With Guernsey closing its doors and Malta offering a good pension tax jurisdiction, it’s all go when it comes to QROPS (Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme) pensions for British expats. Malta is a leading international financial centre and very attractive as a tax jurisdiction.
In this article we look at what you need to know about Malta’s attractions – both touristic and financial.
Located off the coast off the southern coast of Sicily as shown here:
Malta ticks all the boxes when it comes to visiting or residing on the island. History, culture and a great climate collide with fantastic cuisine, stunning architecture and friendly residents.
Fantastic climate and activities
As a resident of Malta you can expect to enjoy over 300 days of sunshine every year. Your vitamin D quota will be full and you’ll be regularly tempted to swim in the azure blue and very clean waters off the many beaches.
The rugged coastlines offer a plethora of sandy beaches to enjoy picnics or a spot of snorkelling. In fact the island is a very popular diving destination and is home to plenty of interesting wrecks including submerged aircraft and ships. You’ll be able to watch octopus, seahorses and stingrays move around the interesting and