About Éclat Legal

Being in the heart of the island’s hard-earned reputation as an effective international hub for financial, commercial and international services, it is our ethos to provide excellent legal and advisory services on both a local as well as an international level.

Indeed, our team has evolved over the years in line with the dynamism of the legal and financial sector, as well as with the developing growth of electronic and online issues. Structured on a team composed of committed professionals, we are sure of our aptitude to offer our clients the best services, solutions founded on well-researched analysis and pragmatic conclusions rooted in detail.

Our values are grounded in lifelong learning and dynamism, by virtue of which we seek to offer the most viable solutions to our clients, which are equally the most cost and energy efficient.

Our Ethos

Éclat’s ethos rests on the coming pillars, with all the members of the team ensuring that each principle is scrupulously followed:

1. Integrity:

All we have is our word, and hence, each member of our team deems it crucial to found a relationship that is essentially built on honesty. This signifies that there might be times when our professionals will be bound to tell you things you might not be willing to hear, in the belief that honesty is always the best policy. This has always proven to be so, saving the team embarrassment and the client thwarted expectations. Our principle extends to the team’s attitude, advice given and also our billing policies.

2. Diligence

In a few words, our team puts exhaustive energies and efforts into each and every case. We also thoroughly inform all of our clients of all the available options, making sure that each advice is well-researched and informed. Additionally, each and every member of the team is courteous, responsive and efficient, with response being given at the earliest possible and with the clients being informed every step of the way about the progression of their case.

3. Affordability

After placing your query and after delving into the necessities of the case, our team always lets the clients clearly know what to expect in terms of costs, keeping each client fully informed of the case progression. The fact that we identify a client’s circumstances helps us to offer a system that will not break the client’s bank. Furthermore, we strive to deal with every case in the most favourable way and in a cost-efficient manner.

About Malta

Despite the island’s size, Malta has proven to be a country with a very strong economy and with a very promising outlook. It is evident that a number of sectors within the Maltese economy have not only overcome the economic downturn, but have gradually driven the island into an economic boom. Constant comparisons between Malta’s and various other European countries’ economic state prove that the island’s economy has unfailing kept outperforming the European market over the past decade.

Malta’s economy has witnessed a 35% economic growth over these last ten years, reflecting what has been stated by the International Monetary Fund as being ‘one of the fastest-growing economies in Europe’.

Undeniably, much of the Island’s economic growth is owed to its strong labour market. As a matter of fact, the past ten years have not only witnessed a sharp decline in unemployment and inactivity rates, but they have simultaneously witnessed a high rise in the number of jobs created. Nothing short of over 37,000 new jobs have been created; a figure which surely comes along as highly impressive when taking into consideration the fact that Malta has a total population of around 430,000.

Similar growth has been seen within the Maltese banking sector. It would suffice to take a cursory look at the local industry’s loan portfolios to get a clear idea of this positive evolution. Local banks have also increased the ratio of assets when compared to the number of loans that have been issued, all of which are solid proof of Malta’s solid banking environment.

The Island’s healthy economic ambience is reflected in the increasing levels of disposable income for households. The cresting curve serves as proof to the heightening level of output and laudable performance over the past decade. The positive economic changes have also meant an improved quality of life, with major milestones being taken within the healthcare and education spheres, as a result of which life expectancy has increased to an average of 82 years, with nothing short of half the population completing upper secondary or even tertiary levels of education.

About Gozo

Despite the island’s size, Malta has proven to be a country with a very strong economy and with a very promising outlook. It is evident that a number of sectors within the Maltese economy have not only overcome the economic downturn, but have gradually driven the island into an economic boom. Constant comparisons between Malta’s and various other European countries’ economic state prove that the island’s economy has unfailing kept outperforming the European market over the past decade.

Malta’s economy has witnessed a 35% economic growth over these last ten years, reflecting what has been stated by the International Monetary Fund as being ‘one of the fastest-growing economies in Europe’.

Undeniably, much of the Island’s economic growth is owed to its strong labour market. As a matter of fact, the past ten years have not only witnessed a sharp decline in unemployment and inactivity rates, but they have simultaneously witnessed a high rise in the number of jobs created. Nothing short of over 37,000 new jobs have been created; a figure which surely comes along as highly impressive when taking into consideration the fact that Malta has a total population of around 430,000.

Similar growth has been seen within the Maltese banking sector. It would suffice to take a cursory look at the local industry’s loan portfolios to get a clear idea of this positive evolution. Local banks have also increased the ratio of assets when compared to the number of loans that have been issued, all of which are solid proof of Malta’s solid banking environment.

The Island’s healthy economic ambience is reflected in the increasing levels of disposable income for households. The cresting curve serves as proof to the heightening level of output and laudable performance over the past decade. The positive economic changes have also meant an improved quality of life, with major milestones being taken within the healthcare and education spheres, as a result of which life expectancy has increased to an average of 82 years, with nothing short of half the population completing upper secondary or even tertiary levels of education.