MALTA BRexit EUROPE, partner instead of compete to offer better solutions for business and individuals

MALTA BRexit EUROPE, partner instead of compete to offer better solutions for business and individuals

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MALTAway is a web portal driven by an holistic vision to offer integrated services such as Corporate Services, Tax & Legal, Management Consulting, Governance, Investment, Business Advisory,  Relocation, in favor of the Corporations, Business, Finance, HNWIs;

MALTA is the best place to move in, with an Anglo-Saxon Business Culture and Regulatory environment in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, to prosper, develop and protect the Business and the Assets of a Corporation and HNWIs as well

Malta was not looking for the “spoils of war” following the Brexit vote, but would offer assistance to the UK and to companies interested in using the country as a gateway to the European Union

ince the surprising decision by UK voters, a number of European financial services capitals, including Luxembourg, Paris, and Frankfurt have been actively ‘propositioning’ UK-financial services institutions in a bid to lure them away from London amid the uncertainty following the Brexit vote.

Defending Malta’s apparent lackadaisical reaction to the result – which could see it lose out to a number of European capitals that have are promoting themselves to poach investment – the prime minister insisted that Malta does not view the UK as an enemy to be exploited.

“The best results would be obtained through friendship and offering to work together with the UK … those who are going to fight for investments by stealing companies away from the UK would find short shrift in their methods.”

“While others may try to knock down the door into the UK, we want that door to be opened for us because of our behaviour,” Muscat said.

Malta had immediately provided a voice of caution even within the EU, and called for Britain to be given enough breathing space to get its house in order before pursuing exit negotiations, he explained.

The prime minister – who in the wake of the vote ruled out any Maltese referendum on leaving the EU on the basis that it would be tantamount to “suicide” – argued that though he did not agree with the UK’s decision to leave the EU, he understood why people would voted in favour of Brexit.

“I can understand why a man living in a housing estate in the UK would vote against the EU when he suddenly finds himself the only Englishman in his neighbourhood,” he said, while denouncing as “shallow” those who blamed Brexit on the elderly, poor and uneducated in Britain.

“Unless the EU understands that immigration is an issue that is close to the heart of many people and countries, more EU citizens will be turning to extreme groups and parties in greater numbers in the future,” he said.

The Prime Minister also said he sympathises with Birzebbugia and Marsa residents who frequently express concern at the number of refugees in their localities, and argued that whoever discusses migration should not be accused of being xenophobic, racist or far right.

Muscat said the EU should not have anything to do with leaders of extreme parties, but should engage in discussion those people who turn to such parties in a bid to protest against the union.

“The EU cannot remain a union of a few elite that forgets and ignores those with a humble background, dismisses pensioners or makes the young feel totally ignored,” he stressed.

http://www.maltatoday.com.mt/news/national/67091/malta_will_not_lure_companies_away_from_britain__muscat#.V3omAJN978S

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MALTAway è un portale che nasce con una visione olistica di servizi integrati di Corporate Services, Tax & Legal, Management Consulting, Governance, Investment, Business Advisory, Relocation, rivolti al mondo Corporations, Business, Finance, HNWIs

MALTA è la nuova Svizzera e il meglio del Nord Europa in mezzo al Mediterraneo, il posto migliore per il successo, lo sviluppo e la protezione di una Corporation, del suo Business, dei suoi Assets

 

 

 

 

 

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Maltaway: la nostra conoscenza del mondo, dell’Italia e di MALTA come fattore del Vostro successo!

WHY MALTAWAY ? è davvero la domanda chiave

Noi crediamo che molti cerchino quello che noi abbiamo trovato, e che vogliamo condividere, serve solo iniziare a pensare e ad agire differentemente…e il nostro contributo

MALTAway, your way to enter the MALTA world

MALTAway è un portale che nasce con una visione olistica di servizi integrati di Corporate Services, Tax & Legal, Management Consulting, Governance, Investment, Business Advisory, Relocation, rivolti al mondo Corporations, Business, Finance, HNWIs 

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Malta è attraente, ma serve motivazione per cambiare vita e paese

Malta è attraente, ma serve motivazione per cambiare vita e paese

o la trovi dentro di te…. o sarà lei che ti viene a cercare … pensa a malta  prima che sia troppo tardi… noi siamo la tua bicicletta ma sei tu che devi salirci e pedalare … se tu fossi a piedi non avresti scampo, con una bicicletta potresti venirne fuori vivo … grande differenza

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MALTAway, your way to enter the MALTA world

MALTAway è un portale che nasce con una visione olistica di servizi integrati di Corporate Services, Tax & Legal, Management Consulting, Governance, Investment, Business Advisory, Relocation, rivolti al mondo Corporations, Business, Finance, HNWIs 

MALTA è la nuova Svizzera e il meglio del Nord Europa in mezzo al Mediterraneo, il posto migliore per il successo, lo sviluppo e la protezione di una Corporation, del suo Business, dei suoi Assets

Is digital identity and residence a new business way for Malta?

