Last Updated on July 19, 2022
The Malta Business Registry has officially become a member of the Corporate Registers Forum, an association of international corporate registries.
The aim of the Corporate Registers Forum is to provide members with the opportunity to keep abreast with the latest developments in corporate business registers internationally as well as it serves as a platform to exchange experiences and information on the present and future operation of corporate business registration systems.
The Chief Executive Officer of the Malta Business Registry Dr. Geraldine Spiteri Lucas remarked the importance of such membership that shall enhance the work done so far by the entity in enhancing transparency and the exchange of information.
‘The Malta Business Registry’s membership of the Corporate Registers Forum compliments the entity’s work in shedding light on the work done on an international spectrum. Moreover, given the changes and new practices put in place in order to ensure an up-to-date registry, the Forum shall serve as a springboard to further explain other registries the methodologies of the registry’s day-to-day operations insofar; from BO’s information when registering a company to the MBR’s Supervisory role amongst others. All this to expand our efforts in the exchange of information to ensure a registry for peace of mind for our business community and beyond’ said Dr. Spiteri Lucas.
Dr. Spiteri Lucas added that such membership shall serve as means to establish cooperation and collaboration with existing and new registries as well as boost MBR’s own international network.
Louise Smyth, President of the Corporate Registers Forum, said:
“We are hugely excited to welcome Malta Business Registry to the CRF. We have an exciting programme of events over the coming year, to enable our corporate register members across the world to come together and share best practice globally. It has never been more important to work collaboratively and we are delighted to have our friends in Malta join us in this journey.”