Choosing a Malta Company

02 March 2020

Malta’s Companies Act of 1995 is chiefly based on English Law and EU Directives.

Malta’s Companies Act provides mainly for three types of corporate entities:

  • A private or public limited liability company
  • A partnership en nom collectif – unlimited partnership
  • A partnership en commandite – at least one unlimited partner and other limited partner

A limited liability company is the most common form of business entity in Malta and can have the status of either a public company or a private company. The limited liability company has a separate legal personality and offers shareholders limited liability to the capital invested in the Mala company.

ZEDRA specialises in assisting clients with their legal and tax matters supported by fully-fledged company formation, company administration and company accounting teams and all provided in-house. It is our goal to exceed to provide personalised service and to clients’ expectations and to consistently deliver at high quality levels expected from professional firms.

Contact Rudolph Psaila to find out more.

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