The Malta Institute of Management will organise on 9th June the MIM Yacht & Super Yacht Symposium in Malta. Focused on the maritime sector, the symposium will offer a complete overview of the recent challenges and developments in the Industry.
As an active member in the European Management Association, the Malta Institute of Management was founded in Malta in 1964 and has long been a pioneer in the management development field in the Island. It runs a wide range of management education and training programmes at different academic levels and of varying duration.
Client Services Manager, Samantha Snow, will be amongst those who will take part in the MIM Yacht & Super Yacht Symposium. Collectively with a number of other private individuals and companies, Samantha will represent Abacus at this conference on the Maltese yachting industry’s calendar.
Malta is recognised as a secure, competent and profitable centre for yacht owners and the industry is becoming ever more aware of the advantageous tax regime and beneficial VAT arrangements available to them there.
Abacus Malta holds significant experience having been registering yachts on the Island for a number of years, which together with its facilities to manage vessels in a well-respected and progressive international financial centre, positions Malta at the forefront of yacht registration and yacht management.
As well as the Isle of Man office, Abacus Malta office offers a wide range of financial and fiduciary services to a global client base. The knowledge and experience in the Industry held by Malta service providers such as Abacus fits the exacting requirements of yachting clients to be fully understood and the necessary solutions supplied whilst maintaining a service of high quality and professionalism that clients associate with Malta as a yachting jurisdiction.