Malta is the only jurisdiction that can provide a robust financing structure (in terms of legal certainty) for maritime assets and those shipping groups that may be looking towards the capital markets would do well to consider securitisation as a potential option.
The Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) was introduced in 2013. The aim of the Directive is to regulate the provision of fund management services by fund managers to alternative investment funds. As such, it also introduces rules on the marketing of AIFs in the European Union. Malta, being a member of the EU, has fully transposed and implemented the AIFMD which has formed part of Maltese law for over three years.
In recent years Malta has continued to evolve into an ever-stronger and robust financial domicile, attracting financiers and investors alike This has been catapulted further by the island’s alluring and favourable tax schemes coupled by new approaches to fund management and investment schemes in its on-going determination to find innovative means to find dynamic, business-friendly solutions for business people.
In line with the Irish QIAIF and the RAIF within the Lux Rule books, Malta has now the Notified AIF (“NAIF”) regime in terms of the Investment Services Act (List of Notified AIFs) Regulations 2016. Such structure will make it easier for fund promoters to launch their investment vehicle as the timing to market is limited to 10 working days, i.e. the period required by the MFSA to include the AIF in the List of Notified AIFs. Needless to say, such period is subject to the completeness of the notification pack as required by the Authority.
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