The Office of the Commissioner for Revenue (“the CfR”) notifies that companies and self-employed persons whose turnover has been affected negatively as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic may submit their application to defer eligible taxes to the 15th of May 2022.
In March 2021, the Malta Financial Services Authority (“MFSA”) published the Company Service Providers (“CSP”) Rulebook (“Rulebook”), which was published pursuant to Article 8 of the Company Service Providers Act, Chapter 529 of the Laws of Malta.
There is a constant obligation on all of us to do the right thing in a society where we are faced with continuous issues relating to corruption, fraud, and general wrongdoings. But are we comfortable reporting these types of misconduct?
The Whistleblowing Protection Directive has entered into force and will be implemented to ensure that reporting persons, also known as whistleblowers, will have proper protection when reporting possible and actual breaches (disclosures) to the appropriate individuals, as previously discussed
As per our previous posts, which can be accessed here, the Whistleblowing Protection Directive states that a protected disclosure is made if a reporting person reports a breach where he or she has reasonable grounds