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By Juanita Brockdorff, Russell Mifsud, Alice Hero
The Malta Gaming Authority ("MGA") has published a White paper proposing major reforms to Malta's Gaming Legal Framework.
By Juanita Brockdorff
KPMG is closely following developments pursuant to the application by the UK under Article 50 of the Treaty on the European Union, thus triggering the UK's withdrawal from the EU.
Another debt bias was identified from a personal tax perspective towards the Investment Income Provisions (IIP).
By Clifford Delia
This is the third in a series of articles outlining the main differences between GAPSE and GAPSME regulations in relation to its scope, applicability, presentation of financial statements and specific accounting and disclosure requirements.
By Hilary Galea-Lauri, Katia Farrugia, Juanita Bencini
Blackbox Car Insurance, Pay-As-You-Drive or Pay-How-You-Drive are all names used to reference Telematics Car Insurance.
By Pierre Portelli, Paul Pace Ross
In recent years, the migration of individuals has caused an uproar in many developed countries. Yet, there is another type of migration – that of companies or ‘legal persons' – which occurs quite frequently and goes virtually unnoticed.
By Eric Muscat, Milda Petraityte
Today's businesses, irrespective in which industry they operate in and regardless of size, sector or past success, are competing in a dynamic market environment that is being swept through...
By Eric Muscat, Milda Petraityte
The infamous Sony breach was dubbed the ‘hack of the century' for a reason. The intruders stole and dumped all Sony's confidential information to public file sharing sites, exposing a large amount...
By Clifford Delia
This is the second in a series of articles outlining the main differences between GAPSE and GAPSME regulations in relation to its scope, applicability, presentation of financial statements...
By André Zarb, Simon Xuereb
‘Small in Size, Big in Popularity' is the picture given by the InterNations 2015 report of the Maltese Islands.
By Antoine Demicoli
Changes to the Maltese Companies Act that were promulgated by Act XXXI of 2015.
By André Zarb, Pierre Portelli, Juanita Brockdorff
In order to encourage the growth of international trade including that of financial services, successive Maltese governments have sought to conclude double tax treaties with important trading partners as well as with emerging countries.
By Doreen Fenech
In 2013, the European Commission (EC) issued a country-specific recommendation that required Malta to address the tax-induced debt bias given that it was one of the few Member States without corrective measures to counter such bias.
By Paul Pace Ross
Dropping a sheet of glass would send shards flying all over. Where the glass represents the tax world, we could say it has just been shattered.
By Juanita Bencini, Mark Curmi
The European Commission has published a substantial set of proposed revisions to the CRR and the Capital Requirements Directive (CRD4), together with some related revisions to the BRRD and the SRMR.
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