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Reanda Malta

Reanda Malta Ltd is an accountancy firm regulated by the Malta Accountancy Board, which was established in 2016. The company is headed by 2 Directors: Robert Borg and Michelle Agius Portelli.

Our Mission

"To be a reliable advisory service provider to the local business community with the principle objective of enhancing employee skills and capabilities and to promote general community interests."

Reanda Malta Ltd.

Reanda Malta Ltd is a professional services firm focused on providing high end quality services to our clients in consultancy, advisory, tax and corporate law matters.

Behind the efficiency of any organisation lies the skills of its personnel. As the needs of each client is unique, our professionals are trained to anticipate the same and implement imaginative solutions thereby assisting in achievement of organisational goals.

The company beliefs in professional development and encourages its staff to obtain the required qualifications, needed in this field. Most of our staff is currently studying for the ACCA and other qualifications. Others have already obtained the necessary qualifications.

About Malta

Malta is the smallest Member State in the European Union and is located in the Mediterranean Sea, between Sicily and North Africa. Malta joined the European Union in 2004 and adopted the Euro currency in 2008.

Malta is one of the fastest EU Growing Economies with a very low level of unemployment.
The main contributing industries to the economy are iGaming, Financial Services, Tourism, Shipping and Real Estate.

Due to its Geographical location, friendly business environment and a country where English is well spoken, (together with other languages) Malta is well equipped to attract new Investment.
Furthermore it has an excellent telecommunications infrastructure and direct flight service to various cities in Europe.
Complementing this business environment, Malta has a robust Banking system, a well-regulated Financial and Gaming sectors, as well as a business friendly tax regime