Multinational companies and native entities looking to establish an eatery-based enterprise in Malta are spoilt with a large variety of aesthetic and tourist-friendly locations. Entrepreneurs planning to delve into this lucrative industry can pick one of the following closely related commercial variants to conduct business activities.
Technology is impacting every industry and the banking sector is no exception. One of the most innovative developments so far is digital currency — popularly known as a cryptocurrency. Digital money solutions are increasingly gaining a lot of popularity especially when it comes to online transactions. They are also a very lucrative business venture to invest in — especially in a digitally savvy country like Malta.
The Maltese government does not restrict the purchase of property in Malta as long as all requirements of property acquisition permits and licenses are followed accordingly. As a general rule, the properties acquired should not be used for rentals or modified into other structures—they should be solely used for residency. Besides family, guests may be allowed to live there only when the landlord is available.
The Maltese government does not restrict anyone from purchasing property in Malta as long as all requirements of property acquisition permits and licenses are followed accordingly. As a general rule, the properties acquired should not be used for rentals or modified into other structures—they should be solely used for residency.
Shelf or aged or vintaged companies are entities that have all the proper documentation for trading in Malta but have stopped or never traded for different reasons. Since these companies have are already registered in Malta, they can be sold to foreign investors who do not want to go through the long and rigorous process of setting up a company in Malta for the first time.
Double taxation often crops up for companies doing business internationally and can be such a headache to the modern business world. Maltese citizens contemplating of doing business in Switzerland and Swiss citizens who want to do business in Malta vice versa will be relieved to know of the June 2012 standing treaty that prevents double taxation for legal entities carrying out taxable activities in either of the two states.