Expert Articles & Blog-Posts
Our lawyers, experts and employees regularly publish articles on current developments in Malta.
We will keep you up to date with expert articles on current matters, initiatives and general topics related to our expert focus. These expert articles are also explicitly intended for our colleagues from abroad, so that they can inform themselves about specific aspects of law and tax in Malta.
Our employees also write interesting articles on more general topics on a regular basis. You will find these further down on this page. There you will find general aspects of our services, life in Malta and the work in our firm.
Latest Expert Articles
The MFSA issued a Circular on 6th September 2019 to the VFA Service Providers. The Circular is regarding the licensing requirements. VFA Service Providers who
Unfortunately, there are scams and dubious projects in the crypto world that try to rob investors of their hard earned money. Such fraudulent schemes not
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Companies are getting more and more interested in optimising their company structures in order to save taxes. Since the recent developments in Luxembourg, Ireland, the
As you may now, Brexit is no longer a speculation. However, there were no immediate changes, or at least not yet. The transition is still in process; however, many European Countries are showing that the preservation of status quo is of their utmost importance, including Malta.
Personal Data is not just a Name and a Surname. The GDPR’s definition of personal data is very broad and includes any information which directly or indirectly identifies a living individual. Your name and surname would identify you as a person, BUT what if you have a common name?
The use of blockchain technology is still new to our digital age, however it is important to view such usage from a GDPR Perspective. The GDPR mainly focuses on the Protection Data and highlights the importance of compliance with the requirements set out in the Regulation. Despite the incompatibilities, the GDPR and Blockchain Technology can co-exist.