Apart from being a highly regulated onshore jurisdiction within the European Union, Malta also offers a favourable tax system in certain determinate situations. Consequently, it follows that various clients will only consider Malta as jurisdiction, once such tax, as well as corporate implications, have been verified.

At E&S, we therefore thrive in offering comprehensive advice on the Malta tax implications of certain intended cross border transactions and assisting our clients in understanding any Malta tax and corporate issues which may arise as a consequence of setting up Malta structures or as a consequence of setting up residence in Malta. Our main aim is to give our clients the necessary comfort and peace of mind prior to taking any decisions involving Malta taxation and hence allowing them to do so in the most tax efficient manner possible.

Furthermore, apart from assisting in specific advice on Malta direct and indirect tax issues, E&S, through its various associates around the world, can also coordinate and assist in the implementation of international structures with the aim of maximising clients’ returns in the best and most tax and corporate efficient manner possible.
It is recognised that the tax implications are a key element of any business advisory team. Insofar as every commercial transactions will carry with it certain tax implications, as well as the fact that legislation and tax practice are becoming increasingly complex, and tax authorities more stringent, obtaining timely and effective cross border tax planning can be instrumental as well as cost effective.
We look forward to discussing various tried and tested structures or exploring new options based on our Clients’ needs and requirements.


Contact us on +356 20103020 or by mail at info@ellulschranz.com to find out how E&S can help you in ‘making things happen’.