The charity ambassador charming the iGaming and financial industries
Patrick J O’ Brien, Exante’s communication director, has spearheaded many campaigns to promote Malta as the ‘ideal place to do business’
With bigger cruise ships, Valletta port infrastructure needs expanding
Valletta Cruise Port welcomed its 700,000th passenger this morning as it seeks to expand berthing facilities in the Grand Harbour to accommodate larger ships
Salaries in financial services sector reached €353 million in 2016

The 10,345 persons employed within the Malta financial services sector earned...

The 10,345 persons employed within the Malta financial...

Employees just love drinks outside the office, survey finds

Higher job satisfaction linked to social events outside work hours • Most...

Higher job satisfaction linked to social events outside...

Casa asks ECB to withdraw Pilatus licence over money-laundering claims

MEP reports allegations to European Central Bank claiming money laundering for Azeri oligarchs is part of Pilatus business model

MEP reports allegations to European Central Bank claiming...

MEP will report Pilatus to European Banking Authority unless MFSA revokes licence

Nationalist MEP David Casa has demanded that the MFSA revoke the licence of the private bank Pilatus, which was at the centre of the Egrant allegations

Nationalist MEP David Casa has demanded that the MFSA...

Mohamed Fadhel Kraiem appointed as new GO chairman

New chairman Mohamed Fadhel Kraiem took over at the helm of GO plc,...

New chairman Mohamed Fadhel Kraiem took over at the helm of...

A partial relief for Venezuela | Calamatta Cuschieri

Market summary, Venezuela’s restructuring deal and S&P upgrades risk...

Market summary, Venezuela’s restructuring deal and...

Paradise Papers | Nemea took €10 million deposit from Azerbaijani when ECB suspended bank’s licence

Whistleblower told ECB of suspicious activities when Maltese company deposited €10 million on behalf of Azerbaijani woman in Paris

Whistleblower told ECB of suspicious activities when...

Taxman claim for €759,000 in unpaid VAT  from bankrupt PriceClub fails

An objection made by former director of PriceClub was upheld by a judge, to a €759,000 VAT bill

An objection made by former director of PriceClub was...

Private sector is main driver for jobs growth but government has not held back

The Central Bank of Malta says the private sector added 8,430 new jobs in April while the public sector employed 841 new full-timers

The Central Bank of Malta says the private sector added...

Farsons rejects PA’s quibbling over business park masterplan

Farsons says its plan indicating how the business park would sit on a site...

Farsons says its plan indicating how the business park...

Planning shock forces Farsons to postpone business park listing

Farsons has postponed the creation of a subsidiary company to develop a...

Farsons has postponed the creation of a subsidiary company...

Update 4 | PA board indicated they would turn down Farsons project over local plan shortcomings

PA chairman Vince Cassar asked for a quick show of hands from board members as to how they would vote on the project, after some members expressed their...

PA chairman Vince Cassar asked for a quick show of hands...

Updated | Malta wages rise slowly despite skills shortages and low unemployment

2017 wage growth only moderate, inflation below EU-average for 2017, will increase by 2019, forecasts European Commission. Finance minister reacts

2017 wage growth only moderate, inflation below EU-average...

Vatican woes its own fault, says Maltese company in multi-million euro lawsuit

Earlier this year, the Vatican Bank filed a multi-million euro case for damages, claiming a committee it set up was misled by directors of Malta-based Futura...

Earlier this year, the Vatican Bank filed a multi-million...

Swedish police drop investigation against Tonio Fenech and Falcon directors

A fraud investigation into Maltese pension fund Falcon continues but prosecutor says they will not charge former PN minister Tonio Fenech and co-directors of...

A fraud investigation into Maltese pension fund Falcon...

Paradise Papers | MFSA chief Bannister never declared foreign company directorship

Outgoing MFSA chairman Joseph Bannister denies any suggestion of conflict of interest, afte Paradise Paper reveal directorship of offshore BVI firm linked to...

Outgoing MFSA chairman Joseph Bannister denies any...

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