Why Estonia Is Letting Entrepreneurs Become “E-Residents”

Is digital identity and e-residence a new business way for Malta as well?

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A common mistake governments make is assuming that a “more digital” economy will equal economic growth. But digitalization does not necessarily translate into growth.

For instance, in the HBR article “Where the Digital Economy Is Moving the Fastest,” the country with the fastest rate of digital development in the past, and the steepest trajectory for future digitalization, is Singapore. But, as the Singaporean government is slowly realizing, correlation does not mean causation, and digitalization does not mean growth. The Singaporean economy’s growth rate went from 6.2% in 2011 to 2.9% in 2014.

Many governments have been focused on both making themselves more efficient through digital technology (such as making it easier to renew passports through online portals) and making their countries more attractive to digital technology companies (by reducing the cost of doing business within their borders). As the examples of Singapore and many other countries illustrate, these steps are not enough.

If the public sector is to realize the full potential of digital technology to transform public finances and even kickstart national economic growth, governments will have to move beyond streamlining services and cutting red-tape for entrepreneurs.

Let’s look at the lessons from the private sector. As students of disruption realize, a new technology is never a disruption on its own. It’s an enabling condition, arguably even a necessary one, but it is not a sufficient condition. For a new digital technology to deliver a disruptive innovation, a new technology must leverage two things:

A new route to market. All disruptive innovators in business have capitalized on a channel of commercialization where the leading firms are not present. For instance, Dell sold directly to consumers, as did Salesforce, Skype, and eBay.

A new business model. Disruptive innovators usually change the revenue architecture — how you hire a car or plan a trip, for example. It’s really hard for incumbents already deeply invested in an existing business model to follow suit, which explains the success of free newspapers, Zipcar, TripAdvisor, and Lending Club.

So what would this look like in the public sector?

One example comes from Estonia. The small European nation has made it possible for entrepreneurs to become “e-residents.” Anyone in the world who wants to operate out of Estonia can become a “resident” of the country — without living there. While e-residents don’t have full rights as citizens (they don’t vote, for example), the government will grant you, for a flat subscription rate, a digital identity that grants you full rights to do business in Estonia and in most European countries, depending on the industry. This enables the Estonian government not only to foster entrepreneurship in their economy but to generate revenue through the e-card subscriptions. Even better for public finances, e-residents are not physically in the country (they just pay taxes there), which means they don’t generate the expenses that normal citizens impose on a country.

Note how this initiative is not about using digitalization to make the process of entrepreneurship more efficient or faster, which is one of the key metrics on how countries are measured worldwide, but instead leverages a new model (in this case, a new model of citizenship) to capture new net growth.

As with disruption in the private sector, Estonia’s e-residency program offers both a lower price and fewer features while simultaneously creating a new route to market. In this way, Estonia is suddenly making it possible for a whole new cadre of startup founders to operate in Europe at a fraction of the cost of living there.

Marc Andreessen, the prominent venture capitalist, once said that software is eating the world. He’s not wrong, but it’s more complicated than that. Technology is just one part of the story. No matter how innovative a new technology is, it’s not automatically profitable. To truly create economic value, a digital technology needs a new channel of commercialization and must offer the possibility of creating a new business model.

Once governments realize that digitalization does not automatically mean growth but can act as a powerful enabler, they can use disruptive principles to create new net growth.


WHY MALTA

MALTA your new SWITZERLAND, your Northern Europe but in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, inspired by Island City-State Model of SINGAPORE

Apart from the desire to be here in Malta now , that this picture arouses , answer these questions :

How do you see the future of Italy , of a person or entrepreneur , honest , not parasitic , competent , creative , motivated to grow and create ?

Which country offers a quality of life , gorgeous weather 12 months a year , cost effectiveness , frequent connections and low cost flights (max of 2 hours from your city) , a stable country system of rules and tax, very competitive in the global arena and in Europe as well?

Where you can find an open large international community and a Regulations’ model designed to attract great people , companies , ideas and capital, able to grow together in a multi-cultural country ?

We, after a long and in-depth comparison of experience and analysis, we have the answer !

MALTA is the best place to move in, with an Anglo-Saxon Business Culture and Regulatory environment in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, to prosper, develop and protect the Business and the Assets of a Corporation and HNWIs…with a plan to be the next SINGAPORE of the MED SEA

CENTER OF MED SEA

Which country offers exceptional quality of life, gorgeous weather 12 months a year, low cost of living, frequent and low cost flights to a maximum of 3 hours from your EU city, a system of rules and competitive tax around the world ?

