ACT is a multi-disciplinary firm, in which partners have considerable experience in tax, corporate and private client matters in Malta. The firm focuses mainly on tax and corporate matters. It is our ambition to provide the best technical and skill practice advice in the country.
We cover all aspects of tax planning and represent our clients in front of tax authorities. Diligent tax planning is a high priority for any forward-looking company or individual, particular in the context of cross-border transactions and a changing world of transparency, where tax optimization also has to take into account ethical standards. We provide our clients with comprehensive and expert advice on local and cross border matters because we have strong ties with a number of leading international law and tax firms all over the world including excellent contacts to all relevant tax administrations in Malta.
ACT does its utmost to attract and educate different professionals such as lawyers, accountants and tax advisors. Our clients thus derive maximum benefit from our firm’s knowhow in areas such as corporate law, private clients, tax and vat law amongst others.
The strong academic ties of the firm’s partners and its senior team members and networking with all major stake holders in the Maltese tax community assure access to the latest trends and developments in tax law, not only from a Maltese perspective but also from an international one.
Our work includes amongst others:
For further information about us and how we can help you, please contact one of the firm’s partners or send an email to our general email which is email@example.com. We look forward to hear back from you.
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