Malta is an international hub for business that is embracing emerging sectors and adapting existing frameworks to promote a sustainable future.

With an infrastructure built on a British framework, Malta has continued to grow from stable foundations and has expanded its horizons to position itself as a prime business centre.

Why Malta

Local Impact

Malta consistently promotes novel technologies to define future strategies and drive value through investment. This pro-business mindset has resulted is the island’s high performance and increased economic growth.


Real GDP Growth Rate of 6.6% in 2018 

Low unemployment rate in 2018 of 3.5% 

Government Surplus of 1.1% in 2018 

Highest Economic Growth in the EU for 2018 and 2019 

2018 GDP per capita of €27,250

From investing in research and development in existing industries, to encouraging the growth of emerging sectors, Malta has become an international hub for investment in various sectors, including:

Aviation

Maritime

Film Industry

Education (TEFL & Universities)

High-Tech Manufacturing


Main Investment Sectors

€20 million Business Enhance ERDF Grant Scheme

Soft Loans for plants and machinery

Start-Up Finance scheme

Micro Guarantee Scheme

SME Innovation Aid

Space in a range of dedicated Industrial Parks

Little in size but big in ambition, Malta continuously encourages initiatives across multiple industries and is rich in direct foreign investment. Some of the incentives include:

Malta as an Investment Hub 

help

Chetcuti Cauchi  has supported several organisations to set up their corporate operations in Malta by advising on the full process. We help clients to understand what Malta has to offer and handhold entrepreneurs and global businesses from corporate structuring to regulatory requirements, intellectual property rights, taxation or employment immigration concerns.  

Here’s a little of what we do:

Legal and tax advice

International Corporate Structuring

Company formation

Company administration

Company accounting

Assistance to obtain government grants

Obtaining Trade Licenses and Approvals

Chetcuti Cauchi is organising a webinar designed to educate business persons looking into relocating or expanding their business in Europe. The webinar focuses on Malta as an ideal jurisdiction for company formation and investment by delving into the island’s legal and corporate tax framework, as well as investor incentives, the employment of foreigner workers, and IP.

Register for our webinar


Malta as an international hub for investment 

The legal entity: Setting up a limited liability company in Malta

 
Corporate Tax framework:  Benefits for foreign investors. 


Incentives available to foreign investors. 


Foreign Workers in Malta : Tax, Social Security and Mobility
Safeguarding intellectual property

Tuesday, 5th November 2019

About Chetcuti Cauchi

Chetcuti Cauchi is an international firm, with offices in Malta, Cyprus, London, Zurich and Hong Kong. As part of our Corporate and Tax Practice, we advise clients from start-up entrepreneurs, family businesses up to global corporations to establish their corporate operations in Malta and internationally. We pride ourselves on our role as your trusted advisor - being there for our client throughout, from preparatory advice to ongoing administration and compliance, asset protection and on to business succession or exit strategies.

Our team comprise experts in the different industry areas in Malta and we offer practical
advice and support. We look after the legal details, allowing you to get on with doing business.

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  • A member of the European Union since 2004
  • A member of the Schengen Area since 2007
  • A member of the Commonwealth
  • Independent Parliamentary Republic
  • Euro as single currency since 2007

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As a business jurisdiction, Malta understands the importance of flexibility and encourages innovative processes to adapt more easily to future developments.  The island’s investment in sustained improvement, as well as its deep cultural history and global memberships, offer investors a wealth of benefits:

  • An attractive legal environment
  • Competitive and efficient tax rates
  • Extensive double tax treaty network
  • Attractive investment environment
  • A favourable export infrastructure
  • Cost efficient and easy process of importing, assembling and exporting manufactured parts
  • Logistics hub for trade
  • A strong and stable economy
  • A skilled and English-speaking workforce
  • European Union legislation
  • Ability to passport business into other EU member states.
  • Strong business ties with EU member state
  • Compliant with EU non-discrimination principles
  • Strategic geographic location
  • Easy access to Europe
  • Gateway to MENA
  • Incentivised research and development for businesses
  • Top-tier research facilities
  • Flexibility when setting up local operations
  • Lower set-up and licensing costs than other top EU jurisdictions
  • Competitive cost structure

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  • Malta as an international hub for investment
  • The legal entity: setting up a company or partnership in Malta
  • Corporate Tax framework:  Benefits for foreign investors.
  • Incentives available to foreign investors
  • Immigration, Tax, Social Security and Mobility.
  • Safeguarding intellectual property

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Learn About Investment Opportunities
  • Independent Parliamentary Republic
  • Euro as single currency since 2007
  • A member of the European Union since 2004
  • A member of the Schengen Area since 2007
  • A member of the Commonwealth

