Published on December 22, 2012
Women deserve better. We should be appointed as directors of a board not because a company wants to tick the box as having fulfilled this quota requirement.
Published on December 14, 2012
Tags: Malta flag, Ship Registration, Shipping
Ship Registration, Yacht & Superyacht Registration
Inflexible regulatory regimes could destroy the current demand for a European Union flag, writes maritime lawyer Matthew Attard
Annalise Papa, Jotham Scerri-Diacono
Published on November 15, 2012
Environment & Planning
The Malta chapter, authored by Dr Jotham Scerri Diacono and Dr Annalise Caruana, has been published in this serial publication by Getting the Deal Through.
Published on October 23, 2012
Tags: Aviation, Shipping
Aircraft Finance, Shipping sale, purchase & charterparties
This article was published in the Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly (Part 3 - 2012)
Published on October 2, 2012
Tags: AIFMD, Asset Management, Collective Investment Schemes, Fund Custody, Investment Funds, RICC, SICAVs, UCITS
Asset Management, Fund Custody, Investment Funds, Investment Services Regulation
Malta is often described by financial services operators who have chosen to set-up shop here as a flexible and business friendly jurisdiction. Over the years, Malta has sought to provide established operators and start-ups alike a legislative and regulatory environment that, whilst in conformity with European Union legislation, is in tune with such operators’ commercial needs.
Published on October 1, 2012
Tags: AIFMD, UCITS
Asset Management, Investment Funds, Investment Services Regulation
With regulation sweeping the hedge fund industry, funds are having a hard time remaining compliant and keeping up with change. Dr David Borg-Carbott, of Ganado & Associates, explains how Malta can prove to be an oasis of calm.