Maltese company law is in conformity with EU legislation. The principal legislation regulating corporate matters is the Malta Companies Act of 1995 (Act XXV of 1995) which is primarily based on UK legislation.
Maltese law states that a commercial partnership may be of the following kinds:
i. a partnership en nom collectif;
One of the fundamental human rights enshrined in the Constitution of Malta is the right to privacy. In this respect the Data Protection Act provides for the protection against the violation of privacy through the processing of personal data belonging to individuals.
The Data Protection Act of 2001 which was enacted on the 14th December 2001 regulates the processing of personal data whether held electronically or in manual form.
Fiduciary services relate to the holding and management of the client’s assets on the basis of the instructions given by the beneficial owner of these assets.
The main fiduciary functions conducted by our licensed associated partner include:
i. Holding of assets under title of mandate and/or deposit;
ii. Management of assets and/or execution of instructions pertaining to assets...