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ACT is a multi-disciplinary firm made up of young, dynamic and experienced professionals providing Advisory, Corporate, Tax and other related services to an extensive array of international clients.
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The firm’s personnel strive to be the best to provide an efficient service to our clients, who range from private individuals and family owned business to medium sized and multi-national enterprises. We give utmost importance to our clients’ needs and we strive to be as efficient, professional and timely in whatever we do. Our values include trust, competence and integrity.
Professional Advisory Services
We strive to be the best to provide an efficient service to our clients, who range from private individuals and family owned business to medium sized and multi-national enterprises. We give utmost importance to our clients’ needs and we strive to be as efficient, professional and timely in whatever we do. Our values include trust, competence and integrity.
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On the 26 October 2021, Maltese Parliament enacted Act LX of 2021, which includes a number of amendments to the Companies Act. Such amendments are aimed at enhancing transparency of information concerning directors and shareholders of companies registered in...
The Government of Malta has recently published Bill No. 233 which proposes a number of amendments to the Companies Act (Chapter 386 of the Laws of Malta). We have summarised below the main amendments which we can find in the Bill: Documents required to be delivered to...
The Malta Government has on the 16th April 2021, by means of ACT XVIII of 2021 published and enacted a new Act which will be implementing the budget measures for the year 2021. The budget measures were announced by the Minister of Finance in his...
The Government has on the 17th December 2021 published a set of guidelines for the application of compromise arrangements (in lieu of criminal prosecution) in terms of article 84 of the VAT Act.
The FIAU has published a guidance note in relation to tax-related suspicious reporting. The aim of this guidance note is to provide subject persons with important tax-related ML/FT indicators that are found on goAML that are to be used when reporting serious and...
The Commissioner for Revenue (CfR) has recently published a proposed draft set of specific transfer pricing rules for consultation, which consultation ends on the 28th February 2022. It is envisaged that the transfer pricing rules will come into force with...
Maltese companies are subject to tax at the rate of 35% on their worldwide income and capital gains. Malta grants various fiscal incentives to both companies and their shareholders upon the distribution of a dividend.
Malta has recently seen an increase in the number of Electronic Money Institutions (EMIs) looking to set up their operations in Malta. This has been largely due to the growth in the e-commerce and the i-gaming industries.