Malta Chamber of SMEs members meet new transport Minister Aaron Farrugia
12 May 2022
Malta Chamber of SMEs officials and its members led by President Paul Abela, Vice-President Michael...
Recently, MBR published a notice on the changes coming into force through amendments to the company Act.
The Registrar of Companies are reminding business owners that some of the Amendments to the Companies Act (Act LX of 2021) are in force, primarily the provisions related to the use of digital tools and processes as well as the appointment and the holding of the office of directors.
More specifically, the following have been highlighted:
Further detailed information can be obtained from the notice issued by the Malta Business Registry at https://mbr.mt/2022/01/28/legislative-amendments-introduced-by-act-lx-of-2021/ and in the case of difficulty you can contact MBR’s Legal and Enforcement Unit on .
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