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Company Formation and Structuring in Malta

The process of forming a new company in Malta can be finalised within a 48 hour window. That’s true of both brick and mortar business and online companies. Malta’s corporate tax rate is also the lowest in the EU, making it an attractive prospect to entrepreneurs. That being said, ensuring a quick and efficient process is contingent on a few factors. All the necessary documentation must be correct and filed in a timely manner, and each requirement established by Maltese law must be satisfactorily met. All new companies will require a Memorandum of Association (MOA), which must be registered with the appropriate authority. Once all the shareholders have subscribed, a certificate of registration is issued and the company is officially formed. A MOA will contain all the need to know information, such as the company name, address and the people behind the scenes. It should also specify the nature of the company and its purpose. The remaining details cover things like share capital and the judicial and legal representation.

How AE can help

Our local and international training means that the AE team are perfectly positioned to give you all the assistance you require to set up your business in Malta. We help stakeholders to benefit from Malta’s favourable corporate tax laws, while also handling all aspects of company formation and structure. Each company is unique in its circumstances, a fact which we take into account ahead of proposing a particular structure or strategy. AE’s approach involves a dedicated team to offer both legal and accounting advice together with company administration. This results in a seamless business service that eliminates unnecessary costs and maximises on value and efficiency. While Malta certainly presents a favourable option, AE is also fully equipped to help clients form companies in other jurisdictions, such as Cyprus and the UK. As the Multilaw agency for Malta, AE benefits from an international network of correspondent offices.

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