Described as one of  the best places  to reside worldwide,  Malta is reputed  to be an ideal choice for  prospective investors  seeking to do business  in the European Union  (EU). The island  has been a  member state  of the European  Union  since 2004  and was  admitted to  the United  Nations in 1964.  Malta lies at the centre of the  Mediterranean, 288 km north of  Africa and 93 km south of Sicily.  Boasting political stability, a sound  banking system and a very low  crime rate, Malta is an ideal European  financial hub with strong connections  in both North Africa and the  Middle East.  Malta also boasts a strong presence  of foreign direct investment  (FDI) thanks to its efforts in creating  an ideal environment for foreign  investors
Why Do Expats Enjoy  Malta?

Since joining the EU in 2004 and  the Schengen area in 2007, there  are currently over 21,000 foreigners,  which make up around 5% of the  total population, living in Malta.• The island offers the possibility  of residency programmes to foreign  individuals seeking to reside  in the EU and/or travel freely in  the Schengen Area.  • The island’s short distances  between destinations saves commuting  time.  • Over 300 days of sunshine per  year and crystal clear sea.  • English is a national language  with Maltese, and is spread all  over the island.  • Friendly and hospitable population.  • Low crime rate.  • Low cost of living when compared  with other EU countries  • Excellent medical services,  with a government hospital and  several private clinics around the  island  • An enviable social life catering  for all ages, with bars and  restaurants to suit all budgets and  tastes. Rich culture, and several  ongoing events like big concerts  and outdoor festivals  • A wide variety of property for  buying or rent  • A respected university and also  above UK-average schooling in  English-speaking schools

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“Boasting political stability, a sound  banking system and a very low  crime rate, Malta is an ideal European  financial hub”


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