Investment, Tax and Relocation to Malta

“Whatever the outcome on Brexit, Malta is prepared” – Malta Prime Minister Joseph Muscat. “Malta wants to be the best UK-friendly country after Brexit”

26 September 2019 - 9.30AM till 12PM

Want to find out more on what Malta has to offer to UK nationals and businesses looking at taking up residence or doing business in the EU's fastest-growing economy? This is your chance.

You now have the opportunity to find out more by attending the highly anticipated seminar being hosted by the Malta High Commission in London.

The seminar will cover various topics including (i) residence options ideal for UK nationals, (ii) property investments and (iii) incentives for UK companies to relocate or colocate to Malta.

The seminar will also tackle the subject of Brexit and what makes Malta attractive for British businesses keen to keep at least a foothold in the EU single market.

Organised by Frank Salt Real Estate, Malta’s largest and longest established, family-owned real estate Group, the seminar will also see the participation of John Huber and Associates, a Maltese advisory firm that specializes in tax services with special focus on tax issues related to relocating or taking up residency in Malta.

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09.30am – 12.00pm

Malta High Commission
Malta House, 36-38 Piccadilly, Mayfair, London W1J 0LE, UK

26 September 2019

Event Programme

Welcome Coffee & Registration

Welcome address
by H.E. Joseph Cole, Malta High Commissioner to the UK

Residence options in Malta
by Dr John Huber, Leading Partner at John Huber & Associates

Property in Malta – An outlook on residential and commercial real estate
by Mr Grahame Salt, Director at Frank Salt Real Estate

Doing business in Malta
by Dr John Huber, Leading Partner at John Huber & Associates

Closing Comments
by Mr Grahame Salt, Director at Frank Salt Real Estate

Refreshments & Networking 

Over the past three decades Malta has created the right economic environment to meet the demands of the global investment market. It has strong and long-standing links with the UK, Europe and beyond and has a liberal foreign investment policy. Malta offers various business incentives through its pro-business approach and has established itself as a center of excellence in the financial services and fintech sector, prompting several UK-based businesses to set up shop within our shores. Additionally, Malta offers competitive individual and corporate tax regimes to foreign entrepreneurs, high net worth individuals and investors who are looking to set up shop in a cost-effective European jurisdiction. This is complemented by a very good choice of property, from apartments in vibrant towns to villas and rural retreats. The property market is very stable, offering steady capital growth.

RSVP by Tuesday 24 September 2019

The event is free of charge however registration to the seminar is required due to limited spaces.

Participants will also have the possibility of booking one-to-one sessions should they wish to find out how Malta’s property offering and investment highlights can apply to their circumstances. It is important that attendees bring along an identification document to be granted access to the Malta High Commission.

Speaker Line Up

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Grahame Salt

Frank Salt Real Estate Director


Joseph Cole

Malta High Commissioner for the UK

John Huber

Leading Partner at John Huber & Associates

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Event supported by FinanceMalta.