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Opening a bank account in Malta ...

With regulations and bank checks becoming tighter in the last few years, opening a bank account in an EU country has changed but not very much.


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Taxation of Employment income - comparison between ...

To fully understand the tax opportunities that arise out of taxation of non-domiciled residents in Malta, it is essential to understand the meaning of domicile and resident status under Maltese law.


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Reasons why Malta is ideal to register ...

Situated in the centre of the Mediterranean, Malta is an archipelago which has a long and rich history intertwined with the sea. It is a modern EU state, and an idyllic sailing and yachting destination blessed with incredible scenery.


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Malta Credit Rating

During the month of August, respected international credit rating institution Fitch, has increased Malta’s credit rating from A to A+.


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Reasons why Malta is ideal to register ...

Malta is an island nation, sitting right in the centre of the Mediterranean Sea. Blessed with a beautiful mild climate and steeped in history and tradition, the country is a booming European Union member state, perfect to register airplanes.


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Education in Malta

Education in Malta has quite high standards. As a result, numerous foreign individuals who are participating in Maltese residence and Citizenship programmes are opting to have their family educated in Malta.


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Malta Ukraine Flights

Air Malta will start operating a weekly direct flight to Ukraine's capital city – Kiev. The service will start on the19thJune. This new service was announced during a state visit to the Ukrainian capital by the President of Malta, Marie-Louise ColeiroPreca, last October.Visa free travel to both Ukrainians and Maltese visitors will be granted.


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Malta Ukraine Connection

This year’s Ukraine's Person of the Year for social and political activity was awarded to the Maltese President Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca.


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Effects of Brexit on British Expats Residing ...

On the 23rd June 2016, British voters were asked whether they wanted the United Kingdom to remain in the EU or not, with the majority voting to leave the EU. In order for the UK to leave the EU, Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty had to be triggered; this article incorporates the process for a Member State to leave the EU.


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Notice Period Malta - Employment Rights and ...

Working rights and regulations in Malta fall under the responsibility of the Department for Employment and industrial relations. This includes notice periods and payments.


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