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Gibraltar – UK Double Taxation Agreement
The Exchequer Secretary to Her Majesty's Treasury, Robert Jenrick, has announced that negotiations between Gibraltar and U.K.
Gibraltar
2 Aug 2019
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ISOLAS Welcomes Upcoming Double Taxation Agreement
Gibraltar, 15th July 2019: Gibraltar's oldest law firm, ISOLAS LLP, has welcomed the upcoming negotiations on a double taxation agreement between the Gibraltarian ...
Gibraltar
25 Jul 2019
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UK Market Access For Gibraltar And The Redomiciliation Of Insurers
‘It is the intention of the UK Government to preserve financial services market access for Gibraltar into the UK.' This was the first part of a response given last month in the House of Commons by Stephen Barclay, Economic Secretary ...
Gibraltar
29 Nov 2017
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The Commonwealth: Is It Time To Take A Closer Look?
In all the talk about Brexit, there is one line of thinking that keeps emerging. Given that our trade relations with the European Union will be substantially altered in the very near future...
Gibraltar
10 Jul 2017
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"Dark Clouds Have Silver Linings" - Gibraltar In A Post Brexit World
Sometimes statements of the obvious are necessary. Gibraltar did not want Brexit. To be exact, 96% of those who voted in Gibraltar in the referendum, voted to remain part of the EU.
Gibraltar
31 May 2017
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The Insurance Distribution Directive
Despite the notable uncertainty concerning the United Kingdom and Gibraltar's future trading relationship with the European Union, there are a number of upcoming developments which the Gibraltar insurance industry and its stakeholders should be monitoring.
Gibraltar
20 Mar 2017
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Israeli Parliament Welcomes First Ever Delegation From Gibraltar
Fiduciary Group Proud to be a Part of this Historic Moment in Association with Gibrael- Gibraltar-Israel Chamber of Commerce
Gibraltar
20 Mar 2017
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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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Donald Trump's Brexit
It happened again. Unexpected, (or was it?) as it was, Donald Trump stormed to a substantial victory in the US general election held this month, much to the surprise, probably concern, of many establishment figures and observers around the world.
Gibraltar
25 Jan 2017
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Happy New Year? It's Hard To Tell.
In more youthful days, the New Year generally meant weeks of ruined cheques and letters as I continued, by force of habit, to write the previous year in the allotted spaces.
Gibraltar
9 Jan 2017
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September? Just National Day, Back To School – And Brexit.
Unbelievably, the calendar has somehow advanced to September, the month in which we celebrate National Day. For families, it also marks the end of the summer holiday season and the start of the new academic year.
Gibraltar
17 Oct 2016
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Brexit Aftermath
September? Just National Day, back to school – and Brexit. Unbelievably, the calendar has somehow advanced to September, the month in which we celebrate National Day.
Gibraltar
4 Oct 2016
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Gibraltar Post-Brexit. Heading South?
I imagine that many readers would be surprised if my piece this month did not look at implications of the recent "Brexit" referendum, when the UK electorate dramatically voted to leave the EU.
Gibraltar
4 Oct 2016
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Is There A Case For A More Balanced Approach To Insolvency And Directors/Managers Liability?
It has been said that insolvency practitioners (IPs) tend to be misunderstood and even less appreciated.
Worldwide
21 Mar 2016
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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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Fair Winds And Following Seas In 2016?
Where does the time go? As you read this article, dear reader, we will have just said goodbye to 2015 and moved into the second half of this decade – already!
Gibraltar
8 Jan 2016
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Gibraltar Chamber Of Commerce Study Highlights The Significant And Positive Economic Impact Of Gibraltar's Economy On The Campo De Gibraltar Region
The economies of Gibraltar and Spain are linked not only physically but also through the varied transactions which take place every day between businesses and individuals based in these economies.
Gibraltar
8 Sep 2015
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Our Place In Europe
I concluded last month’s piece by promising something a little more seasonal.
Gibraltar
9 Jun 2014
19
BRIC & Back
Anyone who knows me will tell you that I have eclectic tastes when it comes to travel.
Gibraltar
7 Aug 2012
20
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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