Private Limited Liability companies in Malta provide the ideal platform for the establishment of international trading activities and can be a useful base for a European business due low tax rates.
The Memorandum and Articles of Association, are signed and forwarded to the Registrar of Companies for registration of your company. These are accompanied by the relevant documentation, including certified copies of identification documents, references and declarations where required.
Evidence of the share capital in the form of a bank deposit advice also has to be provided to the The Maltese Registry of Companies. Upon registration, the Registrar will issue a certificate of registration, showing that your company has been officially registered in Malta and is authorised to commence business.
Once the Maltese Registrar of Companies has all necessary documentation and information, the incorporation of a Maltese company usually takes 5 days.
Once we have received all your details, we can start the process of incorporating your company. Our Malta formation package includes:
A Maltese Private Limited Liabilitycompany must have a unique name and the Registrar of Companies has the right of refuse any name it feels is undesirable or offensive. The company must end with the suffix Limited or Ltd.
The share capital can be denominated in any currency and the minimum share capital is €1200. Shareholders can be individual or corporate and the shares in Maltese companies can be held by a nominee or trustee.
A Maltese company only needs one director and it is not required for the director to be a resident of Malta. Directors details are available for public viewing at the Companies Registry.
A Maltese company must appoint a Company Secretary who is responsible for keeping the statutory books, we can provide this required service for your Maltese company.
Only two shareholders are required for a Maltese company. Shareholders details are available for public viewing at the Companies Registry.
Every Maltese company must maintain a registered office in Malta, we can provide this service. Any changes made to the company's registered office must be notified to the Registrar of Companies.
Opening a bank account with a Maltese bank is part of the company formation process. You are required to open a bank account in which to deposit the minimum share capital. The capital remains blocked during company formation procedure. A visit to Malta may be required to open a bank account.
Company Administration services we can provide for your company in Malta include: