The Institute of Financial Services Providers (IFSP) is organising a course dedicated to the new Virtual Financial Assets Act, which will come into force this October. The course is designed to provide practitioners with the basic understanding of this new digital space in preparation for their license application and is composed of four lectures held at the University of Malta between 28th August until 25th September. Any practitioner wishing to act as a VFA Agent will need to obtain a license.

On 13th September, Leonard Bonello will give a lecture on Malta’s legal framework for Virtual Financial Assets and on 19th September, James Farrugia will speak about the rules and regulations.

For more information please visit the IFSP website.