History of Malta

The Republic of Malta is an EU member and is located south of Sicily, southern most point in Europe. Malta comprises four islands (of which only two, Malta and Gozo, are occupied). Malta is the most densely populated country in the world, with about 1,250 inhabitants per square kilometer. Previously under the Government of the United Kingdom, which evaluated its strategic location, Malta has declared its independence in 1964.

Malta as a center of the Earth

Malta enjoys a good reputation in terms of investments in land and has the advantage of being in the European Union and the euro area. The following activities are popular in Malta:

  • The licensing of online gaming companies.
  • Import / Export (optimization of profit margins).
  • Commercial companies.

Companies in Malta benefit from simplified accounting, tax credits for investment and recruitment procedures improved.

Malta Summary

In Malta, all companies pay 35% tax, but a month after foreign shareholders receive a discount of 30% in relation to trading income and a discount of 25% for passive income. These fares are then 5% for trading income (the lowest in Europe) and 10% for passive income. You generally prefer to create a holding company to receive the tax rebate and the holding company can be registered in Malta or elsewhere. Malta has a good international reputation and is a popular destination for holding intellectual property.

Types of companies in Malta