Why Malta

Malta has firmly established itself as one of the most remarkable economic success stories in the Mediterranean region. With an international focus, robust regulations and good governance, Malta has successfully lured global businesses and investors in a number of economic sectors. Using its coveted location strategically, Malta has established itself as a regional hub in sectors such as financial services, logistics, professional & corporate services and remote gaming. Malta’s accession to the EU in 2004 and the euro-zone in 2008 bolstered its status within the corporate world as a gateway for trade to and from the Euro-Mediterranean region and beyond.  The island’s chequered history is evidenced in the wealth of historical sites and monuments making Malta a fascinating destination for investors and tourists alike. With great weather all year round, Malta offers its residents the unique opportunity to enjoy the highest living standards at a reasonable cost.

What you may not have known about Malta:

•  Calypso’s Cave is thought to be the cave featured in The Odyssey
•  It’s an entirely forest-free zone
•  It’s been an independent country since 1964
•  Malta is not one island – it’s an archipelago
•  Malta was earlier known as Melita, meaning the island of honey
•  The megalithic temples in Malta boast of having a lineage older than England’s Stonehenge
•  The official languages are English and Maltese
•  The University of Malta is one of the oldest universities in Europe and was founded in 1592
•  Valletta, its current capital, is one of the most concentrated historical areas in the world, according to UNESCO

Why Malta?

•  Stable and safe EU member state
•  A thriving economy with a low inflation rate
•  Favourable corporate tax system
•  Highly connected to main European airports
•  Pro-business environment offering secure investment opportunities
•  Strong and robust financial system
•  Enviable climate
•  High standard of living and quality of life
•  English-speaking population