Malta’s development as an international financial services domicile has been spearheaded by strong growth in the investment funds sector. Malta is an attractive jurisdiction for both collective investment schemes and investment services providers.
If you’re looking for advice on setting up a collective investment scheme in Malta or be granted a licence by the Malta Financial Services Authority in terms of the Investment Services Act (Chapter 370 of the Laws of Malta), speak to us.
Mamo TCV has experience in the structuring and licensing of collective investment schemes mainly UCITS; alternative investment funds and professional investor funds. We have advised clients on different structures which include multi-fund and multi-class funds, funds of funds, tracker funds and master/feeder structure. We have also provided assistance on the development of alternative investment policies and strategies and investment in less traditional, alternative and complex asset classes. We also assist in the notification process for Notified Alternative Investment Funds (NAIFS).