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Mamo TCV Webinar – General Product Oversight and Governance Requirements

One of the objectives of Product Oversight and Governance requirements is for manufacturers and distributors of an insurance or investment product to take into consideration the interests of customers when designing and /or distributing the relevant product. This webinar will be of interest to individuals working in compliance and/or having a client facing role at an insurance undertaking; insurance intermediaries and/or MiFID firms. This webinar will cover: - The main Product Oversight and Governance (‘POG’) requirements applicable to insurance undertakings and insurance intermediaries acting as manufacturer and/or distributor of insurance products; - The main Product Governance Requirements applicable to MiFID…
Ian Busuttil
26th May 2022
Telecoms, Media & Technology

MAMO TCV Advocates to Moderate Panel at SiGMA Conference on Blockchain on the 28 November 2018

Dr Christina Scicluna, Senior Associate at MAMO TCV Advocates, will be moderating a panel of industry experts analysing the pros and cons associated with investing in companies utilising Blockchain technologies. The panel will be composed of investors and techies who truly believe in Blockchain's revolutionary potential.For further details on the conference kindly click here.Disclaimer This document does not purport to give legal, financial or tax advice. Should you require further information or legal assistance, please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Christina Scicluna.
Ian Busuttil
26th November 2018
Telecoms, Media & Technology

MAMO TCV Advocates to Moderate Panel at SiGMA Conference on Blockchain on the 28 November 2018

Dr Christina Scicluna, Senior Associate at MAMO TCV Advocates, will be moderating a panel of industry experts analysing the pros and cons associated with investing in companies utilising Blockchain technologies. The panel will be composed of investors and techies who truly believe in Blockchain's revolutionary potential.For further details on the conference kindly click here.Disclaimer This document does not purport to give legal, financial or tax advice. Should you require further information or legal assistance, please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Christina Scicluna.
Ian Busuttil
26th November 2018
Corporate & Commercial

Extension for Reduced Rate of Stamp Duty on the Transfer of a Family Business

The reduced rate of stamp duty applicable to the transfer of shares in a family business from 2% to 1.5% has been extended further until 31st December 2018, in accordance with Legal Notice 320 of 2018 entitled Duty on Donations of Marketable Securities and Immovable Property Used for Business (Exemption) (Amendment No.2) Order, 2018 which was announced on 9 October 2018.The reduction in stamp duty applies in relation to:the transfer of shares in a Maltese registered company and includes the transfer by means of donation by qualifying family members, which is defined as being a donation to one's spouse or…
Ian Busuttil
12th October 2018
Corporate & Commercial

Extension for Reduced Rate of Stamp Duty on the Transfer of a Family Business

The reduced rate of stamp duty applicable to the transfer of shares in a family business from 2% to 1.5% has been extended further until 31st December 2018, in accordance with Legal Notice 320 of 2018 entitled Duty on Donations of Marketable Securities and Immovable Property Used for Business (Exemption) (Amendment No.2) Order, 2018 which was announced on 9 October 2018.The reduction in stamp duty applies in relation to:the transfer of shares in a Maltese registered company and includes the transfer by means of donation by qualifying family members, which is defined as being a donation to one's spouse or…
Ian Busuttil
12th October 2018
FinTechOld

The Malta Digital Innovation Authority issues guidelines on Resident Agents

 The Malta Digital Innovation Authority ("MDIA") has issued the last consultation document on Chapter 4 of its Guidance Notes which is addressed toward resident agents.A resident agent refers to the resident agent defined in the Innovative Technology Arrangements and Services Act ("ITAS"):ITAS provides that a person who makes an application to the MDIA for any form of recognition and who is not ordinarily resident in Malta is required to appoint a resident agent who is:A) Habitually resident in Malta;B) Not interdicted or incapacitated or is an undischarged bankrupt;C) Has not been convicted of any of the crimes affecting public trust…
Ian Busuttil
12th October 2018