Thank you for visiting our website. Gonzi and Associates, Advocates is an established law firm with its offices in Valletta, Malta specialising in the sectors of gaming law, telecoms law, financial services law, shipping and offshore law, corporate and tax law. We have assisted various companies with acquiring licenses in Malta for investment services, financial institutions, online forex/ binary options, emoney, payment services, funds and collective investment schemes and gaming.
In addition, we provide a one stop shop for all legal, accounting and business consultancy services required including company incorporation in Malta and corporate services.
Gonzi & Associates has exclusive alliances with Thomson Wilks Attorneys, a South African law firm which engages in legal practice in South Africa, China, Mauritius and Dubai as well as with Shanda Consult a licenced company service provider operating within the Republic of Cyprus. This network allows us to provide a global service to our clients in the areas of legal expertise for which our firm is renowned.
Contact us for a free initial assessment as to how we can assist you better service your requirements and further your business.
Our lawyers and professionals are specialised in each of their particular fields allowing us to provide you with reliable, experience based legal advice. We pride ourselves on offering particular value to clients in our ability to offer a highly personalised legal service tailor-made to the your business requirements.
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