The structuring of Malta companies is a core activity at Kresse International. Especially clients from Germany and German speaking countries, such as Austria and Switzerland, as well as international entrepreneurs do entrust us with their representation in Malta. As recognized business and corporate lawyers & consultants, we generate strategic and operational added value for our international clientele.
At Kresse International we advise our clients how to use Malta as a preferred hub for their international business. Malta's attractiveness results among others from its full imputation tax system, avoiding any double taxation on corporate profits, the total final effective corporate tax rate of 5% via a fiscal unit or claiming the 6/7ths refund, an extensive network of Double Taxation Treaties and the Maltese Holding Regime.
Malta benefits from a leading international jurisdiction for Remote Gaming. At Kresse International we offer legal advice and specific Gaming consultancy concerning Malta Online Gaming Licences. This includes the guidance through the remote gaming license process and the full compliance with all requirements of the Malta Gaming Authority, such as the provision of professional Key functions.
Our consulting arm, the KME Consulting Group is a network of German and Maltese professionals with long years of experience, providing reliable advise in the fields of business development, international tax compliance, mergers and acquisitions, due diligence, accounting, audits, Malta financial institutions and bank account opening, Malta licenses as well as the Malta property market.
The framework conditions for foreign investment in Malta have been strengthened further by a recent initiative of Malta’s financial watchdog.
MFSA, the Malta Financial Services Authority, launched a new Corporate Governance ...
The FATF is a global anti-money laundering institution. It monitors the integrity of the international financial system across countries. Thus, as the responsible organisation, it has put an end to ...
Which companies are affected?
Large international groups of companies with an annual turnover combined financial revenues of more than €750 million are to be subject to ...