Registration and Formation of a Malta Limited Company
Maltese company law imposes no restrictions on the nationality and residence of the shareholders, directors and the company secretary of a Malta company. Furthermore, there are no restrictions on the types of activities that companies in Malta may carry out, although the activities of certain Malta businesses may be regulated by local regulatory authorities such as the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) and the Malta Lotteries and Gaming Authority (LGA)
Necessary documentation required for the formation of a Malta Limited Company:
- Certified copy of Passport(s) for each Beneficial Owner / Shareholder and Director.
- In the case of corporate shareholders and directors, a copy of the constitutive documents (Memorandum and Articles of Association, deed of partnership etc.) together with a certificate of good standing / extracts from the registry or any other document attesting the company and/or partnership registration number shall be required.