At the heart of every successful business lies a robust system of risk management, governance, and internal controls. Ensuring that these essential processes function flawlessly is where the art of internal audit truly shines.
The EU parliament has recently given its seal of approval to a new legislation concerning the regulation of cryptocurrency. The main objective behind this legislation is to ensure the traceability of crypto asset transfers and the prevention of suspicious transactions.
On 11th June, a groundbreaking agreement was reached between the EU Council and European Parliament, paving the way for a radical transformation of the Schengen visa application process. Bid farewell to the cumbersome paperwork and get ready to welcome a streamlined and efficient centralised online system.
In a quest to strengthen its foundation, AE Business Advisors dedicated a pivotal day to explore and embrace its core values: Resilience, Integrity, Client Focus, and Excellence. By taking a thorough examination of these values, AE lays the groundwork for a meaningful celebration of its commitment to providing outstanding services and attaining remarkable outcomes.
The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has recently issued its final version of the revised Audit Service Provider Guidelines, which includes some procedural and compliance-related changes as well as significant amendments related to the scope of audit-related engagements. This change is a welcome development for the industry, as it provides greater clarity on the responsibilities of audit firms and licensees, promoting more effective regulation and accountability.
The Gaming authorities in the Caribbean Island of Curaçao appear to have acknowledged that their online gaming license regime needs to be updated.
What should you know about Malta before deciding to make it your home? In this article, we answer 10 probing questions about moving to Malta.
The Remote Gaming Regulations enacted in 2004, positioned Malta as the first European Member State to regulate the online gaming sector. Over the years, Malta has successfully established itself as a prominent iGaming hub, with an astounding 10% of the world’s gaming companies being registered in Malta.
Launched in 2021, the Malta Permanent Residency Programme (“MPRP”) is the perfect legal instrument for those looking for a better quality of life in a safe and stable country. Granted in around four-to-six months and starting from as low as €70,000, this program allows for visa-free access to the Schengen Area and permanent Maltese residency valid for life.