Tailor-made Legal Practice
based in Malta

Personal attention is one of our hallmarks.
You are not a number for us but someone we would like to
establish a relationship with.

About us

By choice, we are a small law office. This allows us to be responsive and efficient because we know that you would like to hear from us in the shortest time possible. We are approachable and not bureaucratic.

We believe in innovative thinking because we understand that legal issues can be addressed and resolved in a number of ways. We do not work with forms and templates but for us each project is different from the other. We want you to have a tailor-made solution rather than an off-the-shelf product.

Whether you are an individual client establishing a small company or a multinational forex broker, we promise the same level of dedication by our professionals. We believe in opportunities and in giving everyone the same treatment.

van Cutsem Wittamer Marnef & Partners​

News

We strive to bring you the latest updates relating to
developments in our practice areas.

Revisions to the Loan Funds Regime

On the 10th November 2020, the Malta Financial Services Authority (the “MFSA”) issued a circular informing the industry on the revisions made to the Loan Funds Rules, that shall apply as from the date of the issued circular. The new rules shal

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Amendments to the Company Service Providers Act

On the 13th October 2020, the Parliament of Malta sat for the second reading of the Company Service Providers (Amendment) Bill  (the “Bill”) which is to effect the amendments envisaged by the Malta Financial Services Authority in its feedback

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The European Commission’s Digital Finance Package

On the 24th September 2020,  the European Commission (“EC”) issued its digital finance package consisting of a digital finance strategy and regulatory suggestions on crypto-assets and digital resilience in order to push for a competitive EU f

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ESMA’s Report on the Market Abuse Regulation

On the 24th September 2020 the European Securities and Markets Authority (“ESMA”) published a report containing its review on the appropriateness of the Market Abuse Regulation (“MAR”). The report has concluded that, in general the MAR has

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The Effect of Brexit on Information Society Services

On the 2nd September 2020, the Malta Financial Services Authority (“MFSA”) issued a Circular outlining the effect of Brexit on the applicability of Directive 2000/31/EC (the “Directive”) which covers a broad range of online activities. The

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