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NetEnt sets up UK company 44 days before Brexit deadline

Seeing the United Kingdom as a “prioritised growth market”, iGaming company NetEnt has established legal entity NetEnt UK Ltd, as the operator believes local presence in the island nation will better support business there. The step comes in increased uncertainty around Brexit.

UK’s CII elects Maltese professional as Fellow

Pauline Azzopardi has been elected a Fellow of the United Kingdom’s Chartered Insurance Institute (CII). Fellowship of the CII is regarded as the premier designation for those working in the insurance profession.

ComeOn leaves UK market 59 days prior to Brexit deadline

Just 59 days prior to UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s hard Brexit deadline, online mobile gaming firm ComeOn vows to exit the United Kingdom to focus on “more favourable” markets.

Brexit to change CBI playing field, not break it

In the looming uncertainty of Brexit shadowed by Britons possibly losing passport power, concerns might arise to what extent citizenship by investment schemes could be put off by the United Kingdom leaving the European Union. Henley & Partners Group Public Relations Director Paddy Blewer discusses the current situation with Business Malta, trying to give a prognosis on how the vertical could shape up post-Brexit.

Malta attends EUREKA to raise R&D, innovation profile

Malta’s representatives attended the EUREKA Global Innovation Summit (EGIS) in Manchester aiming to raise the country’s research and development (R&D) and innovation...

Britten-Norman to invest €1m in Malta

UK-based aircraft manufacturer Britten-Norman will establish a base in Malta through an investment of €1m over a three-year period, under a Heads of Agreement signed with the Malta Industrial Parks.

GiG subsidiaries to pay fine after UK regulator finds shortcomings

GiG subsidiaries Betit Operations Ltd and MT SecureTrade Ltd wrap up regulatory settlement with the UK Gambling Commission for shortcomings the watchdog had found. The two subsidiaries will pay related fines.

Irish fintech PFS bags local licence prepping for Brexit

Ireland-based fintech firm Prepaid Financial Services (PFS) receives a licence from financial regulator Central Bank of Ireland, which makes the company “Brexit-ready”.

Plume enters UK market, launches AI security tool

Smart home platform Plume, unveils entrance to the United Kingdom, and launches new artificial intelligence (AI) solution.

Maltese DA exchange OKEx believes in UK despite Brexit doubt

Malta-based digital asset (DA) exchange OKEx keeps an optimistic approach toward the UK market despite uncertainties surrounding Brexit, the company chief said...

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