Month: December 2014

Malta is an archipelago of seven islands that lies around 50 miles south of Sicily – and it represents a great opportunity for foreign trade as its lack of natural resources mean it imports most of its food and fresh water and all of its energy supply.

Malta became a member of the European Union (EU) in 2004 and joined the eurozone in 2008. Its economy is mainly dependent upon tourism, trade and manufacturing and its EU membership, combined with traditionally well-trained workers, low labour costs and favorable tax regime make it an attractive option for foreign investment.

With flight times from the UK clocking in at around three-and-a-half hours,  you’ll need a more cost-effective and convenient way to do business with your Maltese colleagues – an international conference call offers exactly that.

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Over half of us (58%) have received suspicious phone calls angling for sensitive data like bank details and last year the amount of money lost to phone scams tripled – with fraudsters cashing in to the tune of a staggering £23.9 million.

They are the alarming findings of a study from Financial Fraud Action UK (FFA UK), which represents banks, building societies and card companies – so what should you be on the lookout for?