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Opening a e-money account is easy: with Malta Business Pay

Anche a Malta la soluzione per attivare un conto in maniera facile, veloce e sicura è a portata di mano

Among the many positive aspects of Malta that we highlight day by day, a critical issue emerges tha up to now has represented an obstacle for those who want to do business and work in th archipelago: the difficulty of opening a bank account. To fill this gap, the team of Malta Business ha worked on the development of a new service that we are pleased to launch today.

A service that tries to respond to the difficulties experienced above all by foreigners, struggling with unsustainable procedures and timelines, in order to have a service that should be easily accessible. And they often fail in their “mission” of obtaining an account in which to store and protect their resources.

For all professionals, entrepreneurs and employees struggling with these problems, the solution is Malta Business Pay, the new network, which promotes electronic and online payment tools, accounts with Iban SEPA and the management of debit and prepaid payment cards.

Opening your account is easy! First of all, choose the solution that’s right for you:

European IBAN Business Account

Designed for those entrepreneurs who wish to operate on international markets, it is offered in the Starter, Growth and Professional modes.

Customers who choose this account have access to multi-currency accounts and are provided, if necessary, with an IBAN for non-SEPA transactions and with virtual and physical debit card issuance solutions.

The monthly fee already includes the costs for a maximum number of transfers to be made per month and there are no costs for incoming transfers.

ll services are developed around a secure and constantly updated internet platform, accessible 24 hours a day, in compliance with current financial and risk management regulations provided by the authorized financial institution.

Malta Business Pay - Starter EU Account

STARTER

Starting from €.9,00/month

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Growth

Starting from €. 29,00/month

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Malta Business Pay - EU professional Account

Professional

Starting from €.49,00/month

More info

PAYMENT GATEWAY

Malta Business Pay also offers other solutions, which can be consulted at https://maltabusinesspay.com/.

To find out more details and activate your current account quickly and easily, book your
appointment with our Malta Business Pay consultants by filling out the following form:

DISCLAIMER

This article provides general information only and does not replace professional advice in any way. It is recommended to consult a qualified professional before making any important decisions regarding financial, legal or other matters. The author and the publication are not responsible for any errors or damages caused by the use of the information contained in this article.

Sergio Passariello
Sergio Passariello
Founder of the "Malta Business" network, a consulting, development and business organization network in Malta. CEO of Euromed International Trade which deals with business internationalization and commercial development. CEO of the Mediterranean Academy of Culture, Technology and Commerce, MFHEA licensed higher education institution. Founder of the CETA BUSINESS FORUM and the CETA BUSINESS NETWORK, the first digital entrepreneurial ecosystem to enhance the relationship between Europe and Canada.
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