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Strong values have been at the heart of our organisation since its creation. They guide us in our daily actions, providing a common base of values that all Mazars’ partners and teams share and respect. These values are detailed in Mazars’ Charter, individually signed by each partner.
Mazars at a glance
Mazars is an international, integrated and independent organisation, specialising in audit, accountancy, tax, legal and advisory services.
You will find here profiles for each country or territory where Mazars is present.
The Forum of Firms
Mazars is a member of the Forum of Firms.
The Forum of Firms is an association of international networks of accounting firms. The objective of the Forum of Firms is to promote consistent and high quality standards of financial and auditing practices world-wide.
The Praxity Alliance
Mazars is a member of Praxity AISBL, the world's largest Alliance of independent and unaffiliated audit and consultancy companies. Recognizing the support arising from globalization we are able to recommend renowned companies in significant countries. Our contacts to these Praxity participating firms enable our clients a professional support in their transnational activities from a single source.
10 Things you should know
Find the answers on how to set up a company in Malta and its requirements. Just follow the links below and download our publication.
Company formation in Malta
Business entities in Malta are typically established through a joint venture, a partnership or by incorporating a limited liability company.
Redomiciliation of companies
The Continuance of Companies Reg. provides the possibility for companies to redomicile to Malta, without the need to wind up the company in the foreign country.
Business entities established in Malta are subject to tax at the standard rate of 35%. However certain systems may potentially reduce the tax payable in Malta.
Generally, persons or entities carrying out an economic activity are required to apply to be registered for VAT purposes in Malta.
The welfare benefits system in Malta is funded through taxation and national insurance contributions from employers, employees, and self-employed persons.
For tax purposes, individuals are considered to be residents in Malta if they declare their intention to take a Maltese residency within 3 months of their arrival in Malta.
Malta Enterprise aims at stimulating the business environment by managing a number of schemes for the promotion and expansion of different sectors in Malta.
According to Maltese legislation, the contractual agreement between employer and employee establishes the framework within which the relationship between the two parties is regulated, as long as the statutory conditions of employment are respected.
Aviation in Malta
Malta oﬀers attractive tax incentives to owners of both private and commercial aircraft and it has a robust legislative framework.
Maritime in Malta
Vessel registration under the Malta Flag and the operation of Maltese ships is regulated by the Merchant Shipping Act of 1973.
Yacht Leasing in Malta
Malta has introduced a yacht leasing initiative which may reduce the effective VAT leakage payable upon the acquisition of the yacht to as low as 5.4%.
You will find below the complete list of our partners as well as other contact people mentioned on this website
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