NEW COUNTRY LEADERSHIP

MALTA is your new SWISS and your Northern Europe but in the middle of the Mediterranean, stable and secure, inspired by the model of the City – State of the Island SINGAPORE

INCOME, CAPITAL, WEALTH TAX

Zero inheritance tax, ZERO capital & wealth tax, ZERO capital gain tax, ZERO real estate tax, 5% corporate tax

MALTA, EUROPE, COMMONWEALTH, WORLD

Where you can find an open international community, with country regulations shaped to encourage and to attract people, companies, ideas and capital ? These are the rare and valuable resources from the world that MALTA needs to grow together

MALTA FINTECH HUB

Malta FinTech, a true hub of Finance and Technology from eGaming and eCommerce to eFinance and eBanking, valuable solutions, services and support for the Consumer and Corporate world


TOP REASONS TO INVEST IN MALTA

STRATEGIC LOCATION

Malta is strategically located at the heart of the Mediterranean with very close ties to mainland Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. The island is considered the best choice for investments in knowledge based sectors and high end manufacturing. Due to its excellent port infrastructure, Malta is also considered an ideal logistical hub. This, together with EU membership, makes the country a perfect gateway to the Euro-Mediterranean region and further.

Flights duration to main business hubs

Algiers Amsterdam Berlin Brussels Dubai Dublin Edinburgh
 1:15  3:10  2:55  2:55  5:00  2:55  3:00
 Libya  London  Madrid  Milan  Moscow  Munich  Oslo
 1:30  3:00  2:55  2:00  4:00  2:30  4:00
 Paris  Prague  Rome Stockholm   Vienna  Warsaw  
 2:45  2:45  1:30  3:50  2:15  3:50

NIMBLE ECONOMY

Malta has undergone an incredible transformation in the few decades since independence was gained in 1964. Four decades later, with a fully functioning open market economy, joining the EU in 2004 was seen as a natural step towards securing the economic future of the country. The adoption of the Euro in 2008 ensured that the economy would not be vulnerable to currency fluctuations and would allow the nation to be more competitive.

Progress and flexibility are key factors in the success of Malta’s ability to react quickly to international trends and the global market place. Our pro-business government continually seeks to strengthen Malta’s attractiveness as an open market economy. The exogenous shocks of the global recession inevitably had an impact on the local economy. However, it should be noted that Malta was one of the last countries within the European Union to enter the recession and it was also one of the first countries to rebound from the economic downturn. In essence Malta showed great resilience and emerged in a strong position.

LANGUAGE FLUENCY

The country’s national language is Maltese but both the latter and English are official languages in Malta. This certainly adds to the destination’s appeal for visitors, traders and investors. Practically all Maltese are bilingual and many are also conversant in Italian. Some may also have at least a working knowledge of French or German. Foreign language fluency as a percentage of the population is as follows: English 88%, Italian 66%, French 17% and German 6%.

WORKFORCE

The success of a business is not achieved by financing or technology but is ultimately determined by people power. The labour force in Malta is a very productive one, highly educated and extremely flexible with an excellent work ethic. Our people are our greatest natural resource and the country has good availability of professional, managerial and technical staff as well as a ready supply of top graduates most of whom are technology-experienced. The link between education and industry is vital for our competitiveness. Education and HR-related strengths top the criteria for choosing Malta as an investment destination.

INTERNATIONAL FINANCE CENTRE

Malta is now an internationally recognised financial services hub. However, due to the sector’s traditional and conservative approach it never experienced a real financial crisis. Indeed, the strength of the financial services sector was a critical contributing factor to the speedy emergence of Malta’s economy from the recession. In fact, the reputation of the Maltese financial services sector improved considerably due to the resilience and stability it showed during the financial crisis. This did not go unobserved in the global scenario and the impeccable reputation of the local financial services is expected to fuel further growth in this sector.

EXCELLENT ICT INFRASTRUCTURE

It has always been considered strategically important to the country’s human and economic advancement to be well connected with the rest of the world. As such there has been a great deal of investment and consolidation in order to create and ensure a reliable Information Communication Technology (ICT) infrastructure.

Malta’s fully liberalised and developed ICT infrastructure has certainly contributed to the island fast becoming a regional centre of excellence in ICT and financial services.

LOW CORPORATION TAX

A long-standing, full imputation tax system has existed in Malta since 1948. The rate for corporate taxation in Malta stands at 35%; however upon distribution of dividends, shareholders may qualify for a refund generally equivalent to 6/7th of the tax paid, thus resulting in a paid tax rate of 5%.

