CSB Group contributes to GLI company tax 2021 – taxes


CSB Group contributes to GLI corporation tax 2021

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CSB Group is proud to be the exclusive contributor to the Malta Chapter on Corporate Tax 2021 – the 9th edition published by Global Legal Insights in partnership with Gibson Dunn. The Malta Chapter was written by two of the CSB Group’s leading tax experts, Malcolm Ferrante – Senior Manager Business Development and Franklin Cachia – Senior Manager Tax and Regulated Industries.

As part of a series that Global Legal Insights publishes annually, this highly researched tax publication offers readers expert analysis of current legal issues as well as economic and political developments from the eyes of the world’s leading regulatory advisors.

The expert tax analysis prepared by the Group’s tax team provides its readers with an overview of corporate tax work over the past year, the most important developments currently affecting corporate tax law and practice, the tax climate in Malta, factors that make Malta attractive as a holding company jurisdiction and outlook for the coming year.

You are cordially invited to read the Malta chapter, first published in GLI – Corporate Tax 2021, by visiting www.globallegalinsights.com

The CSB Group is a leading corporate service provider in Malta, founded in 1987. His strong track record lies in his ability to provide personalized services, respond to customer inquiries and be reliable. Our trusted and respected team of consultants specializes in each of its various corporate and regulatory areas.

Our tax team understands that tax planning can be complex if the necessary guidance is not provided. By offering the best advice to both private individuals and companies, we ensure that our customers have the most efficient tax structure and are always tax and sales tax compliant. Additionally, our tax services are complemented by a range of corporate services, including business formation, accounting, licensing of regulated industries, advice on regulatory compliance, and more.

The content of this article is intended to provide general guidance on the subject. Expert advice should be sought regarding your specific circumstances.


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