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Could The EU Single Market Dream Be Destined For Failure?
In strict legal theory, the European 'passport' should now be firmly established across the EU. It embraces the principle of free trade enshrined in EU law and Treaty rights.
Worldwide
13 Feb 2017
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What Do A Medieval Bank, A Litigious Merchant And PCC/Series LLCs Have In Common?
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" ...
Worldwide
26 Jan 2016
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When the Past, Present and Future Meet
‘Tax havens’ have come under considerable outside pressure over the last 10 years. As a Gibraltar legal practitioner, I took an early professional interest in writing about developments in the offshore industry and I could sense the change in the wind and prevailing currents that had propelled a handful of small jurisdictions into the forefront of international finance.
Gibraltar
1 Nov 2010
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Protected Cell Companies: A Guide To Their Implementation And Use*
Surprisingly, no one had ever written a book on "protected cell companies" despite the fact that such companies were widely used in international business transactions. It spurred us to write the first edition.
Gibraltar
24 Jun 2010
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The Gibraltar Experienced Investor Fund Regime
The Experienced Investor Fund regime in Gibraltar has proven to be an extremely versatile way of setting up a fund within the European Union.
Gibraltar
2 Jul 2009
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ECJ To Decide Fate Of Gibraltar’s Corporate Tax Regime
An oral hearing before the European Court of Justice was conducted on March 14 in a case dating back to 2004 that involves the government of Gibraltar and the European Commission.
Gibraltar
19 Jul 2007
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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
Gibraltar
23 Apr 2007
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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
Gibraltar
5 Dec 2005
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