We provide a vast array of corporate services to our corporate clients, including preparation of statutory forms, acting as company secretaries, preparing minutes and agendas and other specialized corporate services such as advice and assistance on continuation of companies to/from Malta and cross border mergers, divisions and amalgamations.
The firm’s Corporate Department within ACT includes professionals with the required expertise to provide foreign investors interested in conducting business in Malta with all necessary advice and assistance in relation to all aspects of Maltese Corporate law. ACT are able to provide its clients with a complete corporate package comprising comprehensive professional service and assistance.
At ACT, we boast of a strong corporate law practice with a wealth of experience in the provision of advice and assistance in all matters concerning company law, ranging from company incorporation and re-domiciliation advice, mergers and acquisitions, divisions of companies, corporate finance transactions, corporate joint-ventures, insolvency law and proceedings, to shareholders disputes and corporate governance.
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