Any business or corporate body established outside of Malta is entitled to conduct business using a branch in Malta. This branch must conduct the same activities as its parent company and observe our local rules for taxation and annual financial obligation. Setting up a company branch in Malta offers numerous advantages to overseas companies in Malta, eliminating equity and registration costs, whilst benefiting from favourable tax conditions on the island. Such a company can benefit from our islands political stability, skilled labour force, infrastructure and more. A branch of a company in Malta is not considered a tax resident as it is managed overses.
The overseas company is obliged to register with the Malta Registry of Companies within thirty days of its establishment locally and SA Consult can assist with all stages of the application process. The overseas company must also register the company's balance sheet, profit and loss and audited statements as well as any article or memorandum changes.