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Malta proud of its achievements during its Presidency- Minister Scicluna

Speaking at the European Parliament’s Committee for Economic and Monetary Affairs (ECON), Minister for Finance Prof. Edward Scicluna highlighted the achievements of the Maltese Presidency on matters pertaining to taxation and other economic measures significant to the well-functioning of the European Single Market.   On taxation, Malta...

Press Statement: IFSP elects council for 2017/18

During its Annual General Meeting for 2017, this year held on 8 May, IFSP members elected the Council members who will lead the institute through the coming year. Juanita Bencini was reelected and will once again be the IFSP’s President....

Press Release by the Accountancy Board

The Accountancy Board makes reference to an allegation made in an article that was published in The Malta Independent on Sunday of 14th May, 2017 with the title “Major global bank no longer accepting declarations issued by Maltese auditing firms”. The allegation was that Commerzbank...

Malta Stock Exchange doubles daily trading hours

As of Tuesday 18th April, the Malta Stock Exchange (MSE) will be doubling its daily trading, from three hours to six hours. This was announced by Minister for Finance, Prof Edward Scicluna and Malta Stock Exchange Chairman, Mr Joseph Portelli as they spoke to the...

MFSA Public Notice: Office of the Arbiter for Financial Services

The Authority would like to inform all stakeholders that following the enactment of the Arbiter for Financial Services Act, the role of the Consumer Complaint Manager has now been phased out and consumer complaints in relation to institutions licensed by the Authority may be lodged...

Malta enjoying one of the strongest macroeconomic expansions in the eurozone

The Minister for Finance Prof. Edward Scicluna welcomes the latest credit rating report by Standard and Poor’s affirming Malta’s rating at 'A-/A-2' with a stable outlook supported by the country’s strong growth performance coupled with consistent current account surpluses, as well as by narrowing general...

Malta will be financial centre of choice after Brexit, analyst predicts

Malta will be a financial centre of choice for British companies wanting a base in the EU after Brexit, a financial services analyst has predicted. Jeremy Leach, CEO of Managing Partners Group, an international asset manager, said Malta will benefit more than any other financial centre...

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