As a non-resident shareholder you have decided to close your Maltese company and put it into liquidation. It could be you no longer need your Maltese company or that the purpose for your Maltese company being opened has now been completed or changed. Perhaps financially it doesn’t make sense to maintain a Maltese company or maybe you have simply decided to retire.
Whatever the reason, there are rules and procedures to be followed before you can successfully close and liquidate your company in Malta.
By keeping things simple and easy, and ensuring everything goes as quickly and as efficiently as is possible, we will help you to close your company. After all, our mantra is quick, simple and easy.
Based on our experience, most non-resident shareholders ask for a voluntary liquidation of their Maltese company for the reasons stated above. To do so, the shareholders must pass a resolution to liquidate the company. Thereafter the process is relatively straightforward provided the rules and procedures are adhered to.
We will appoint an auditor for you and in turn the appointment of someone to liquidate the company. We will work with you throughout the whole liquidation process.
With everything done correctly and all the required paperwork presented on time and with no complications you should expect company closure in around three to four months. The actual process includes the following:
Let us help you close your Maltese company. We will guide you through the procedures and work closely with you to ensure liquidation is stress free and completed as quickly as possible.
We open your company in Malta in 2 to 5 working days.
We keep things simple so you understand the process.
We are easy to deal with and always available for you.