The principal Maltese
legislation regulating companies and commercial partnerships is
the Companies Act 1995, that is to a large extent based on the
UK Companies Act and has been in line with the European Union
Company Law Directives even before Malta's entry in the EU.
The Maltese Companies Act defines the types of corporate
entities or commercial partnerships that may be established and
regulates the manner in which their affairs are to be conducted.
The types of
commercial partnerships available in Malta are the following:
Limited Liability Companies
Our company and tax lawyers are
very active in establishing tax-efficient structures to suit
your particular requirements. We can assist you with making the
right choice of jurisdiction, type and name of company.
Malta Company News
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Jean-Philippe Chetcuti presents Malta's attractiveness as a tax planning and
wealth management jurisdiction at Family Office Forum, London [14/04/2011]
Switzerland & Malta sign Double Tax Agreement [25/02/2011]
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Malta-Isle of Man sign double taxation agreement [23/10/2009]
Malta-Georgia sign double taxation agreement