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Malta on the frontline to benefit from managers’ exodus from London taxes

Karl Stagno-Navarra

Malta has managed to establish itself on the frontline to benefit from a reported ‘exodus’ of multi-million Hedge Funds from overtaxed London, while also attracting the interest for relocation of numerous managers. >>

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