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Blockchain To Be Used To Register Rental Agreements
As part of the well-needed rent reform, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat announced that upon the coming into force of the reform, all rental agreements are to be registered on Blockchain.
Malta
14 Aug 2019
2
FIAU And MFSA Issued A Guidance Document
The guidance document aims to help in the introduction of various policies and procedures, such as risk assessment, amongst others.
Malta
14 Aug 2019
3
Malta's VFA Framework – What Next?
The MFSA is working hard to propose a policy to facilitate the structure and approval process of security tokens.
Malta
14 Aug 2019
4
Banking & Fintech Newsletter – Issue no.5 (July 2019)
New CBM Directive on Borrower-based Measures Circular on the Market Abuse Regulation.
Malta
31 Jul 2019
5
MFSA Publishes Consultation Paper On Security Token Offering
In light of the MFSA Vision 2021, the Authority has just launched a Consultation Paper which underlines the importance of Security Token Offering (STO).
Malta
24 Jul 2019
6
Crypto Funds In Malta
Since joining the European Union in 2004 and especially over the past decade, Malta has successfully established itself as a popular fund domicile.
Malta
22 Jul 2019
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Malta's Tax Framework Surrounding An Individual's Ownership Of Cryptoassets
Malta's Commissioner for Revenue (CfR) released its "Guidelines on the Income Tax Treatment of transactions or arrangements involving DLT assets" in November 2018
Malta
19 Jul 2019
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Blockchain: Some Legal Considerations Relating To Security Token Issuance
Blockchain hit the world in 2008 at the time of the financial crisis.
Malta
17 Jul 2019
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Malta
21 Jun 2019
10
Banking & Fintech Newsletter – Issue no.4 (June 2019)
Issue no.4 of the Banking & Fintech Newsletter is now available.
Malta
20 Jun 2019
11
Payment Services And Their Continued Expansion
From Traditional Banking to Cryptocurrencies, E-Wallets and Blockchain
Malta
20 Jun 2019
12
Malta's VFA Framework – What Next?
In 2018, Malta made international headlines by giving force of law to a legal virtual financial asset (VFA) framework for the launch of new virtual financial assets, provision of services to virtual
Malta
17 Jun 2019
13
Justine Scerri-Herrera Interview
Justine Scerri Herrera, an associate at Michael Kyprianou Malta office, discussed in an interview with Massimo Costa from Business Today an independent media house based in Malta.
Malta
7 Jun 2019
14
Amendment To Chapter 3 Of The Virtual Financial Asset Rulebook And The VFA Rulebook Glossary
Chapter 3 of the VFA rulebook ("Rulebook") and the VFA rulebook glossary ("Glossary") have been updated on the 21st May 2019.
Malta
5 Jun 2019
15
MFSA Publishes FinTech Strategy
After processing the feedback statement received by the stakeholders in the industry, the Authority has finalised its FinTech Strategy which presents the regulator's vision and strategy towards developing Malta...
Malta
27 May 2019
16
First Nine VFA Agents Approved By The MFSA
The first VFA Agents under the virtual financial assets framework were registered by the Malta Financial Services Authority. The list of registered agents can be accessed on the Authority's Financial Services Register.
Malta
24 May 2019
17
Financial Sector Business Promotion In New York
Minister for Finance Edward Scicluna led a delegation of financial practitioners and regulators to a series of business seminars held in New York between the 15th and 16th of April 2019.
Malta
22 May 2019
18
Banking & Fintech Newsletter – Issue No.3 (May 2019)
Issue no.3 of the Banking & Fintech Newsletter is now available.
Malta
21 May 2019
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The MFSA Issues Guidance On Crypto-Currency Scams
The MFSA has issued a guidance note on the risks associated with investments in crypto-assets with the aim of assisting the general public in identifying and avoiding scams, as well as informing
Malta
20 May 2019
20
The Definition Of And Approach To The Taxation Of Crypto-Currencies In Malta
When a payment is made or received in a cryptocurrency it is treated like a payment in any other currency, for income tax purposes.
Malta
20 May 2019
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