage, different documentation, forms and fees need to be submitted and paid accordingly.

Malta's New Tax Incentives targeting Valuable Human Power

An Eye for Innovation, Creativity & Excellence

■ Dr Jean Philippe Chetcuti, Malta

On 27th April 2012, Malta Enterprise, the University of Malta and the Malta Council for Science and Technology in collaboration with the Ministry of Finance, the Economy and Investment launched the Digital Gaming Strategy for Malta to facilitate the growth of this lucrative niche as an offshoot of the flourishing ICT industry.

 

 

Malta emerges as a Forex domicile

Starting circa the beginning of 2010, Malta has seen increasing interest in the Forex sector, an industry which only a handful of years ago was practically non-existent. Different kinds of forex operators, ranging from introducing brokers all the way through to fund managers focusing on forex as an asset class and fully fledged market makers have chosen Malta as their European base of operations. Various authorisations have already been issued by the Malta Financial Services Authority (The MFSA) to such operations, and with many other applications pending before the regulator, additional growth appears to be a certainty in the forthcoming months. In fact, there are already clear clues that forex is set to become, alongside stalwarts such as hedge funds and insurance captives, an important pillar of the Maltese financial services offering.