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Italy’s Conte Government’s First Decree – Decreto Dignità

The Italian government has released its Decreto Dignità indicating the changes to be introduced by the new government in relation to employment, taxation and operating procedures for businesses.

By | July 3rd, 2018|Corporate, Economics|Comments Off on Italy’s Conte Government’s First Decree – Decreto Dignità

Equinox Advisory To Support The SiGMA iGaming Summit In Malta

Equinox Advisory announces its support for the 2014 edition of the Summit of iGaming in Malta, SiGMA, planned between October 31st and November 1st, 2014.

By | October 6th, 2014|All Articles, Corporate, Economics, Legal|Comments Off on Equinox Advisory To Support The SiGMA iGaming Summit In Malta

Equinox Advisory Features in the Finance Monthly Magazine

This month, Equinox Advisory has featured on the finance Monthly magazine. The Magazine has invited Equinox Advisory CEO to reply to a number of questions allowing cross-comparability of the jurisdictions surveyed this month. Over the past months and years, Malta has managed to consistently outperform its international competitors in business-friendliness and in terms of [...]

By | April 29th, 2014|All Articles, Corporate, Economics, Legal, Technology|Comments Off on Equinox Advisory Features in the Finance Monthly Magazine

Telecoms Market Prepares For The End Of EU Roaming Charges

The European Parliament’s ITRE Committee voted in favour of the Telecoms Single Market Regulation as proposed by the European Commission in September 2013. The Telecoms Regulation aims to bring European citizens closer to a single market for telecoms in the EU through the abolition of roaming within the internal market.

By | March 19th, 2014|All Articles, Economics, Legal, Technology|Comments Off on Telecoms Market Prepares For The End Of EU Roaming Charges

Competition Policy Investigation Looms Over Maltese Banks

DG ECFIN claimed that findings of a healthier economy in Malta were accompanied by “indications of anti-competitive behavior” in the core banking segment. This is evident, according to the DG, when one looks at the interest rates being charged on loans.

By | March 10th, 2014|All Articles, Economics, Legal|Comments Off on Competition Policy Investigation Looms Over Maltese Banks

EC Studies The Competition Economics Of Pay-TV Service Restrictions

The European Commission (EC) has initiated antitrust proceedings to investigate the provisions in licensing agreements among major US film studios and the largest European pay-TV broadcasters.

By | January 14th, 2014|All Articles, Economics, Legal|Comments Off on EC Studies The Competition Economics Of Pay-TV Service Restrictions

Equinox Advisory Becomes A Global Consulting Network Member

Equinox Advisory Ltd. has announced that it has become a Global Consulting Network (GCN) Member. Equinox Advisory Ltd.’s CEO, Bernard Mallia, remarked that this was the next big step in Equinox Advisory’s strategy to increase its worldwide outreach and to increase its momentum in its provision of corporate services. According a statement issued on [...]

By | December 8th, 2013|All Articles, Corporate, Economics, Legal, Technology|Comments Off on Equinox Advisory Becomes A Global Consulting Network Member

Malta’s Financial Institutions Resist Interest Rate Cuts

Malta’s Financial Institutions (notably commercial banks) have always resisted interest rate cuts. When the European Central Bank (ECB) decided to slash its base interest rate by 25 basis points to a record low of 0.75 %, a move aimed at reflating a Eurozone economy bogged down by a government debt crisis and an even [...]

By | June 8th, 2012|All Articles, Economics|Comments Off on Malta’s Financial Institutions Resist Interest Rate Cuts