The Maltese-French Chamber of Commerce was set up in October 1989, with the principal aim of promoting and developing commercial, industrial and tourist exchanges between Malta and France. It co-operates with the competent authorities, organisations and constituted bodies in the two countries. Activities include both a substantial back up to its members, assisting them in their dealings with France, as well as providing assistance to French entrepreneurs in Malta. Moreover, the Chamber regularly sets up business seminars in collaboration with professional bodies. It also organises a number of social activities, bringing together its members and their guests on varied occasions.

The objectives of the Maltese French Chamber of Commerce are:

  • To promote and develop commercial, industrial, financial and tourist exchanges between Malta and France. 
  • To cooperate with authorities, organisations and constituted bodies in Malta and France in all matters favouring commercial, industrial, financial and tourist exchanges between the two countries. To foster a better understanding of the two markets. 
  • To cooperate with the French Embassy in Malta and the Maltese Embassy in France as well with the competent Maltese and French authorities. To collect, circulate and publish laws, regulations and other relevant information relating to the two countries. 
  • To promote conferences, business meetings and all other events which can contribute towards economic exchanges. 
  • To issue publications containing business information with regard to the respective markets. 
  • To assist companies in the two countries in the appointment of agents. 
  • To assist French businessmen visiting Malta and to provide Letters of Introduction to its Members who visit France. 
  • To seek amicable settlement of any disputes arising between businessmen of the two countries and to act as arbitrator in the settlement of disputes falling within the ambit of the Chamber. 
  • To do all such other lawful things as are incidental or conducive to the attainment of the above objects.



RCI Insurance Limited are subsidiaries of RCI Services Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of RCI Banque SA.The company provides insurance solutions to customers of RCI Banque SA’s automobile financing business, are authorised under the Insurance Business Act 1998 to carry on long term and general business in European Markets as regulated by the Malta Financial Services Authority. 



Bank of Valletta (BOV) is a Maltese bank and financial services company headquartered in Santa Venera. It is the oldest established financial services provider in Malta and one of the largest.Our Vision is to nurture the growth of the BOV Group by establishing ourselves as one of the best performing Banks when compared to our European counterparts.We are committed to service excellence in assisting our customers find the best solutions to their financial needs.

Malta Enterprise

Malta Enterprise is the country's economic development agency, tasked with attracting new foreign direct investment as well as facilitating the growth of existing operations. In operation under various guises since the 1950s, which is almost since the beginning of Malta’s industrial development, the Corporation contains within it a great deal of accumulated experience in the field. Furthermore, it acts as an adviser to government on economic policy due to its close and constant interaction with the main economic players in the country. Malta Enterprise is also the national contact point for the Enterprise Europe Network through which companies based in Malta can develop links with counterparts in over 60 other countries.Within the organization, one may find a wide variety of skills and backgrounds. This facilitates interaction with investors from all sectors, ensuring that specific requirements are understood and met.The long term presence of an investor in the country is a priority for Malta Enterprise. We therefore work constantly with our clients to find solutions to any issues they may be facing and to help them adapt to changing circumstances. This has resulted in symbiotic relationships being maintained for decades, for the benefit of all concerned