Maltese banks ‘significantly more exposed’ to climate change risks – European Central Bank

September 23, 2021
by Robert Fenech

The ECB’s first climate stress test argues that an earlier shift to green energy pays off in the long run

Malta current account deficit balloons by €55 million to reach €382 million in June 2021

September 22, 2021
by Helena Grech

COVID aid measures and lower revenue continue to bite

How much Maltese Government debt is in the hands of the European Central Bank?

September 17, 2021
by Robert Fenech

Central Bank governor Edward Scicluna explains

Treasury announces up to €220 million in new Government Stock

September 14, 2021
by Robert Fenech

Much of the pandemic recovery relies on debt

European Central Bank to slow down emergency bond buying programme as it postpones key decision

September 10, 2021
by Robert Fenech

Scene is set for a contentious December meeting

El Salvador endures rocky first day of Bitcoin as legal tender

September 9, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

The first day of Bitcoin in the country saw street protests, fluctuating prices and technological problems

Malta’s banks to enjoy ‘more level playing field’ after Basel III reforms, says Central Bank governor

September 9, 2021
by Robert Fenech

'All Maltese banks use the standardised model, so transition costs will be low'

Central banks of 20 member states, including Malta, sound warning to EU Commission

September 7, 2021
by Robert Fenech

‘Implementation should adhere to both the letter and the spirit of the Basel III agreement’

Malta’s 2022 Budget: Who’s asking for what?

September 6, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

With just over a month to go till the Budget 2022 announcement, business interest groups begin to reveal their proposals

EU’s leading banks store €20bn annually in ‘tax havens’ including Malta – analysts

September 6, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

The figures lend fuel to calls for action on aggressive tax planning by multinational corporations

Pilatus Bank, director arraigned as parent company files dispute against ‘corrupt Government officials’

September 2, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

The bank's former MLRO Claude-Ann Sant Fournier has been charged with money laundering offences

Bank of Valletta confirms remaining 15% of its active loan moratoria related to businesses in tourism sector

September 1, 2021
by Helena Grech

Central Bank of Malta confirms by end June 2021, only 214 loans were subject to a moratorium on repayments

PM confirms budget will be released on October 11th

August 30, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

Details on its content remain scant, but the Government has been urged to taper off its COVID aid spending

Government records deficit of €882.5 million by end July 2021

August 27, 2021
by Helena Grech

Recurrent revenue increased year-on-year by 24%, while expenditure increased by 11%

Brexit and COVID-19 behind rising cost of living says Finance Minister Clyde Caruana

August 25, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

Pandemic-related disruptions and Brexit-related inflation has seen prices for some goods rise