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European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG)

Ever heard of an EEIG?
Did you know that this could be a possible solution to help your business?


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The sole purpose of having a holding company in your company structure

A Holding company is a company that owns assets but does not have any operations or active business itself. The company could be a limited liability company or a limited partnership company. The type of assets held by the company are mainly shares in other companies.


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The Companies Act (Shipping and Aviation Cell Companies) Regulations

On the 16th June 2020 the Government issued new regulations under the Companies Act entitled the Companies Act (Shipping and Aviation Cell Companies) Regulations. These regulations aim to create a new structure to be used by companies operating in the shipping and aviation business, by means of cell companies.


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The difference between winding up and dissolution

Winding up and dissolution are related and two parts of the process which leads to a company ceasing operations and paying off creditors.


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The Role of the Director Under Maltese Company Law

A director is empowered by law to oversee all aspects of the day-to-day running of the company and to exercise all powers that do not specifically require a shareholders' resolution at a general meeting in accordance with the articles of association or the Companies Act.


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Different types of Partnerships in Malta

Partnerships are yet a useful tool to set up business in Malta and the country’s legislation allows for the formation of two types – General Partnerships and Limited Partnerships.


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Malta Business Opportunities

With a Gross Domestic Product growth rate of 6.6% in 2018, Malta remains one the best performing economies in the European Union.


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How to set up a holding company in Malta

Malta’s tax regime allows holding company owners to tax refunds depending on the source of income and not pay tax on dividends and capital gains in certain cases, making it a highly valuable tax planning vehicle.


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How to transfer shares in a Maltese company

Maltese law requires that a company has at least two shareholders, although exemptions can be made provided that the company fulfils certain obligations.


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Incorporated Cell Companies in Malta

Malta is the only European Union member state to have established a legal framework to regulate Incorporated Cell Companies to attract insurance business to domicile in the jurisdiction.


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