At AE, we provide a range of professional services that are tailored to our clients’ needs.
Our core services include Tax advisory services, accounting and finance, residency, compliance and regulated I-gaming.
Our greatest asset is Human Capital and we believe that honest relationships go beyond knowledge to form the foundations of success.
Talented and experienced teams provide a wide range of services designed to keep our clients in control of their interests. Operating in accordance with the respective guidelines on multidisciplinary practices, we guarantee independence and the highest professional ethics.
Our sequential advisory services structure means that our clients have one point of contact and one set of values across multiple service lines which leads to cost and time-saving benefits.
We have a team that is inquisitive, understanding, and conscientious, that is built on mutual respect and trust.
We promise there is nothing artificial about our intelligence.
We look forward to being of service to you.
We are AE.
As the gaming industry in Malta flourished, Michael set up his own boutique firm to assist gaming, and other clients to set up and become regulated in Malta. Over the years, his experience in the sector grew exponentially.
Today Michael heads the i-gaming practice at AE. Michael provides clients with a one-stop shop service ranging from licensing to compliance to back office administration, accounts and reporting.
Michael draws upon his financial academic training and professional experience to regularly advise clients on corporate finance and structuring, on the preparation of business plans and business valuations, mergers and acquisitions, investment appraisals and feasibility studies.
Michael Spiteri Bailey
Nicolette is a leading member of the generation of lawyers that entered the profession when Malta became a member of the European Union, fourteen years ago.
Her work and research has steadfastly followed the trends and the opportunities that the Single Market opened to our jurisdiction: When the rules on State Aid and uncompetitive practices came into force she made deregulation the focus of her practice accepting engagements in the field of competition law and monopoly busting. Her work was so highly regarded that the Ministry of Transport asked her to author important legislation that liberalized several modes of transport in Malta.
After that, when it was clear that Malta was headed towards becoming one of the world’s principal jurisdictions for tax structuring she built , and now leads, the firm’s tax and corporate services group. Work is referred to the firm by her peers from all over the world.
At each juncture, Nicolette ensured she was ready for the challenge by going back to the books. Aside of her doctorate in law, she has a Masters degree in the Economics of Competition Law, and is an international tax advisor ( www.adit.com) as well as holding qualifications in Maltese tax.
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Chamber of Advocates
Nicolette Spiteri Bailey
He is sought out for the unusual and practical insights he brings to the table. His wealth of international and Maltese clients rely on his ability to build consensus whenever possible or lead them into conflict, whenever necessary.
He obtained his LL.D in 1992 and , in 1998, was one of the founder partners of this firm.
2. Gala Law
3. IR Global
4. Chamber of Advocates
Kris has garnered a breadth of experience in both commercial law, having advised a number of international corporates, as well as in dispute resolution and litigation which is now his main focus.
Kris maintains an uncommon profile as a litigator and beneath his urbane manner is a tenacity that his clients value and seek. In his insolvency work, in different major cases, he has been crucial and effective when representing both creditors as well as debtors.
As the firm’s Litigation Partner, he leads a team of other litigators who have deep experience in tax litigation, commercial and civil law disputes. He has been engaged in several cases involving internet based parties and is closely following the development of the legal framework regulating virtual financial assets in Malta and other jurisdictions , as its rise will inevitably become the merit of local and cross-border litigation.
Kris is a member of the Chamber of Advocates and holds a certificate in ‘Trust Law & Administration’ (2011) and ‘An Introduction to the Virtual Financial Asset Act’ (2018) from the Institute of Financial Service Practitioners.
1. Dispute Resolution
5. Real Estate & Construction Law
6. Probate and Inheritance Law
7. Employment and Pensions
8. Consumer Protection Law
2. Gala Law
3. IR Global
4. Chamber of Advocates