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All articles • 'maltafiles'
Global press tracks down taxpayers abroad, but finserv institute says ‘no secrets in Malta Files’
National 25-05

‘Malta Files reveal no secrets’ says IFSP: so why are foreign newspapers writing about the UBOs ‘hiding’ behind Malta companies?

Scicluna on revealing UBOs: Do it with European legislation, not leaks
Europe 25-05

Malta Files on the agenda of the Brussels press as Edward Scicluna presides over tax rules reforms, while France and Germany start discussing a common tax code

Our role as journalists
Editorial 25-05

This country is being held ransom by both political blocs making it impossible to even entertain any form of intelligent questioning

[WATCH] Election Chat | The Malta Files: what's the big deal?
Election 2017 24-05

What are the Malta Files, and what is the big debate about them? Stockbroker Paul Bonello and AD secretary-general Ralph Cassar discussed the issue

Bannister, the Malta files and tax avoidance
Editorial 23-05

It cannot be denied that in the wider sense of equal benefits for all businesses in Europe, this tax regime is offering companies and individuals the possibility to avoid millions in taxes in their home country

Malta Files: PSG’s Edinson Cavani saves on tax for image rights
National 22-05

Star-striker of PSG cashed €1.59 million in 2015 via two Maltese companies, saving €482,442 in taxes. The player said he was ‘in perfect compliance’ with his tax obligations

Erdoğan’s son-in-law set up Malta accounts to avoid millions in tax
Business News 22-05

In 2012 the son-in-law of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, helped set up eight companies in Malta in a bid to avoid paying millions of dollars in taxes for his company

Political ‘rivals’ in Malta Files: ‘I will defend them as well’, Muscat says
National 22-05

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat says Malta Files attacking Malta’s tax competitiveness, but no illegalities or wrongdoing found

Fiduciary companies, Bannister must go to save Financial Services sector -AD
National 21-05

AD says foreign jurisdictions are aiming at secretive fiduciary companies to attack Malta's tax rebate on companies. 

‘Nothing offshore about Malta’: Muscat vows solid defence over Malta Files
National 20-05

Malta finance minister on Malta Files: “If we don’t present a common front, irrespective of our political colour, it would endanger investment and jobs in Malta”

‘Malta Files a result of Muscat’s inaction on Panama scandal’ – Busuttil
National 20-05

Simon Busuttil on Malta Files: 'As soon as foreigners saw that there was a cloud of corruption hanging over the Prime Minister, they turned against us'

Malta Files articles 'the tip of the iceberg,' Cassola warns
Election 2017 20-05

Alternattiva Demokratika chairman Arnold Cassola presents party's manifesto and final list of candidates • Party reveals 'An alternative vote is a clean vote' slogan

People ‘close to PN’ feature in Malta Files, Muscat claims
National 20-05

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat says he will not use Malta Files for political gain, claiming a number of people close to the PN are featured in the documents

Scicluna: ‘Parties should stand together to counter Malta Files attack on fiscal regime’
National 20-05

Finance Minister Edward Scicluna says Malta Files ‘obvious spin’ and attack on Malta’s fiscal and regulatory regime

What are the Malta Files?
National 20-05

MaltaToday is part of the European Investigations Collaborations that is publishing the Malta Files

Russian billionaire’s fast loan empire uses Malta to pay peanuts in tax
National 20-05

MaltaToday is part of the EIC network's Malta Files, which show how the Mediterranean state operates as a base for tax avoidance inside the EU

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