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Martina Bonnici

Martina Bonnici

Martina Bonnici is an Associate at Mamo TCV Advocates.  She joined the firm as a trainee in 2018 and gained experience in the Corporate department.  Martina successfully graduated from the University of Malta with a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) in 2019 and with a Master of Advocacy in 2020. She furthered her studies at King’s College London where she obtained a Master of Laws in International Business Law and then joined the firm as a Junior Associate in the Corporate Department.


  • Bachelor of Laws (Honours) (LL.B.(Hons)) (2019, University of Malta)
  • Master of Advocacy (M.Adv.) (2020, University of Malta)
  • Master of Law (LL.M.) in International Business Law (2021, King’s College London)

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Corporate and M&A

The Concept of a Share Buyback Under the Companies Act

A share buyback essentially occurs when a company acquires some of its own shares through means other than by subscription. Such acquired shares are colloquially referred to as treasury shares and allow for flexibility with regards to the company’s capital structure since the sale thereof does not constitute an allotment or issue of shares and thus the restrictions imposed thereon do not apply.1 The procedure which a company must necessarily undertake in order to validly buy back its own shares is outlined in Articles 106 and 107 of the Companies Act (Chapter 386 of the Laws of Malta) (the “Companies…
Corporate and M&A

Sanctions 4: A General Overview of the EU Sanctions Imposed against Russia

Following from the recent geopolitical developments in Ukraine, there has been a heightened interest in sanctions, specifically, those sanctions being imposed against Russia. Through this series of articles, we aim to provide a general overview of the notion of sanctions, consider the local framework through which sanctions function in Malta, illustrate the general obligations which subject persons are required to observe vis-à-vis sanctions and discuss a general overview of the sanctions imposed by the EU against Russia. In this fourth article, we shall consider some salient aspects on the EU sanctions imposed on Russia. A common misconception on sanctions imposed…
Bridging the Gender Pay Gap…New EU Rules for Pay Transparency
Corporate and M&A

Landmark Judgment – Property Devolving on the Government After a Company is Rendered Defunct Breaches Human Rights

The unconstitutional nature of property devolving on the Government of Malta following the procedure to render a company defunct  Introduction  On 12 October 2023, the First Hall of the Civil Court in its Constitutional Jurisdiction delivered a landmark ruling in the case Carmel Cortis et vs. Office of the Prime Minister et. Essentially, the Court held that the procedure whereby property devolves upon the Government, as part of the provisions set out in the Companies Act to render a company defunct1, is unconstitutional, draconian and disproportionate because it breaches the fundamental right to property enshrined in the Constitution and in…
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Sanctions 3: Duties of Subject Persons in Relation to International Sanctions
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Corporate Legal Update for the Month of September 2023
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Commercial Court’s Landmark Decision: Redefining Impracticability in Corporate Governance