Just before going into summer recess Maltese Parliament held the first reading of three Acts which, once adopted, are bound to start changing the Maltese insolvency law landscape.
As part of a broader European Commission initiative on sustainable development, a number of changes will be introduced to the Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2015/35 and the Commission Delegated Regulations (EU) 2017/2358 and (EU) 2017/2359 …
The insurance industry could tap a €2 million training fund launched by the government to train sector employees.
Camilleri Preziosi Advocates
Donald Vella and Nicola Jaccarini have featured in the latest edition of Id-Dritt, a long-established peer reviewed law journal published by GhSL (Ghaqda Studenti tal-Ligi).
English company law is an important source of Maltese company law and the court acknowledged that the Maltese Companies Act drew heavily from the 1985 UK Companies Act.
Mamo TCV Advocates
In its recent decision Xuereb v Weber Construction Limited Et (decided 18 March 2021) the Civil Court (Commercial Section) weighed in once more on the appropriate tests to be applied when assessing a company's inability to pay ...
This is the Malta contribution published in a report by the AIJA (International Association of Young Lawyers) Insolvency Commission – November 2020
The Maltese economy has proved to be somewhat resilient in the wake of global crises thus far. Having withstood one of the worst financial crises in 2008...
Fenech & Fenech Advocates
Legal Notice 373 of 2020 The Companies Act (Suspension of Filing for Dissolution and Winding Up) Regulations (the "Regulations") was published on the 15th of September 2020. Back in March, ...
This decision of the Scottish Court, in turn, necessitated the conversion of the Maltese proceedings into secondary proceedings within the framework of the Regulation.
G M Corporate and Fiduciary Services Limited
Cross-border insolvency law has been gaining importance in the EU's legal system over the past few decades.
Mamo TCV Advocates
On the 27th October, 2014 the First Hall Civil Court rejected an application filed by a financially distressed company seeking a court-orchestrated company recovery.
As Europe is overshadowed by sovereign debt crisis, EU core and peripheral countries seem to be drifting apart.