Key Facts

  • An attractive legal environment
  • Competitive and efficient tax rates
  • Extensive double tax treaty network
  • Attractive investment environment
  • A favourable export infrastructure
  • Cost efficient and easy process of importing, assembling and exporting manufactured parts
  • Logistics hub for trade
  • A strong and stable economy
  • A skilled and English-speaking workforce
  • European Union legislation
  • Ability to passport business into other EU member states.
  • Strong business ties with EU member state
  • Compliant with EU non-discrimination principles
  • Strategic geographic location
  • Easy access to Europe
  • Gateway to MENA
  • Incentivised research and development for businesses
  • Top-tier research facilities
  • Flexibility when setting up local operations
  • Lower set-up and licensing costs than other top EU jurisdictions
  • Competitive cost structure

As a business jurisdiction, Malta understands the importance of flexibility and encourages innovative processes to adapt more easily to future developments.  The island’s investment in sustained improvement, as well as its deep cultural history and global memberships, offer investors a wealth of benefits:

Why Malta

Local Impact

Malta consistently promotes novel technologies to define future strategies and drive value through investment. This pro-business mindset has resulted is the island’s high performance and increased economic growth.


Real GDP Growth Rate of 6.6% in 2018 

Low unemployment rate in 2018 of 3.5% 

Government Surplus of 1.1% in 2018 

Highest Economic Growth in the EU for 2018 and 2019 

2018 GDP per capita of €27,250

Flourish together with Malta

From investing in research and development in existing industries, to encouraging the growth of emerging sectors, Malta has become an international hub for investment in various sectors, including:

Aviation

Maritime

Film Industry

Education (TEFL & Universities)

High-Tech Manufacturing


Main Investment Sectors

Asset Management

Pharmaceutical & Medical Cannabis

Insurance

Remote Gaming & E-sports


Fintech

Financial Services

Banking

Wealth Structuring



€20 million Business Enhance ERDF Grant Scheme

Soft Loans for plants and machinery

Start-Up Finance scheme

Micro Guarantee Scheme

SME Innovation Aid

Space in a range of dedicated Industrial Parks

Little in size but big in ambition, Malta continuously encourages initiatives across multiple industries and is rich in direct foreign investment. Some of the incentives include:

Malta as an Investment Hub 

Set up in Malta

help

Chetcuti Cauchi  has supported several organisations to set up their corporate operations in Malta by advising on the full process. We help clients to understand what Malta has to offer and handhold entrepreneurs and global businesses from corporate structuring to regulatory requirements, intellectual property rights, taxation or employment immigration concerns.  

Legal and tax advice

International Corporate Structuring

Company formation

Company administration

Company accounting

Assistance to obtain government grants

Obtaining Trade Licenses and Approvals

Set up a free, no-obligation consultation

Banking support

International tax planning

IP Registration & Protection

Owner/Employee Immigration

Transferring HQ location

Mergers and Acquisitions

How we can  

About Chetcuti Cauchi

Chetcuti Cauchi is an international firm, with offices in Malta, Cyprus, London, Zurich and Hong Kong. As part of our Corporate and Tax Practice, we advise clients from start-up entrepreneurs, family businesses up to global corporations to establish their corporate operations in Malta and internationally. We pride ourselves on our role as your trusted advisor - being there for our client throughout, from preparatory advice to ongoing administration and compliance, asset protection and on to business succession or exit strategies.

Our team comprise experts in the different industry areas in Malta and we offer practical
advice and support. We look after the legal details, allowing you to get on with doing business.

Get in Touch

Malta's Success Stories

Malta Company Formation

Be a Part of a Booming Economy

Book your Consultation

Malta Company Formation

Be Part of a Booming Economy

Book your Consultation

2 - 3 pm (GMT+2 Time)

Agenda

Why Malta

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Speakers

Senior Manager, Corporate & Fintech

Mr Steve Muscat Azzopardi

Dr Priscilla Mifsud Parker

Senior Partner - Corporate, Trusts & Fintech

Chetcuti Cauchi is organising a webinar designed to educate business persons looking into relocating or expanding their business in Europe. The webinar focuses on Malta as an ideal jurisdiction for company formation and investment by delving into the island’s legal and corporate tax framework, as well as investor incentives, the employment of foreigner workers, and IP.

Register for our webinar


Malta as an international hub for investment 


The legal entity: Setting up a limited liability company in Malta

 
Corporate Tax framework:  Benefits for foreign investors. 


Incentives available to foreign investors. 


Foreign Workers in Malta : Tax, Social Security and Mobility
Safeguarding intellectual property

Tuesday, 5th November 2019

Register for our Webinar

2 - 3 pm (GMT+2 Time)

Agenda

Speakers

Mr Steve Muscat Azzopardi

Senior Manager, Corporate & Fintech

Senior Partner - Corporate, Trusts & Fintech

Can’t attend but do not want to miss out on this valuable content? Register and we’ll send you the recording after the event, with a no-obligation consultation also available.

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Dr Priscilla Mifsud Parker