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By Nigel Feetham
In much of my writings I have been particularly interested in the concept of jurisdictional competition and its role in business development. It is underpinned by the notion that jurisdictions are regularly competing for the same business.
By   Hassans
My brother is a foreigner who has been arrested in the UAE for carrying a significant amount of marijuana into the country. What should I anticipate as punishment for his offence?
By Aaron Payas
The Government of Gibraltar and the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission have recently reiterated their intention to make Gibraltar a prime jurisdiction for crypto business.
By James Lasry
The recent surge in interest in Gibraltar as a result of the DLT legislation and the upcoming ICO regulations is having a positive effect on Gibraltar's funds industry.
By Andrew Montegriffo
5th Money Laundering Directive – The European Union's regulatory gaze begins to shift towards crypto-currency exchanges and custodian wallet providers
By Nigel Feetham
The European Commission last week published a notice to stakeholders on the UK's (and consequently Gibraltar's) withdrawal from the EU and EU rules in the field of insurance and reinsurance.
By Peter Montegriffo
This analysis would subsequently inform what the appropriate treatment of the token should be from a legal, regulatory, accounting and tax perspective.
By Nicholas Borge
In recent months a number of organisations have issued notices and guidance to the potential participants of ICOs, explaining the inherent risks which these activities present.
By Nigel Feetham
Here are a few thoughts on the Gibraltar insurance market as we push into 2018. Hope readers find it interesting and if you have any questions please do let me know.
By   Hassans
This ground-breaking piece of legislation is a milestone for the crypto industry and has already started attracting interest from both investors and DLT operators throughout the world.
By Nigel Feetham
Historically, 'cell companies' under the statutory regime for Protected Cell Companies have been used primarily for first party (captive-type) business.
By Michael Nahon
By now we are all familiar with the aptly-named WannaCry computer virus and the extensive chaos it has brought.
By Nigel Feetham
I have written extensively on many subjects, and not just law. Much of what I have published is available in these [Mondaq] pages.
By Nigel Feetham
PCC legislation was first enacted in Guernsey in 1996. This was primarily to encourage growth of the captive insurance industry.
By Nigel Feetham
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.
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