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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.
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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...
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Something has happened; in the Petri dish of capitalism a new life form has been created. Slowly and unsteadily at first, teetering between evolution and extinction, loved by a few, loathed...
ISOLAS
In the context of fundraising for startups or established businesses at seed stage you will have recently been hearing the words 'token sale' and 'token launch' bandied about every two or three...
The Sovereign Group
As I get older, I confess that, on occasion, I hanker after the days when I used to work in a bank.
K&L Gates
The Gibraltar Financial Services Commission (GFSC) issued a statement on initial coin offerings on 22 September.
The Sovereign Group
John Blake from Sovereign Gibraltar explains how the group's wide range of services can benefit both corporate and private clients.
Hassans
Historically, 'cell companies' under the statutory regime for Protected Cell Companies have been used primarily for first party (captive-type) business.
ISOLAS
In July 2017's edition of Offshore Investment Andrew Radnear wrote on "cyber insecurity". In it he gave a succinct description of cyber currencies, blockchain and distributed ledger technology (DLT).
The Sovereign Group
Spare a thought for Gibraltarians living in the UK as you welcome in September.
The Sovereign Group
Business Matters Edition 35: Denise Matthews
ISOLAS
The summer months have seen a number of interesting developments for Gibraltar's financial services industry.
Hassans
By now we are all familiar with the aptly-named WannaCry computer virus and the extensive chaos it has brought.
The Sovereign Group
Greetings and welcome to summer in Gibraltar. Now it's not often that I do ‘requests' in this column but I am making an exception this month.
The Sovereign Group
In all the talk about Brexit, there is one line of thinking that keeps emerging. Given that our trade relations with the European Union will be substantially altered in the very near future...
The Sovereign Group
At this time of year, I generally take the chance to bid a none-too-fond farewell to a cold, wet winter, acknowledge the promise of spring, and start to consider the prospect of the long, lazy summer...
Fiduciary Group
Last week our own Neelai Patel spoke at an LB Business Network event organised and hosted by the law firm Howard Kennedy, looking at the question of whether the UK will be a more attractive destination...
ISOLAS
Sometimes statements of the obvious are necessary. Gibraltar did not want Brexit. To be exact, 96% of those who voted in Gibraltar in the referendum, voted to remain part of the EU.
Fiduciary Group
The non-UK domiciliaries changes that were expected as of 6th April 2017 have been removed from the Finance Act due to the timing of the General Election.
The Sovereign Group
Everyone's talking about Fintech – or so it seems.
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The Sovereign Group
As I get older, I confess that, on occasion, I hanker after the days when I used to work in a bank.
ISOLAS
In July 2017's edition of Offshore Investment Andrew Radnear wrote on "cyber insecurity". In it he gave a succinct description of cyber currencies, blockchain and distributed ledger technology (DLT).
ISOLAS
In the context of fundraising for startups or established businesses at seed stage you will have recently been hearing the words 'token sale' and 'token launch' bandied about every two or three...
K&L Gates
The Gibraltar Financial Services Commission (GFSC) issued a statement on initial coin offerings on 22 September.
The Sovereign Group
John Blake from Sovereign Gibraltar explains how the group's wide range of services can benefit both corporate and private clients.
Hassans
Few books have attracted so much controversy, commentary and debate over the last 500 years than Niccolò Machiavelli's The Prince.
Fiduciary Group
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.
Hassans
Historically, 'cell companies' under the statutory regime for Protected Cell Companies have been used primarily for first party (captive-type) business.
Hassans
By now we are all familiar with the aptly-named WannaCry computer virus and the extensive chaos it has brought.
The Sovereign Group
Spare a thought for Gibraltarians living in the UK as you welcome in September.
Hassans
Gibraltar implemented Protected Cell Company legislation in 2001 and was the first European jurisdiction to do so. Since then Malta has implemented a PCC Act and the UK itself has introduced its own regime for Open Ended Investment Funds.
Hassans
An interesting Judgment concerning PCC cells, which appears to be a first of its kind in Guernsey, has recently been handed down by the local courts.
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