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Sailing and Yachting
Malta is currently the holder of the largest maritime flag in Europe and the sixth largest in the world. Its sound yet constantly evolving legislative and regulatory framework in this sector, coupled with EU Membership, the strategic location in the Mediterranean Sea and other factors have all contributed to this success.
Real Estate and Construction
The Real Estate and Construction Industry in Malta is one of the fastest-growing sectors, and it shows no signs of slowing down. The construction sector currently consists of approximately 5,000 enterprises, directly employing around 13,000 individuals excluding architects, engineers and manufacturers involved in the construction sector.
The Financial Services Industry in Malta is one of the biggest contributors to the island’s economy. Additionally, the industry is backed by a strong regulatory and legislative framework that makes Malta one of Europe’s most prominent hubs for financial services.
The Tourism, Leisure and Hospitality industry in Malta was one of the first sectors to experience significant growth, and it continues to be one of the largest contributors to the island’s economy. The Maltese Islands have proven to be a highly sought after destination for leisure and corporate tourism, resulting in the establishment of many hotels, destination management companies and other service providers within the tourism industry.
The Manufacturing industry is a significant contributor to Malta’s economy. This industry is also one of the main sources of employment across a range of sectors, including technology, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and food.
Each family-owned business faces a set of unique challenges, but also benefits from their unique strengths. Values play a pivotal role in maintaining a family business, and generational transitions can be difficult to navigate at times.
Malta’s reputation as a hub for financial services in Europe has led to many investors looking for opportunities within the country. As investors seek sustainable long-term investment returns, more focus is being placed on alternative asset classes in which Malta has much to offer.