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By Jean-Philippe Chetcuti
Since its launch in 2013, the Grenada Citizenship by Investment Unit has developed its Caribbean investment programme in order to provide investors with beneficial incentives.
By Silvana Zammit
Malta's economy has flourished and the jurisdiction has worked hard to establish a prosperous and stable legal system which accommodates both the island's strongest industries as well as innovative and emerging sectors.
By Steve Muscat Azzopardi
Voting 344 to 286, the UK Parliament voted against Theresa May's Brexit Withdrawal Agreement for the third time.
By Steve Muscat Azzopardi
On Thursday 14th March, the British Parliament once again voted on the future of Brexit, this time heavily in favour of delaying the Brexit deadline.
By Steve Muscat Azzopardi
The second UK Parliamentary vote this week has seen members of Parliament vote against leaving the EU without a deal.
By Steve Muscat Azzopardi
On Tuesday 12th March, the British Parliament once again voted against Theresa May's latest Brexit deal. Despite efforts to address some concerns voiced in relation to the original deal, this second deal was immediately struck down by 149 votes.
By Priscilla Mifsud Parker
A legislative framework for Real Estate Investment Funds (REITs) will be able to be traded on the Malta Stock Exchange Markets (MSE) following administrative procedures implemented in 2019.
By Silvana Zammit
New Malta Place of Supply Guidelines were issued on the 28th of February 2019 featuring new regulations on a new operating lease model surrounding the place of supply of the chartering of yachts.
By Steve Muscat Azzopardi
The UK's asset management industry has been raked the highest in the European Union by the HM's Treasury, who has reported that the UK manages an estimate of £8.1 trillion assets servicing clients worldwide.
By Steve Muscat Azzopardi
On the 14th February, the House of Commons voted against the latest amendments to the Brexit deal. This vote, although merely symbolic, sends a message that there is still a lack of agreement on the way forward ...
By Steve Muscat Azzopardi
Although it may be the smallest country in the European Union, Malta has the fastest growing economy across member states and a strong financial sector.
By Steve Muscat Azzopardi
Despite its miniature size, Malta has several big names set up on its shores when it comes to insurance. Recently, the number of applications for licences has increased, as UK-based brokers seek to safeguard their assets within the EU.
By Silvana Zammit
Following recent advancements made in the legislation for Gaming operates in Malta, the island has since received over 20 applications from new companies looking to direct business in Malta.
By Steve Muscat Azzopardi
A reform agenda has been launched by the Maltese regulatory body for financial services, the Malta Financial Services Authority, which identifies a three-year master plan for the stability of financial services in Malta.
By Steve Muscat Azzopardi
Despite the British Parliament's stance against delaying Brexit, the House of Commons has voted towards eliminating a no-deal Brexit.