The state of Malta consists of a group of islands located in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea.
Malta is a parliamentary republic with a stable political environment, a strong economy, and a warm Mediterranean climate with an enviable 300 days of annual sunshine. The country has been a member of the European Union since 2014 and a member of the Schengen area since 2017.
Malta boasts high levels of safety and security, and is ranked as the world’s second safest country by the World Risk Report. Citizens of Malta enjoy a clean environment and a highly developed infrastructure that includes excellent education, and a healthcare system ranked as one of the world’s best by the World Health Organization.
The robust Maltese economy boasts one of the lowest unemployment rates in Europe, and since 2015, Malta holds an “A” credit rating from Fitch.
With these attractive credentials, Malta is increasingly identified as one of the top three financial centers worldwide, and is today ranked as a highly attractive countries for financial center relocation.