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Malta assessed as no longer “non-compliant” by MONEYVAL

Malta has passed the MONEYVAL test. The first enhanced follow-up report, dated April 2021, has found that Malta has made sufficient progress to be assessed as no longer non-compliant. The next step is the FATF opinion, expected at the end of June or early July. MONEYVAL...

MBR issues two new Guidance Notes

Below please find two guidance notes that were issued by the MBR and the relevant contact details: Guidelines on High Risk Jurisdictions https://mbr.mt/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/High-Risk-Jurisdictions.pdf Contact Email:  compliance.mbr@mbr.mt   Guidance Notes on the Registration of Foundations and Associations https://mbr.mt/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/FAQs-Foundations-and-Associations.pdf Contact Email:  foundations.associations@mbr.mt...

Five reasons to use MFSA’s Payment Accounts Fees Comparison Tool

Financial consumer protection and education lies at the heart of the Malta Financial Services Authority’s mission. With the firm belief that good choices start with informed decisions, the MFSA is continually making available online tools and resources as part of its commitment to providing accurate...

Eurozone economic confidence reaches pre-pandemic level

Confidence in the eurozone economy improved sharply in April as the region’s vaccination programme picked up speed, paving the way for a lifting of coronavirus restrictions in the coming months. Survey results from the European Commission showed on Thursday that its economic confidence index recovered to...

Malta passes MoneyVal test after raft of reforms

Council of Europe’s anti-money laundering expert committee approves Malta report   Malta’s anti-money laundering regime has formally passed a review by Moneyval. The Council of Europe’s anti-money laundering expert committee, known as Moneyval, voted during a plenary in Strasbourg on Thursday to approve a final report on Malta. Although...

Scope Ratings confirms Malta’s A+ rating with a stable outlook

A German credit rating agency has reaffirmed Malta’s A+ credit rating and stable outlook, saying the country has strong growth potential coupled with prudent fiscal performance.   Berlin-based Scope Ratings said that in its view, the risks Malta faces over the next 12 to 18-month period are...

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