The IFSM will potentially lead to the internationalisation of the Malta Stock Exchange and the attraction to Malta of even more world recognised and established brands that operate in the financial services sector.
Moody's annual update on Malta's credit rating is now published, it highlights that although Malta has favourable economic prospects and robust growth, the fiscal accounts of the government with a public debt to GDP ratio above the A-rated median continues to constrain an improved rating.
The Malta Stock Exchange (MSE) is hoping to attract iGaming companies to go public in Malta instead of Stockholm, London or Frankfurt and has invited the iGaming community to explore the regulatory, tax and financing aspects of listing and raising capital in Malta.
Standard & Poor's reaffirmed Malta's stable outlook and its A-/A-2 rating, citing Malta's robust growth as a primary factor. Minister for Finance Prof. Edward Scicluna welcomed the rating and highlighted that Malta's economic expansion is among the strongest in the Eurozone.