MALTA EU FUNDING LAWYERS
We assist clients in drafting their project application for funding by helping them expand their project ideas and build up the necessary information and data in order to optimise their chances of obtaining funding in a hugely competitive set-up.
When Malta joined the European Union, it became eligible to EU centralised and non-centralised funding which can be tapped into by the public and the private sector in different sectors. The centralised funds are managed by the European Commission while the non-centralised funds are managed by the Managing Authority in Malta – the Planning and Priorities Co-Ordination Division.
The project application is often long and complicated, but we assist clients in drafting their application for funding by providing the necessary information, including the background, justification and equality and sustainability issues, in order to optimise their chances of obtaining funding in a hugely competitive set-up.
We facilitate partner search through our extensive database and networks and provide project management services throughout the lifetime of the project, thus ensuring compliance with project specifications, regulations and time-lines.