Investment Aid Tax Credits are intended to sustain the regional industrial and economic development of Malta. This measure facilitates initial investments by encouraging the setting up of new establishments and the expansion and development of existing businesses.
In order to help our clients further improve their competitive edge, Malta Enterprise has developed various incentives for the promotion and expansion of industry and the development of innovative enterprises.
Malta Enterprise provides incentives for enterprises demonstrating commitment towards growth, an increase in value added and employment. Enterprises engaged in manufacturing, ICT development activities, call centers, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, aviation and maritime services, education and training, logistics and more may benefit from these incentives.
This incentive measure allows companies to claim tax credits on costs incurred directly or indirectly in carrying out an R&D project or projects relevant to the company’s trade. Eligible projects should seek to achieve an advance in a field of science or technology through the resolution of scientific or technological uncertainty.
The Business Development & Continuity Scheme is intended to facilitate value added projects that are expected to contribute to the regional development of Malta and to support existing undertakings sustain operations during restructuring.
The aim of this measure is to finance innovative undertakings in their early stages of development by supporting Small Start-up Undertakings that demonstrate a viable business concept in the setting-up and initial growth phases.
The Business Advisory Services provide business undertakings operating in Malta with advisory services that suit their specific requirements.
Soft Loans support enterprises through loans at low interest rates for part financing investments in qualifying expenditure.
This scheme is aimed at assisting small business activities with industrial space.
The scope of this scheme is to assist hospitality and catering establishments that engaging a chef to support in capacity building, innovation, and in the development the operations. Undertakings (including self-employed operators) will be supported through a tax credit representing a percentage of the eligible expenditure and wages of the international experienced chefs.
Loan Interest Rate Subsidies to support new investment projects undertaken by enterprises engaged in manufacturing.
Limited availability of funds many times prohibits small business from carrying out new investment projects and may consequently lead to the loss of business opportunities. The Micro Guarantee Scheme has the objective to accelerate growth by facilitating access to debt finance for smaller business undertakings.
This scheme supports small undertakings engaged in manufacturing activities that require industrial space as a temporary, or permanent solution.