RSM Malta
27 September 2018

Better late than never, but watch out!!

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) EU 2016/679 came into full force earlier this year - 25th May 2018. Since being published in the Official Journal of the European Union, back in May of 2016, a lot has been done by industries and...
14 August 2018

Prevention of Money Laundering

As a European Union member state, Malta has implemented all EU Directives regulating the prevention of money laundering.

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2 August 2018

New Gaming Act Comes Into Force

The new Gaming Act, approved by Maltese Parliament on 8 March 2018, together with the subsidiary legislation and Authority-issued binding instruments which establish the detailed processes and procedures constituting the holistic regulatory...
27 July 2018

New Gaming Framework Directives

On 20 July 2018, the Regulations which, together with the new Gaming Act (Cap. 583 of the Laws of Malta) form the new gaming regulatory framework were published in the Government Gazette of Malta, Number 20,028, as Legal Notices 242-249 of 2018.
20 July 2018

FIAU issues the AML Implementing Procedures – Part II addressed to the Remote Gaming Sector

On the 19th July, the Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit (FIAU) issued specific Implementing Procedures applicable to Remote Gaming Operators (licensees), which addresses the applicability of the risk based approach
4 July 2018

Blockchain: Regulatory framework for DLT approved by Maltese Parliament

The Maltese Parliament approved laws to regulate DLT based innovations on the 4th of July.
30 April 2018

RSM Malta publishes the 2017 Transparency Report

Access the 2017 Transparency Report through this link
16 April 2018

New EU Funds For Research and Development for Businesses Launched

The Measures and Support Division (MSD) within the Ministry for European Affairs and Implementation of the Electoral Manifesto have just launched the following RD&I funding calls aimed at supporting enterprises through the provision of a non-...
16 April 2018

Upcoming Changes With Respect To Affecting Vat And Income Tax Payments

The customer care service of the Office of the Commissioner for Revenue has moved to Business 1st, Centru Joseph Grech, 2nd Floor, Cobalt House, Notabile Road, Mriehel BKR 3000. Cheques should now be made payable to Maltapost and if sent by post,...

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