Currently, the world is undergoing huge levels of uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Are you a High Value Dealer (HVD) or High Risk Dealer (HRD)? Not sure? Why might this matter?
Gibraltar's Private Foundations Act came into force on 11 April 2017.
Kylie and Jason, a married couple from Australia, have two young children, and hold two classes of assets: a collection of wines and an overseas holiday let.
Legacy Consulting is a boutique
family office practice, focusing on servicing High Net Worth
individuals and families, establishing wealth management
structures, and family offices in Gibraltar and implementing family
For those who do not wish to invest directly in cryptocurrencies or initial coin/token offerings, a plethora of funds are becoming available to enable you to invest in a range of these assets. These funds provide a convenient way to invest, help spread risk and, possibly, tap into the skill set of advisors who may have a higher level of knowledge.
Cross-border mergers involving Gibraltar companies are governed by the Companies (Cross-Border Mergers) Regulations 2010 (the "Regulations"). The Regulations give effect to European Commission Directive...
The Sovereign Group
Business Matters Edition 35: Denise Matthews
Typically, people see their careers from start to finish with little or no change beyond the usual aspirations (in the case of accountants or lawyers, this might be partnership).
Nigel Feetham examines the legal developments surrounding PCCs in Gibraltar and series LLCs in the US.
In an age of rapid technological advancements, Nigel Feetham discusses the future of the boardroom.
On 1 January 2016, Gibraltar's income tax rules changed and a new requirement was introduced for all Gibraltar companies to file accounts and tax returns with the Gibraltar Tax Office.
In respect of liability, the members of a Limited Liability Partnership shall have such liability to contribute to its assets in the event of its being wound up as is provided for by virtue of the Act.
A fascinating judgment has just been handed down by the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland.
Hassans' partner, Nigel Feetham, co-author of the leading
reference book, Protected Cell Companies: A Guide to Their
Implementation and Use (Feetham & Jones, 2nd edition, Spiramus
Press 2010) has received industry citation in relation to a US
judgement, firmly placing Mr Feetham as a leading voice in this
As a lawyer, academic writer, former member of the FSC and director (a position I have held on the boards of leading corporates), I believe Compson v FSC & Weal v FSC is an important decision.
In much of my writings I have been particularly interested in the concept of jurisdictional competition and its role in business development. It is underpinned by the notion that jurisdictions are regularly competing for the same business.
In many of my writings I try to bring together my fascination for history with my professional and academic interest in the law.
To the uninformed observer the answer would be nothing but an unlikely clue is to be found in a surviving report of fifteenth century litigation from the archives of Bruges. In my book "Protected Cell Companies: a Guide to their Implementation and Use" ...
Guernsey was the first jurisdiction to introduce Protected Cell
Companies. It did so in 1997 and other 'offshore'
jurisdictions followed soon after, including Cayman, Bermuda,
Gibraltar and Malta.