Aspects of Company Law arising in international Transactions

Course Outline

To Introduce the concepts, requirements and procedures of company law to participants, with particular emphasis on the application and operation of the law.

Who should attend?

The course will be of particular interest to staff carrying out supporting legal, administrative and finance duties relating to company law in all types of professional services and commercial firms.

Accreditation / Certification

Certificates of Attendance will be issued to participants who attend a minimum of six workshops. This course qualifies for consideration by the MFSA when establishing competence levels of staff employed by licence holders. The Malta Institute of Accountants have accredited this course with 9 hours of Structured CPE : 6 hours qualifying under Professional competency (Other Relevant Legislation) and 3 hours qualifying under Cored competency (Taxation).


Conference Hall, located on the 3rd Floor within the MFSA premises at Notabile Road, Attard.


Registration costs €200. If you are interested kindly use our online registration form.


Three workshops spread over twor weeks during November 2010 are scheduled from 15.30 hours to 18.30 hours with a 20 minute break at 16.50 hours.

Thursday, 4th November, 2010

Mr. Colm O’Connor & Dr. Anthony Cremona

Session 1: The European Dimension of Company Law

  • The Company Law Harmonisation Programme
  • Freedom of Establishment of Companies
  • The Company Law Directives
  • The SE and EEIG
  • The Company Law Action Plan

Session 2: Holding of Shares by Trustees or Fiduciaries

  • Article 127 of the Companies Act and Related Issues

Monday, 8th November, 2010

Dr. Anthony Cremona

Session 3: The International Dimension of Companies

  • Update on current Position
  • Money Laundering, Due Diligence and Compliance

Thursday, 11th November, 2010

Dr. Stephen Attard

Session 4:Taxation of Maltese Companies involved in International Transactions

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