Malta has always been renowned as “the shining pearl” in the Mediterranean Sea. Famous for its pleasant climate and beautiful sceneries, Malta is favored by many including many famous respected politicians, stars, and tycoons who chose Malta as their ideal destination for investment.
Malta is a member of the commonwealth countries. It is becoming more and more important as the European financial center with the advantage of favorable geographic positions and low tax standards. Located in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, Malta is an important transportation hub connecting three main continents of Asia, Africa, and Europe. Malta adjusted its policy to attract investment and has gradually reformed a new financial service-oriented economy, formerly reliant on the port, and therefore it is now known as “Singapore in Europe”.
Easy Access to High-Quality Healthcare System
According to the WHO report, Malta is ranked as the fifth-best healthcare system in the world. The average life expectancy in Malta exceeds the average life expectancy in Europe. In Malta, the staff-patient ratio is 1:255. Malta is ranked second-best country for pensioners.
Access to Excellent Education
Malta has been heralded as the “high-quality European studying area” by the EU and its education quality ranks 18th globally. Malta has an authentic British education system and an all-English teaching environment, paying attention to best practices and low tuition. Public education free. The schools provide a one-year free language learning course for immigrant children in the primary stages for them to integrate into local life.
Easy Access to High Paying Jobs
The employment rate of Maltese graduates is the highest in the EU, reaching a rate of 96.9%. The Maltese government has set in place laws and regulations to protect the rights of employees. According to the latest data, the industries with the highest demand include finance, marketing, IT, and retailing.
Favorable Low Tax System
According to the corporate law of Malta, Malta provides a series of preferential policies for foreign investors, including tax deduction, corporate encouragement policies, incentive policies for developing small and medium enterprises, incentive measures for research and development, incentive measures for employment and training, favorable financing policies and so on. The Maltese government encourages foreign investment and implements very favorable enterprise taxation. Inheritance tax, net wealth tax, property tax, and donation tax are not applied in Malta.
Huge Market Capacity with High Returns
Malta is a transfer station for Mediterranean trading. Due to its convenient location, the corporations can hugely cut down their transfer costs. Many world-famous companies such as Microsoft, Mercedes-Benz, and BMW have established branches in Malta.