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Responsibilities must be shouldered

IFSP demands that all in positions of responsibility and leadership and linked in any way to assassination, money laundering, abuse of public office, or corruption must step back in the national interest Valletta, 29 November 2019   The IFSP notes recent events unfolding in Malta with dismay and...

IFSP asks for members’ views on CSP regulation

The Malta Financial Services Authority has issued a consultation paper on the possible future regulation of Corporate Services Providers under the title Raising the Bar for Corporate Services Providers. This is an area of crucial importance to most of the members of the IFSP. Many,...

Malta welcomes MONEYVAL report findings and commits to implementation plan

Minister for Finance Edward Scicluna, Minister for Home Affairs and National Security Michael Farrugia, Minister for Justice, Culture and Local Government Owen Bonnici together with Parliamentary Secretary for Financial Services, Digital Economy and Innovation Silvio Schembri, welcome the recent MONEYVAL mutual evaluation report that followed...

MFSA Warning – Assistenza Finanzjarja

The Malta Financial Services Authority (“MFSA”) has become aware of an entity which has a presence on social media at https://m.facebook.com/assistenzafinanzjarja. This entity purports to “provide financial and investment services for short and long term projects”. It does not have a physical address, however provides...

Agreement on the Multi Annual Financial Framework should not be delayed

“The topic of own resources creates unique challenges. At the same time, as the Monti report had stated, an EU budget based on Gross National Income (GNI) contributions creates divisions and tensions between net beneficiaries and net contributors. At the same time own resources cannot...

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