MFSA issues warning on Lor Service Libre
The Malta Financial Service Authority (“MFSA”) has become aware of an entity by the name of Lor Service Libre which is promoting the provision of loan services via...
Maltese prefer low-cost travel
Figures from the National Statistics Office show that Maltese travelling abroad between January and June spent €244.6 million
Whizascoot escooter sharing service makes getting from A to B a breeze

Whizascoot – which takes its name from the Maltese term for lizard, wiżgħa – launched earlier this year, and allows its users to conveniently...

Whizascoot – which takes its name from the Maltese...

Government to issue details about post-Brexit plan once situation less fluid

Edward Zammit Lewis told Business Today, the government is waiting for the opportune moment to issue more information on the preparations Malta is undertaking...

Edward Zammit Lewis told Business Today, the government is...

Italy ‘unlikely’ to change migration policy even with new government

Economist Lawrence Zammit says coalition between Five Star Movement and Democratic Party most likely outcome for Italy

Economist Lawrence Zammit says coalition between Five Star...

Why business English skills are the gateway to success

Whether it’s about closing sales, persuading people or leading your...

Whether it’s about closing sales, persuading people...

Over 120 industry players participate in workshop on MFSA’s proposed Regulatory Sandbox

As part of the MFSA’s efforts to engage with its stakeholders more effectively and encourage FinTech innovation, a consultation workshop was held by...

As part of the MFSA’s efforts to engage with its...

When will Google and Amazon move into funds space?

China is set to become the second-largest region for asset management, ahead of...

China is set to become the second-largest region for asset...

Lloyds profits fall 7% as bank reveals more PPI pain

Lloyds Banking Group has reported a 7% fall in half-year pre-tax profits as its...

Lloyds Banking Group has reported a 7% fall in half-year...

Planning Authority turns down application for new petrol station in Attard

The Planning Board has refused a planning application for the construction of a new fuel service station with ancillary services along Triq l-Imdina, in Attard.

The Planning Board has refused a planning application for...

Vodafone to use Malta as a test bed for new technologies

A Memorandum of Understanding signed between the government and Vodafone will...

A Memorandum of Understanding signed between the government...

Melita launches Business Stars mobile plans

Melita has launched Business Stars, ultra-flexible mobile plans which start...

Melita has launched Business Stars, ultra-flexible mobile...

Project Over 40,000 pupils reached every scholastic year

The 5th edition of the BeSmartOnline! project which focuses on the safer use of...

The 5th edition of the BeSmartOnline! project which focuses...

McDonald’s removes plastic lid from McFlurry packaging

Customers reduced plastic straw use by 35% in first six months of 2019

Customers reduced plastic straw use by 35% in first six...

Strong first half 2019 results reported by APS Bank

APS Bank has announced a strong operating performance at both Group and Bank...

APS Bank has announced a strong operating performance at...

Maltese church’s growing salary bill puts archdiocese in deficit

Salaries for Maltese church’s 1,200 employees climb to €25.7 million...

Salaries for Maltese church’s 1,200 employees climb...

[WATCH Chamber takes issue with Authority’s power to enter private residences

Chamber of Commerce takes issue with power of Housing Authority to access private residences being rented out, under proposed amendments to rent law

Chamber of Commerce takes issue with power of Housing...

[WATCH] End of super profits, BOV chief warns

Prudence is Bank of Valletta’s watchword as bank announces de-risking...

Prudence is Bank of Valletta’s watchword as bank...

Cool... the first on-demand ride-pooling service in Malta

Cool is the first on-demand ride-pooling service in Malta, offering passengers...

Cool is the first on-demand ride-pooling service in Malta,...

Facebook agrees to pay $5bn fine to settle allegations over users’ privacy

Facebook has agreed to pay $5bn (£4bn) as part of a settlement over allegations it mishandled users’ privacy, according to two people briefed on...

Facebook has agreed to pay $5bn (£4bn) as part of a...