SAFE AND PLEASANT LIFESTYLE

There are many reasons why investing in Malta makes good business sense but it is not enough for the figures to add up and the stars to be aligned. In this day and age – where time, health, safety and true quality of life are precious commodities – Malta scores highly on all these aspects. Travelling distances are minimal, the healthcare facilities, which rank among the best in Europe, are first-class in both public and private hospitals and the crime rate is very low. However, the biggest selling point of the island nation is undoubtedly the lifestyle that investors and their families enjoy in the country. Indeed, those thinking of investing in Malta are highly recommended to visit the nation to explore and experience for themselves the wealth of history, culture, hospitality, bars and restaurants. That way they can also get a real taste of the flavoursome Maltese and Mediterranean cuisine that the country offers.

 

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MALTA 4 ICT business and Jobs,  Mobility crucial to solving technology-led jobs crisis

MALTA 4 ICT business and Jobs,  Mobility crucial to solving technology-led jobs crisis

Millions of jobs stand to be lost thanks to advances in technology such as robotics, artificial intelligence and 3D printing, according to the World Economic Forum (WEF), but mobility is one of the key solutions to the growing problem.

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The WEF’s Future of Jobs report, released alongside the organisation’s annual meeting in Davos, says that more than seven million jobs are at risk from redundancy, automation or disintermediation thanks to technological change.

The report, which covers 15 of the world’s largest economies including Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, South Africa, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the United States, predicts that the losses will occur by 2020.

White collar office and administrative roles will be worst hit. The losses will be offset somewhat by the creation of 2.1 million new jobs in fields such at computing, architecture and engineering.

“These predictions are likely to be relatively conservative and leave no room for complacency,” the WEF said in its announcement.

Women will fare worse than men, the WEF said. While the burden of job losses from the so-called ‘fourth industrial revolution’ will hit men and women roughly equally (52 per cent and 48 per cent respectively), the WEF adds that, “the fact that women make up a smaller share of the workforce means that today’s economic gender gap may widen even further than the current 40per cent.”

Women will lose five jobs for every job gained, compared to men losing three jobs for every job gained.

This can be partly explained by the fact that some of the roles at risk from automation and disintermediation, such as office and admin positions, are disproportianately performed by women.

Women are also under-represented in the job growth areas, however, with the lack of women in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) fields an ongoing issue.

There was some cause for optimism, though. The WEF said that “According to our survey, while traditionally employers have struggled to retain women colleagues beyond the junior level, respondents expect to see an increase of 7-9 percentage points in the share of women in mid-level positions by 2020 and an 8-13 percentage point rise in the number of senior positions being held by women as retention becomes ever more important in the face of key global talent shortages.”

The three sectors that will see the strongest increases in numbers of female workers between now and 2020 are energy (22 per cent – 30 per cent); basic industries and infrastructure (20 per cent – 27 per cent) and healthcare (41 per cent – 48 per cent).

Healthcare, however, also falls into the category of worst-hit sectors in for jobs thanks to technological disruption. The healthcare industry is likely to see the greatest negative impact in terms of jobs over the next five years, followed jointly by energy and financial services.

Unsurprisingly, the sector expected to create the most new jobs over the next five years is information and communications technology, followed by professional services and media.

“Without urgent and targeted action today to manage the near-term transition and build a workforce with futureproof skills, governments will have to cope with ever-growing unemployment and inequality, and businesses with a shrinking consumer base,” said Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum.

Supporting mobility was listed as one of the most popular practices for dealing with the huge changes. Employers also said that re-skilling workforces, job rotation, attracting female and foreign talent and offering apprenticeships were key strategies. Hiring more short-term or virtual workers are much less popular responses.

Furthermore, companies that report satisfaction in their future workforce strategy are twice as likely to be targeting female talent and significantly less likely to be planning to hire more short-term workers.

The biggest driver of change across all industries is the changing nature of work itself, specifically in terms of ‘anytime, anywhere’ work leading to companies breaking up tasks in new ways and fragmenting jobs, as well the spread of internet-based service models. The so-called ‘gig economy’ is the most visible manifestation of this change.

There are causes for optimism, however, as fields such as big data, mobile internet, robotics and the ‘Internet of Things’ create new employment opportunities. The biggest expected drivers of employment creation, however, are socio-economic and demographic. Specifically, survey respondants said that young demographics and rising middle classes in emerging markets as well as the growing economic power and aspirations of women in developing countries present opportunities for job creation.

http://www.relocatemagazine.com/articles/jan-10-19-8393-wef-mobility-crucial-to-solving-technology-led-jobs-crisis