Company Formation in Malta
Opening a company in Malta is a straightforward procedure. The company is highly amenable to foreign investment, and welcomes new businesses established by foreign individuals. If your company is structured correctly, you might qualify to pay as little as 5 per cent corporate tax. Malta also offers anonymity for directors and shareholders as well as the highest levels of privacy protection.
Registered address in St Julians (12 months)
Mail Forwarding in St Julians (Must Take Registered Address Add-On)
Virtual office in St Julians Includes office space with the use of boardroom, telephone lines, office equipment, mail forwarding and logging in of mail upon receipt and communicating to the client (Must take Registered Address and Mail forwarding options)
VAT Registration in Malta
Online Bank Arrangement Malta
Company Secretary Malta
Domiciliation: Registered Address
Form B01 (Beneficial Owner Register)
Malta Company One-Stop-Shop
We provide everything you need to form a company in Malta, from handling registry fees to forming a bank account.
Depending on the add-ons you choose, we will have your Malta-based company ready for you in approximately 7 days.
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Our team of company formation experts will advise you on anything and everything you need to properly incorporate your Malta-based company.
Malta offers a streamlined solution for incorporating companies. Our basic package offers company formation and registry fees on the initial share capital, and our many add-ons provide flexibility for everything you need to run your business from Malta.
- Highly favourable tax regime
- As little as 5 per cent corporate tax if structured properly
- Registered address in St Julians (add-on)
- Mail Forwarding in St Julians (add-on)
- VAT Registration as needed
- Office-space, phone lines and equipment as needed
- Online Bank Arrangement
- Company Secretary
- Form B01 (Beneficial Owner Register)
Malta has long been revered as a jurisdiction which is favourable to business due to its advantageous tax environment. Holding companies are fully tax-exempt. Malta has no withholding taxes, and profits can be distributed to foreign shareholders without restriction. There are zero stamp duties. Directors can be completely anonymous and non-residents are free to hold shares or office in a Maltese company. Annual and General Meetings do not need to be held inside Malta. There are no restrictions on where a Maltese company should hold its fundsy. Redomiciling a company from another jurisdiction is entirely permissible. Numerous international corporations have their headquarters in Malta due to its favourable tax regime. Malta also has numerous double-taxation treaties in place. The country offers some of the lowest licensing fees in the EU, making it an attractive option for eGaming, shipping and financial services companies, as well as investment funds.
Part of our Malta company formation service is to register your company for VAT if you choose to do so.
Online Bank Arrangement
We will arrange an online bank account for you in only a matter of days.
Registered address in St Julians
If you choose this add-on, we will give you a physical registered address in St Julians, Malta.
Virtual Office in St Julians
For those who sign up for the registered address, we also offer a virtual office, access to a boardroom, office furniture, mail-forwarding in St Julians, and telephone service so you can operate 100 per cent as a local, even though you might be working remotely.
How it Works
Check the product out in your shopping cart
Simply add the product you need to your shopping cart and then check it out to start your Malta company formation process.
Answer some questions
We will send you some simple questions for you to fill in so that we can properly set up your new company in Malta.
Sit back and relax
Let us do the work to set up your Maltese company. This will include a really quick and easy identity check where you’ll need your ID or passport to hand.
Reap the benefits!
Once your company has been formed, you can officially start doing business in Malta!
Here are some common questions about company formations in Malta.
What types of companies can be formed in Malta?
- Private Limited Liability Company by shares. A minimum share capital of approximately €1,200 is required. This can be paid in any currency. Only 20 per cent of the nominal value needs to be paid.
- Public Limited Liability Company. Minimum share capital of approximately €47,000.
- General & Limited partnerships. No minimum share capital.
- Foreign-based companies can open subsidiaries and branches.
- Holding companies are tax-exempt.
How many directors does a Maltese Limited Company require?
Only one. And only one shareholder.
A company secretary is also required.
What languages do they speak in Malta?
Malta’s official languages are English and Maltese.
The English language makes it easy to find workers as well as to do business in the country due to English’s dominance as an international business language.
What currency do they use in Malta?
Malta became an official part of the EU in 2008 and has taken the Euro as its official currency.
I’ve heard different numbers for corporate tax in Malta. What is the actual figure?
Malta’s effective corporate tax hovers between 5 and 10 per cent, depending on how your company is structured. It is the lowest corporate tax in all of the EU.