As company incorporation agents our experience with the Maltese Registrar of Companies means we can obtain company reports, certified copies of official documents held by the registry on any registered company in Malta.
A certified document is where the Maltese Registrar of Companies stamps the document to verify its authenticity.
We can obtain copies of company documents from the Maltese Financial Services Authority which we can get legalised with the apostille at the Foreign office in Malta.
A Maltese company report includes details of the company, confirms its existence and lists company information.
The Maltese company report includes:
Company Share Capital:
Involvements including on each Director:
Involvements including on each Shareholder:
Legal Representatives details including:
Judicial Representatives details including:
Company Secretaries details including:
Company Accounts including:
List of the documents filed with the Maltese Registry of Companies by the company - including document type, date filed/archived at registry and any additional comments.
The search report will be ordered from the Maltese Registrar of Companies and delivered by email in 2 - 3 days.
We can supply a Certificate of Good Standing from the Maltese Registrar of Companies certifying that the company is in Good Standing.
The certificate of Good Standing certifies that the company is registered under the Laws of Malta, the date incorporated, that the company is still registered and confirms that all Registry administrative requirements have been complied with.
The certificate can be issued by the registry to include the details of the registered office, incorporation date, directors, company secretary and the current shareholders. The Registrar of Companies sign and date the certificate when issued.
The certificate is provided from the Maltese Registrar of Companies with an official stamp, seal and with the signature of an authorised officer.
Click on the image to see what a Maltese Certificate of Good Standing looks like and what it contains.
The Certificate of Incorporation is a legal document issued by the Maltese Registrar of Companies. The registration certificate includes the company name, company type, registration number, registered office address and date of registration. The certificate can be legalised with the apostille at the Foreign office in Malta.
We can also supply a registry copy of the companies Articles of Association, issued under the Malta Companies Act, chapter 386.
The Memorandum of Association must specify the objects for which the company is incorporated and include:
The Articles of Association are filed with the Maltese Registry of Companies and set out the internal regulations for the management of a Maltese company.
The Directors Certificate is a registry document that shows who the directors are of a Maltese registered company.
This certificate certifies that the company incorporated was registered under the Laws of Malta and is still registered, it confirms the present directors of the company.
The Shareholders Certificate is a registry document that shows who the present shareholders are of a Maltese registered company. The document also shows how many shares they each have.
For each accounting period directors of Maltese companies are required to prepare directors reports, including details of all directors, principle activities and any changes to the company that took place over that accounting period.
Private companies classified as 'small' may draw up abridged balance sheets and abridged profit and loss accounts. A company is considered small if it meets two of the three following criteria:
Annual accounts must be filed within 10 months from the end of the financial year.
We can supply a copy of the latest Directors' Report and Accounts filed with the Maltese Registry of Companies. Latest copies of the Company Accounts are included in the Maltese company search report we provide.
Companies are required by Maltese Company Law to submit an annual return upon the anniversary date of the company's registration.
The annual return must be signed by the director or the company secretary and submitted to the Companies Registrar within 40 days after the incorporation anniversary date. The annual return must include, but is not limited to, details of directors, details of secretary, issued shares, registered office and changes in the past year.
The Income Tax Act imposes an audit requirement for every company registered in Malta. Maltese companies must file a tax return with the Inland Revenue and Registry of Companies, which must be accompanied by audited financial statements. The financial statements and details of the officers and shareholders of the company are public information.
We can provide copies of official company documents and conduct searches for companies registered in the Malta.
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