Former MFSA CEO Joseph Cuschieri gave no handover ‘given circumstances’
While much is being said about the extraordinary €11,000-a-month
Repubblika wants answers on false testimony, missing documents
Civil society action group Repubblika wants answers from the
Repubblika demands action after ex-MFSA officials ‘hid Pilatus documents’
Updated to include Repubblika’s information exculpating two MFSA officials named
Retired MFSA chief still receiving €11,000 a month for reasons unexplained
Finance Minister Clyde Caruana is refusing to explain why
John Dalli tied to Ponzi scheme MFSA warns is ‘of dubious nature’
The Malta Financial Services Authority’s recent warning about an
President’s granddaughter made government consultant
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti Katrina Cuschieri, the 23-year-old
BOV chairman’s companies raked in €1.4 million in government consultancy contracts since 2013
Tista’ taqra l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. The companies partially owned
Post-Deiulemar BOV share price: Was there an attempt at market manipulation?
An op-ed by a leading financial analyst in Malta.
Grey list woes – FATF assessors won’t only be looking at bank transfers and box ticking
Are you one of the many Maltese people finding
Planning board member doubles as director of sales for Exante
A member of the Planning Authority’s (PA) planning board
Web of companies linked to Exante still operating through Malta in spite of Russia’s blacklisting
An investigation by The Shift has confirmed that a
Four years after promised divestment, passports fund retains majority share of Lombard Bank
Malta’s passports fund, known formally as the National Development
Our regulators: men of straw
Guest post by financial services practitioner Paul Bonello On
‘I would definitely not go to a greylisted jurisdiction’ – MFSA chief
The top official of Malta’s financial regulator (MFSA) told
Transport Minister Ian Borg keeps disgraced former MFSA boss on board
Transport Minister Ian Borg has decided to retain disgraced
Trillion-dollar hedge fund administrator Citco among 21 finance firms to surrender licences since early September
Citco, an international hedge fund administrator  which oversees around
MFSA offers secret deals on non-compliance offences to select companies, individuals
Since 2014, the Malta Financial Services Authority has been
24 financial services companies surrender licences since greylisting
Twenty-four financial services companies have voluntarily handed back their
Expanded list of Maltese PEPs extends scrutiny to much larger pool of connections
The conduct of the personal financial affairs of many
MFSA annual report suggests panic ahead of impending Moneyval audit
The MFSA underwent a frantic year in 2020 attempting
The watchdogs that didn’t bark
If the FATF had any doubts about the need
The lonely pariah
There are moments still, that one has to shake
PwC drops ethical concerns as prospect of Pilatus Bank funds looms
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), one of the major ‘big four’ audit

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