Each company in Malta must have a registered office in Malta. This could be in the office of a local firm of lawyers, accountants, or other corporate services providers. The Registrar of Companies should always be notified of any change in the registered office of the company. A Maltese company must have its own registered office in Malta, regardless of where the company’s business has gone. You need to understand the Malta Company Registry requirements first.
The Registered Office of the Company should always be an effective address for providing documents to its officers/shareholders. As required by law, a Maltese company is required to have its registered office located in Malta, regardless of where the company’s business has gone. The Registered Office of the Company should always be an effective address for providing documents to its officers/shareholders. It is also essential to know where the company includes copies of documents, entries, and annual accounts. Having a fixed address can be a daunting task for companies based in Malta, especially those who want to start small. An essential part of running an enterprise is indeed the cost of indeed premises. So, companies offer the facility of a registered address, which is an easy way to have a legal presence in Malta, without any short and long term expensive arrangements.
There are companies that offer our clients the use of their premises as their registered office. Also, when it comes to meetings and discussions, we provide on-site boardroom facilities to ensure that you can meet in a comfortable, professional environment conducive to a successful deal. Is suitable if more comprehensive services are needed, they can also provide an office space with a service located in a critical location, which will include facilities that meet the needs of all businesses.