Saturday August 15, 2020

Malta address could save O’Brien €300m

The decision by Denis O’Brien to have a residence in Malta makes perfect sense in tax-planning terms, according to tax experts.

16th September, 2006

The decision by Denis O’Brien to have a residence in Malta makes perfect sense in tax-planning terms, according to tax experts. In a company filing for technology firm Norkom, O’Brien’s address was listed as Flat 60, Suite F, Tigne Street, Sliema, Malta. The move appears to be tax-related as O’Brien prepares to float his mobile phone company on the New York stock exchange.

O’Brien is currently resident in...

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