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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Taxation of Crypto Assets

It has been my pleasure to be the contributor of the Gibraltar chapter of the “Taxation of Crypto Assets” book, published by Kluwer Law International, which is expected to become […]

The Financial Services (Gibraltar) (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020

The Financial Services (Gibraltar) (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020 (SI 2020/1274), together with an explanatory memorandum were yesterday published online by the UK Government.The 2020 Regulations, which were made on […]

Gibraltar Foundations & Purpose Trusts as Governance Vehicles for Decentralised Crypto Protocols

Protocol Governance VehiclesIn this note we discuss why decentralised crypto projects should look to Gibraltar to set up their off-chain legal structures. Gibraltar has positioned itself as a prime crypto […]

Happy Birthday to Uniswap – the only 2 year old with $2.7bln

Uniswap Exchange is a decentralised token exchange protocol built on Ethereum. It uses liquidity pools (instead of order books) and the automated market maker mechanism.Uniswap was the brainchild of Hayden […]

EFAMA updates its key cyber-prevention standards for investment management companies

The European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA), supported by investment fund associations from around the world, has updated its key cyber-prevention standards for investment management companies. This forms part […]

New Limited Partnerships Bill guarantees the modernisation of the Gibraltar funds industry

The Gibraltar Government have confirmed the publication of  the Limited Partnerships Bill and the Protected Cell Limited Partnerships Bill, providing a modern and robust framework to the funds industry in […]

European Commission begins public consultation on AIFMD

A review into the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (2011/61/EU) (“AIFMD”) was launched yesterday by the European Commission following their report issued in June 2020 which assessed the application and scope […]

Positive outlook for shipping in Gibraltar

A good news story in the context of the port and shipping sector in Gibraltar.  The investment in LNG as a jurisdiction enables Gibraltar to target and service the growing […]

Embracing the Opportunity of Upheaval

This article offers an interesting insight into the plight and response of 3 different types of UK businesses as they navigate current uncertainties. The existential problem of Brexit appears to have […]

Gibraltar positions itself as the Gateway to the UK

More good news for Gibraltar coming out of the UK as the Financial Services Bill 2019-21 was introduced to Parliament yesterday. The Financial Services Bill will establish a new permanent market […]

PayPal announces plans to enable users to buy, hold & sell crypto

In what is the biggest crypto news today, PayPal has announced it will offer its accountholders the ability to buy, hold and sell cryptocurrencies directly from their PayPal digital wallet. […]

Liquidations – shareholder democracy

Although under the relevant Gibraltar law provisions liquidators are all licensed insolvency practitioners, we must remember that whilst the appointed liquidator has autonomy to act as such, members’ voluntary liquidations […]


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