Publications

Publications
By investing in Malta Residence Programmes individuals and families can attain residency status and relocate to Malta. Amongst the programmes, the Malta Ordinary Residence Scheme gives EU/EEA nationals the right to transfer their tax residence to a high quality and safe jurisdiction such as Malta.
Maltese Citizenship can be attained through various pathways. Whilst it can be attained through birth, descent, marriage and adoption, it could also be attained through the various programmes available to investors.
An article on How to get Maltese Citizenship by birth, descent, adoption, marriage, investment. How to get Maltese Citizenship under Maltese Citizenship Law
Forex Companies in Malta: this detailed document discusses all aspects relating to the set-up of Malta forex companies. The regulation of Malta forex brokers and other forex providers is detailed as well as various aspects of the Malta forex licensing process. 
 28 Aug 2020 Charlene Ciantar
Forming a company within Malta entails various steps. Learn more through our FAQs, on how long does it take to set up a company and the types of companies which can be incorporated in Malta, overseas investments and company domiciliation.
 28 Aug 2020 Chetcuti Cauchi
Maltese law allows for the efficient routing of royalties through Maltese Intellectual Property Holding Companies (IP Holding Companies). A Malta IP Holding Company is generally formed with the objective of channelling royalties and other income from intellectual property in a tax-efficient manner. The tax treatment of royalty income depends on its classification as active or passive income.
Discrimination, lack of equality laws & social stigma are pushing same-sex couples to relocate to other countries where they could live more freely and with dignity. A number of same sex couples are therefore opting to relocate to Europe by acquiring residency through residency by investment programmes or as commonly known 'Golden Visa' programmes.
Malta Citizenship by Investment is being granted to investors seeking to obtain a European passport within one year. The Malta Citizenship by Investment program is the only EU-approved economic passport programme.
The residence requirement or the obligation to reside in Malta for a year before being granted Maltese citizenship under the Malta Individual Investor Programme has resulted from fierce debate since the circulation of the first draft of the IIP regulations back in 2013.
Moldova and the Caribbean states of Dominica, Grenada, Antigua & Barbuda, St Kitts & Nevis, and St Lucia, offer solid citizenship by investment programmes. Each programme has its own requirements and benefits, and choosing a programme over another strongly depends on the investor’s individual needs.


Contact Us
Please send me legal and other updates