Who does the UK Government owe all that money to? What happens if it devalues?

Who does the UK Government borrow its money from? This article from Economics Help shows us that back at the end of 2019 the figures showed 75% of borrowing was […]

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Corporate Defaults in 2021: Long-term Sustainability > Short-term Solutions

Almost a year removed from Covid-19’s inception and infiltration into western societies, corporations have attempted to remain flexible and responsive to the altered reality and business climate presented by the […]

Bitesize Tax Ep5 – Accrued and Derived

Today was the fifth in my series of the Hassans’ Bitesize Tax Sessions. 73 professionals attended and thank you to them for their support. By the magic of You Tube; […]

Successful Completion – Restructure

Big players in every industry continue to adapt to the ever-evolving landscape to ensure the longevity and success of their businesses. Towards the end of 2020, we assisted in a […]

MiFID II ‘reverse solicitation’ rules post-Brexit

Against the backdrop of Brexit, ESMA issued a public statement on 13th January 2021 to remind firms of the requirements under the MiFID II Directive of the provision of investments […]

GBGA approved!

The Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association have published their formal support to the framework agreement for Gibraltar’s post-Brexit relationship with the EU.Throughout the Brexit negotiations our clients’ primary concern has […]

HM Treasury launches consultation on UK regulatory approach to crypto assets and stablecoins

In a continued effort to assess how best to approach crypto asset regulation in the United Kingdom, HM Government has launched a consultation with a focus on stablecoins.On 7 January […]

‘Hassans Academy’ launches today

This new year, more than any other we can remember, we’d be forgiven for feeling a little blue and lackluster. For the team at Hassans, we are optimistic that the timely […]

A watershed moment for Gibraltar – Schengen Preliminary Agreement

Whatever the in principle accord regarding Gibraltar heralds and however it materialises, last Thursday 31 December 2020 was certainly a watershed moment for our jurisdiction – the stark, immediate reality […]

Gibraltar financial services firms have exclusive rights to passport their services into the UK

In light of Brexit, both the Gibraltar and UK governments put in place a temporary permissions regime to ensure that licensed financial services firms in either jurisdiction can continue to […]

Chambers Gaming Law guide 2020 launched.

Andrew Montegriffo and Louise Federico have contributed to the latest Chambers Global Gaming practice guide. The guide is a key reference point for lawyers, operators and others involved in the […]

Law Commission launches call for evidence on smart contracts

On 17 December 2020, the Law Commission published a call for evidence on smart contracts. This follows from the announcement made by the Commission in late September that it had […]

Bitcoin surges past $20,500

Recently, it seems as if every other day another big name in the traditional finance space is talking about Bitcoin. Just yesterday, Ruffer Investment Company Limited, an investment manager with […]


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