The Republic of Malta is formed of several islands in the Mediterranean, just south of Sicily and within 300km of the North African coast.
Malta is the largest of the Maltese islands, with Gozo and Comino next in line in terms of size.
For many years now British expatriates have been moving to Malta for the pleasant pace of life, the favourable climate and the wide range of outdoor pursuits.
Of course, it helps that Malta is picturesque, with beautiful beaches, clear blue waters and some of the best seafood in the world.
In fact, because of its historic status as a trading port, Malta has been a popular expatriate destination for thousands of years, with the Phoenicians, Romans, Greeks and Italians all making Malta a prime expat destination long before their modern UK counterparts.
Although Malta is a member of the EU, the United Nations and the Council of Europe the importance of knowledgeable tax, inheritance, pensions and financial planning advice cannot be overstated for the expat in Malta.
For example, making the most of the tax incentives in place for High Net Worth Individuals residing in Malta may make a significant difference to your finances, while considering all your options in regard to QROPS and QNUPS pensions transfers is essential for ensuring good wealth management.
Based in Birkirkara, close to the University of Malta, our experts are committed to helping you achieve your objectives, ensuring you take the necessary steps towards securing a better financial future today.
Call us on +356 2144 5206, fill out our contact form above, or visit our office for more information and advice today.
Find out more in our video below: Mark Hollingsworth explains how Blacktower can help expats with their financial planning in Malta.