The Maltese economy continues to show significant growth with predictions of a fifth consecutive surplus in 2020.
Mamo TCV Advocates
Below are the salient points of the Malta Budget for the year 2020, which was presented to the House of Representatives by the Hon. Prof. Edward Scicluna, Minister of Finance, on 14 October 2019.
The NSO has just published Regional Statistics MALTA 2019 Edition.
Today we are experiencing an unprecedented level of change in the world around us affecting every aspect of our lives. These changes are not restricted to any one sphere.
Talent development is a fundamental pillar of strategic talent management.
ZEST Malta 2017, the main gathering for Malta-based start-ups, held at the Radisson Blu Golden Sands Resort and Spa...
TradeMalta has received 39 submissions for the six awards that are up for grabs for its Malta International Business Awards being held on Friday, 10th November 2017.
As part of Malta's EU Presidency, Malta will be launching the next round of Ideas from Europe, and the search for innovators with solutions to global challenges.
MFSA – Malta Financial Services Authority
In spite of the global economic crisis, the country’s financial services industry has continued to expand and to be instrumental in the economic development of our country, to job creation, and to the building of a competitive infrastructure for the Island’s financial services industry.
Increasing competition, rather than accessibility, has become the biggest concern for retailers over the last six months. 23% of the retailers who participated in the second market barometer conducted by PwC during the third week of September acknowledged that competition, including the effect of online sales, is trimming their margins.
Increased demand for a broad range of client services saw
Deloitte grow for the fourth consecutive year, with Deloitte member
firm network revenues of US $32.4 billion for the fiscal year
ending 31 May 2013.
Family businesses are business enterprises - small or large - that are controlled and run by one or more family members.
The annual review of PwC, covering the year ended on 31st December 2011.
Breakfast briefing in London organised by the Malta High Commission and introduced by H.E Joseph Zammit Tabona High Commissioner of Malta to the Court of St James’s.
The results of this year’s PwC Family Business Survey prove that there is a great deal the wider corporate sector could learn from the family firm, just as there is far more that governments could do to support them.