The Malta Financial Services Authority, inspired by Regulation (EU) No 575/2013 (“the CRR”) and Directive 2013/36/EU (“the CRD”) has just
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On 4th February, the Malta Financial Services Authority issued a document outlining its strategic approach towards AML and CFT supervision,
MFSA issues its feedback statement on the Conduct of Business Rulebook – on the same day the European Commission proposes a postponement to the IDD application dateGANADO Advocates - January 9, 2018 - Categories: Firm News
Following two phases of consultation back in 2015 and 2016 on the Conduct of Business Rulebook (the “Rulebook”), the MFSA
The MFSA has yesterday launched a consultation process in relation to investments in virtual currencies, aimed at ensuring investor protection
On the 11th February 2016, the Malta Financial Services Authority (the “MFSA”) announced the launch of a new framework to
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.
On the 7th January 2015, the Malta Financial Services Authority issued the new Regulations and Pension Rules under the Retirement
On the 13th October 2014, the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) issued a circular regarding re/insurance undertakings in a group. Undertakings are to inform the MFSA whether they fall within the scope of group supervision under Solvency II by the 14th November 2014.
MFSA Consultation Document on the Proposed Review of Fees for Insurers, Intermediaries and Retirement Funds for 2014 – 2018GANADO Advocates - December 23, 2013 - Categories: Other News
Since its inception, the MFSA has sought to generate predictability and stability in relation to the regulatory fees charged to licence holders. In proposing the new fees for insurers, reinsurers, insurance intermediaries and retirement funds, the MFSA has acknowledged that operational supervisory costs have increased as a result of tighter EU requirements.
Malta was named as the most favoured domicile for hedge funds in the recent Hedge Funds Review’s Service Provider Rankings released earlier this month.