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Brexit: The Show Will Go On

The real negotiations are about to kick off.   Following the recent elections in the United Kingdom, the Withdrawal Agreement was approved by the House of Commons on 24 January. This means that unless something extraordinary happens in the coming days, the UK will leave the Union...

Financial Services: Vision 20/20

  The IFSP’s 2020 Conference to be held on the 21st February    The financial services industry is in an unprecedented state of flux. Practitioners face the onslaught of seemingly endless regulations, alongside the challenges posed by jurisdictional reputation issues, banking issues, onerous responsible taxation rules and ever increasing public scrutiny.   Never before have the financial...

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...

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