The limited liability company is one of the most popular types of companies in Malta. This is because it offers a lot of flexibility to foreign investors who can benefit from many tax advantages. Foreign companies can also choose the limited liability company for establishing subsidiaries in Malta. The Commercial Law in Malta provides for two types of limited liability companies:
Our law firm in Malta can offer full information on the types of companies available for incorporation and their advantages.
Compared to the private limited liability company which is preferred by those opening small and medium-sized enterprises, the public limited liability company, shortly known as the PLC, is more appropriate for those seeking to start a large business in Malta. The main characteristics of the PLC in Malta are:
Our Maltese lawyers can offer more information on the requirements related to opening a public limited liability company.
The Maltese public limited liability is mostly known as a joint stock company in other countries and large foreign investors set up this type of company in this country in order to have access to the capital markets in the EU.
In order to register a PLC in Malta, the investor must comply with all the requirements mentioned above based on which they will have the memorandum and articles of association prepared, notarized by a public notary and filed with the Companies Registrar in Malta. Based on these documents the public limited liability company will be issued its certificate of registration.
For assistance in drafting the statutory documents and filing them with the Trade Register in order to open a PLC, please contact our lawyers in Malta.
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