“Malta’s maritime sector provides about 23,000 jobs, accounting for some 15% of the GDP and that excludes maritime sport and tourism,” Dr Joe Borg.

9/12/2019 NEWS Banks continue to support the financing of the Maltese economy

In 2018, the core domestic banks saw an increase in assets, customer deposits as well as loans and advances to customers and it is

New conference to take the mystery out of Blockchain and AI

Parliamentary secretary for Financial Services, Digital Economy and Innovation Silvio Schembri attended the Ministerial meeting of the fourth International Space Forum in Reggio Calabria. The aim of the forum is to encourage a global discussion on the...

IFS-Malta Committee member, Peter Calleya, has been re-elected to the board of directors and Executive Committee of the Brussels-based European Banking and Financial Services Training Association (EBTN) for the period 2020-2022.

The Maltese economy grew by 4.7% during the first half of this year, sustaining the growth momentum recorded in the last five years. Nominal GDP grew by 7.3%. Growth in the first half of 2019 reflected a 5.4% growth in the first quarter and a 4%...

9/12/2019 NEWS New conference to take the mystery out of Blockchain and AI

A conference organised by Working Town Events on 10th and 11th October promises to explore the worlds of Blockchain and

Getting a residency in another country is difficult, right? Not if you have plenty of cash... In fact, if you have plenty of money behind you, you may just be able to get residency (and even citizenship) in a number of countries around the world for...