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FIAU Notice: Court Orders now available on ARB website

Subject persons are to note that Court Orders are available on the Asset Recovery Bureau website through the following link: https://assetrecovery.mt/en/Pages/Court-Orders.aspx   This section of the FIAU website is no longer being updated with the latest court orders, which were being reproduced pursuant to an informal arrangement...

Malta Explains COVID-19 Tax Impact For The Self-Employed

Malta's Commissioner for Revenue has released tax-related guidance for self-employed taxpayers receiving the COVID wage supplement.   The wage supplement (EUR800 or less, according to eligibility) is the Government's contribution to self-employed persons whose businesses have been negatively affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. This supplement is intended...

Re-Opening of ICTU Front Office

Kindly note that the Commissioner for Revenue would like to notify that the front office that processes share transfer documents for income tax and duty purposes housed within the premises of the Malta Business Registry (MBR) will re-open to the public on the 1st of...

Q&A on MFSA’s Financial Crime Compliance questionnaire

A number of members have had questions about some of the questions included in the MFSA’s Questionnaire of Financial Crime Compliance, now due to be submitted on 29 May after the IFSP asked for an extension on the submission deadline. The queries and requests for...

European Commission FDI Screening Guidelines

On 26th March, the European Commission issued guidelines to ensure an EU-wide approach to foreign investment screening in a time when industrial and corporate assets may be under stress.   The aim is to preserve EU companies and critical assets, notably in areas such as health, medical research, biotechnology and...

€24.7m government grant to cover MFSA shortfall

The financial regulator aims to become financially independent   A €24.7 million government grant was needed last year to keep the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) in the black, according to the authority’s annual report.   The financial regulator aims to become financially independent from the government by 2024...

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