The Ministry of the Economy, Investment and Small Business of the Government of Malta has launched a project for new legislation addressing small and medium sized family businesses.
Latvian EU Presidency on track on IMD II – First scheduled trilogue meeting held on 26th February 2015GANADO Advocates - March 13, 2015 - Categories: Other News
Latvian EU Presidency on track on IMD II – First scheduled trilogue meeting held on 26th February
GANADO Advocates, in collaboration with the Malta Bankers' Association, organised its second Annual Banking & Finance Law Seminar at the Hilton Malta Hotel on the 5 March, 2015.
Essentially this Regulation permits such notaries who also act as depositary notaries and publishing notaries in terms of the notarial procedure laid down by article 43A for private trustees to also act as qualified persons in terms of article 43(9) of the TTA
Legal Notice 15 of 2015 published on the 6th January, 2015, finally seeks to provide some clarity on the registration, conservation and access to notarial trust deeds in order to give clarity to notaries and to users of the system, particularly in the light of article 43A(6) of the Trusts and Trustees Act (“TTA”, Cap. 331 of the Laws of Malta).
By virtue of Legal Notice 464 of 2014 a slight but important amendment was made to the definition of ‘relevant
MFSA publishes Feedback Statement to the MFSA Consultation on the Proposed Regulation on the use of Trusts for persons with disability (Ref.:10/2014)GANADO Advocates - March 10, 2015 - Categories: Firm News, Other News
On the 12th December 2014, the MFSA issued a consultation document [Ref.: 10/2014], putting forward a proposal for the introduction of regulations specifically aimed at regulating trustees of trusts for persons at least one of which is a person with a disability.
The Company Service Providers (Fees) Regulations, 2015 were published by means of Legal Notice 27 of 2015
The Trusts and Trustees Act (Fees) Regulations 2015 (published on the 23rd January, 2015 by means of Legal Notice 28 of 2015) have substituted the previous regulations that were published in 2008.