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 02 Jun 2018 Jean-Philippe Chetcuti
The Cyprus Citizenship Programme announcement brings changes to the Cyprus Citizenship by Investment Program, including stronger due diligence, the regulation of immigration lawyers, a marketing code and the introduction of a quota for the Cyprus Citizenship Programme.
 01 Jun 2018 Chetcuti Cauchi
Chetcuti Cauchi Advocates hosts European Immigration Lawyers Network Annual Conference
 25 May 2018 Michelle de Maria
Minimum tax charge introduced for persons ordinarily resident but not domiciled in Malta
 24 May 2018 Nicholas Warren
Summary Malta is fast becoming pioneer in new technology Blockchain. By creating a new framework to support Blockchain, Malta is differentiating itself from other countries by adapting and providing the leeway for this new technology that is the hot topic on everyone's mind.
 23 May 2018 Antoine Saliba Haig
Amendments to the Antigua and Barbuda Citizenship Programme: Changes to the country’s citizenship by investment programme were recently released targeting both investment requirements and qualifications for eligibility.
 22 May 2018 Nicholas Warren
The Maltese Government has issued three cryptocurrency bills thus reaffirming once again Malta’s leadership in the global race towards legalising virtual currencies.
 18 May 2018 Yana Azzopardi
For the fifth year running, European law firm Chetcuti Cauchi Advocates has held a cross-company team building event. Involving its 200-strong workforce, different teams took to Birgu, Mdina, Marsaxlokk and Bugibba and Qawra, to each shoot a video using the beauty of Malta as a backdrop.
 17 May 2018 Michelle de Maria
Learn more about the changes of the definition of a “participating holding” in Malta following the Malta Budget Implementation Act, where Income or capital gains derived by Malta companies from a qualifying participating holdings may be exempt from tax in Malta at the option of the company
 11 May 2018 Silvana Zammit
The launch of the new Gaming Act simplifies the Malta Gaming Licence. The new Malta Gaming Act provides for only 2 types of licences: Business-to-Business (B2B) and Business-to-Customer (B2C).
 07 May 2018 Dr Charlene Mifsud
Changes in the organisational structure of the Malta Registry of Companies


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