The Maltese archipelago is situated in the heart of the Mediterranean. The ideal geographic location is an efficient point for international business networking.
At the crossroads between Europe and Africa, Malta provides a meeting point for cultures and languages at the middle of the Mediterranean.This is further complemented with excellent flight connections. The national airline together with various international carriers operate regular flights to numerous European and North African destinations.
The island offers a multilingual service since most of the population apart from speaking the native Maltese language they are also able to speak English and Italian fluently. The Maltese have a high regard for education with 60% of students completing their tertiary level of education.
Professional fees in Malta, including trust management fees, legal fees and audit fees, are also significantly lower than other jurisdictions while the international reputation of the island’s professional classes is internationally renowned to be excellent. The financial Sector is diversified and includes some 24 banks, around 400 funds, over 50 insurance operations and 70 trustee services companies.