One of the legal requirements to register company in Malta is to have a registered office address where a company will hold statutory documents (the very minimum a number of documents includes incorporation papers, share registers and share certificates, annual accounts and dividend warrants) and where all legal notices will be securely delivered to.
Having a registered office address in Malta ensures that the Maltese company has enough substance to prove that business decisions are being made locally.
The office can be different from where the trading and business operations address may be.
A registered office may be done at the office of a local firm of lawyers, accountants or other providers which authorised by the MFSA to provide corporate services in Malta.
Griffiths + Associates offers its premises as a registered office space in Malta to our clients – having a registered office as opposed to office space will not only meet the legal requirements, but also reduce the overheads of office space when incorporating the company.
Alternatively, if our clients have any other specific requirements, through our various contacts with the leading Maltese property agents, we may help you in identifying the necessary office space you require and assist you in the eventual rental agreements.