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By Eileen Muscat
The Malta Stock Exchange became a reality upon the enactment of the Malta Stock Exchange Act in 1990.
By Cliff Pace
European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) has the objective of increasing market and price transparency through the disclosure and availability of information on OTC derivatives contracts. As a result of EMIR, and with effect from the 12th February 2014, all parties subject to EMIR regulations must submit all derivative trading activity to a registered European Trade Repository by end of day (EOD) + 1.
By Cliff Pace
The Malta Stock Exchange is an HMRC recognised exchange, which means that shares and bonds that are admitted to trading on the MSE enjoy the same tax treatment that would be applied to financial instruments that are included in the official UK list maintained by the Financial Services Authority (in its capacity as the UK Listing Authority).
By Cliff Pace
The United States Securities and Exchange Commission’s confirmed that they have designated the Malta Stock Exchange as a ‘designated offshore securities market’ within the meaning of Rule 902(b) of Regulation S under the Securities Act of 1933
By Cliff Pace
For the last 2 years, the Malta Stock Exchange (MSE) has invested in increasing its international connectivity to boost both of its main lines of business - the Admission to Listing and subsequent trading business and its Central Securities Depository (CSD) which also forms part of the core Exchange operations.
By Cliff Pace
The Malta Stock Exchange recently published the rules that will govern the operation of market making when this is launched in October 2013.
By Cliff Pace
The Malta Stock Exchange houses both the Admission to listing and trading operations that are synonymous with normal exchange business.
By Cliff Pace
On Monday 18th February, the Malta Stock Exchange announced the approval of Joh. Berenberg, Grossler & Co KG of Hamburg, Germany as a Member of the Exchange.
By Cliff Pace
Whether you are a listed or unlisted company, The MSE CSD can provide securities holders’ register administration services in a dematerialized environment.
By Cliff Pace
Despite the recent international economic crises and difficulties encountered in the financial sectors, the Malta Stock Exchange can attest to its successful performance on the strength of its sustained and efficient trading statistics and the level of confidence in the market
By Cliff Pace
Malta joined the European Union on 1 May 2004 and adopted the Euro as its national currency in 2008
By Cliff Pace
The Malta Stock Exchange became a reality upon enactment of the Malta Stock Exchange Act in 1990, and commenced its trading operations on 8th January 1992.
By Cliff Pace
The process for financial instruments being admitted to any of the recognised lists of the Malta Stock Exchange starts with a prospective Issuer seeking "Admissibility to Listing" from the Listing Authority, [MFSA].
By Cliff Pace
An investor intending to acquire listed financial instruments traded on, or to otherwise hold securities in the custody of the Exchange, is assigned a unique Malta Stock Exchange Account Number within the Central Securities Depository.