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Contact :
Palazzo Pietro Stiges
103, Strait Street
Valetta
Malta
VLT1436
http://www.mamotcv.com

 Mamo TCV Advocates evolved from the merger in 2000 of two leading Maltese law firms - Tonna Camilleri Vassallo & Co., and John Mamo & Associates. Today, the firm is one of the largest legal practices in Malta. 

Operating from two offices in the capital Valletta, the firm offers a depth and breadth of expertise which enables it to practice and excel in a variety of commercial legal sectors, and provide, in essence a 'one-stop' service to clients. The firm’s aim is to provide specialist legal advice to our clients in a timely and effective manner by combining the diverse resources of the firm in the most efficient way.
 
For the past years Mamo TCV Advocates has been top ranked by Legal 500, IFLR 1000, Martindale-Hubell, Chambers Global and Chambers Europe. 
 
Mamo TCV Advocates also operates cross-borders through an international network of lawyers to cover a broad range of legal areas, in particular in corporate and commercial practices, banking and finance, financial services, IP, communication, media and technology as well as shipping and aviation. The firm is the preferred correspondent in Malta for various leading law firms based in Europe, particularly those operating out of the UK.
 
The Financial Services Department within the firm is committed to providing bespoke legal solutions to credit and financial institutions, investment firms, family offices, funds, fund managers and other operators in the financial services industry. Our mission is to deliver high-quality services in structuring and implementing investment proposals, operations and products in a pro-active, efficient and timely fashion. To this end, we continue to foster and develop our local and international network with a view to offering comprehensive and integrated services to clients.
 
Joseph Saliba
Joseph Saliba
Partner Financial Services
since 1997
Joseph Saliba is a partner at MamoTCV Advocates and forms part of and co-heads the Financial Services Department together with Danièle Cop.  His areas of specialisation are financial services legislation and regulation, securities law and corporate law. He is actively involved in the structuring of, and the provision of on-going transactional advice and legal assitance to, investment funds (retail and non-retail), investment firms and financial institutions (including payment institutions).  He has also been engaged to and/or contributed to the drafting of some financial services related legislation and has also participated in various consultations to proposed new regulatory instruments. 

Education

Joseph holds a degree in Law (LL.D.) and a post-grad degree in Financial Services (M.A. Fin. Serv.) from the University of Malta. 

Danièle  Cop
Danièle Cop
Partner Financial Services
since 2001

Danièle Cop runs the Financial Services Department at Mamo TCV together with Joseph Saliba. Danièle joined Mamo TCV in 2001 and became a partner in 2011. Danièle is actively involved in the setting up of investment funds, investment firms and financial institutions, and advises local and foreign clients operating in the financial services industry, including alternative investment funds, UCITS, fund managers, fund administrators, prime brokers, custodians, investment firms and payment institutions. Danièle Cop runs the Financial Services Department at Mamo TCV together with Joseph Saliba. Danièle joined Mamo TCV in 2001 and became a partner in 2011. Danièle is actively involved in the setting up of investment funds, investment firms and financial institutions, and advises local and foreign clients operating in the financial services industry, including alternative investment funds, UCITS, fund managers, fund administrators, prime brokers, custodians, investment firms and payment institutions.



Education

Danièle holds a degree in Law from the University of Antwerp, Belgium (Bachelor of Law, 1997; Licentiate in Law, 2000) and a post-graduate degree in Economic Law from the University of Brussels, Belgium (2001). 

Nicole Ann  Saliba
Nicole Ann Saliba
Associate Financial Services
since 2010

 Nicole’ Ann Saliba has been an Associate at Mamo TCV Advocates since August 2010.  She forms part of the Financial Services Department of the firm with her main areas of practice being advising and assisting local and foreign clients operating in the investment services sector. She is also actively involved in the structuring and setting up of alternative investment funds, UCITS, fund management companies and other types of licence holders as well as providing advice and ongoing assistance to clients in Malta and abroad in relation to matters dealing with financial services on ad hoc basis.

She has also contributed to various publications on topical matters related to her areas of practice.

She has been admitted to the Maltese Bar in 2010.



Education

Nicole’ Ann holds a degree in Law (LL.D.) and a post-grad degree in Financial Services (M.A. Fin.Serv.) from the University of Malta. In 2013 she was awarded a Diploma in Maltese and International Taxation by the Malta Institute of Taxation.

Matthew Cutajar
Matthew Cutajar
Associate Financial Services
since 2014
Matthew Cutajar has been an Associate at Mamo TCV Advocates since August 2014.  He forms part of the Financial Services Department of the firm with his main areas of practice being advising and assisting local and foreign clients operating within the investment services and payment services sectors. He is also actively involved in the structuring and setting up of a number of entities in Malta, in particular investment firms, investment funds and financial institutions as well as providing advice and ongoing assistance to clients established in Malta and abroad on legal and compliance matters, particularly those involving a cross-border element.
 

Education

Matthew holds a degree in Law (LL.D.)
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