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Accounting Update
As you may know one of theFinancial Reporting Standards, FRS 102, is replacing the UK Generally Accepted Accounting Practice by the adoption of a single financial reporting standard...
27 Mar 2017
Preparation Of Financial Statements For Offshore Companies
With European governments needing to increase their tax collection, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and development and other organisations are looking to standardise the reporting and filing of annual financial statements for companies across the world.
2 Apr 2013
A Warning To All Directors - Is The New Insolvency Act Relevant To Me?
The 5th September 2011 saw the dawn of a new era for insolvency practitioners in Gibraltar. Much awaited legislation in the field of insolvency was finally passed and a new regime for both personal and corporate insolvency has been put in place.
27 Oct 2011
Why Size Matters!
This article will focus on the criteria for company size and exemptions available for small companies.
25 Feb 2011
Rock Financial Services - A Story Of Scapegoats In A Company´s Liquidation
The story of Rock Financial Services was indeed brief and spectacular, but by no means are the implications of the results achieved by the parties in any way scandalous.
21 Jul 2009
Gibraltar´s Tax Case Against The EU Commission
Although it may be as long as three months before Gibraltar learns whether or not its tax case against the European Commission has been successful, this week’s four and a half hour hearing of oral evidence before the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg has strengthened a sense of quiet optimism about the outcome among the Government’s legal team. A ruling in Gibraltar’s favour will open the door to a new tax structure that, it is widely believed, will see the application of an across-the-bo
23 Apr 2007
Gibraltar as a Trust Jurisdiction
Uses of Gibraltar trusts
10 Apr 2006
Gibraltar – New tax measures in 2005
The optimism over Gibraltar’s on-going economic growth and the development of the jurisdiction as a leading and well regulated finance centre has continued in 2005 despite some uncertainty surrounding the final outcome of a legal ruling on Gibraltar’s proposed new measures on corporate taxes
5 Dec 2005
New Tax Measures July 2005
Helped by more than £4 million in tax revenues from the burgeoning internet gaming companies, and several "one-off" property development deals, Gibraltar’s fiscal accounts remain healthy and the economy continues to forge ahead.
3 Aug 2005
Trusts/Form-A-Trust - A Summary of the Background and Advantages of Trusts
The concept of a Trust was first used in Anglo Saxon times and is an arrangement whereby property is transferred from one person or corporation (the Settlor) to another person or corporate body (the Trustee) to hold for the benefit of a specified list or class of persons (the Beneficiaries). A Trust is not a corporate vehicle, joint venture or Partnership. It is an equitable arrangement between the Settlor and the Trustee represented by a set of instructions.
12 May 2005
EC Ruling on Exempt Companies
Hammered out over the past year in protracted negotiations between Gibraltar, Britain and the European Commission, an agreement to extend the tax exempt status of 8,464 Gibraltar registered companies until December 2010 removes much uncertainty hanging over Gibraltar’s Finance Centre.
12 Apr 2005
Gibraltar Qualifying Company Status to be Phased Out
In a confidential document obtained by the Gibraltar Chronicle, it is claimed that Finance Centre Director James Tipping has told 200 locally based firms that the European Commission may force the Gibraltar government to abolish the qualifying company tax regime.
4 Apr 2005
ECS Marine Services
ECS International is proud to announce that it has extended the range of services that it provides with the establishment of ECS Marine Services, which provides yacht registration and administration services in Gibraltar and Isle of Man.
13 Oct 2004
By the implementation of EU directives on e-commerce and electronic signatures, as well as the liberalising of the telecommunications industry, the Gibraltar Government have demonstrated their commitment to making Gibraltar an e-friendly jurisdiction
7 Jan 2004
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