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Hassans
The trend, developing in recent years, of presenters being ever more aggressive in their questioning of politicians and other guests has, it seems, reached its peak.
Hassans
As we have seen, the number of persons diagnosed with this cruel disease in Gibraltar creep up, we have noted the sharp increase in persons diagnosed sadly, also in Spain.
Hassans
The biggest news of the year has to be the landmark tax agreement between the UK and Spain affecting Gibraltar.
ISOLAS
Fears of an exodus of assets and wealthy individuals from Gibraltar when the British overseas territory exits the EU along with the rest of the UK in 2019 have proved unfounded, as a massive uptick in the Rock's blockchain business ...
ISOLAS
On Tuesday this week, news broke that a deal on an agreement for the United Kingdom's orderly withdrawal from the European Union was agreed and it was confirmed that the draft agreement would be considered by Cabinet.
ISOLAS
The Gibraltar Regulatory Authority has today released it's sixth guidance note on GDPR.
Fiduciary Group
Yesterday, July 2 2018, Gibraltar's Chief Minister Fabian Picardo delivered his budget speech to parliament showing a buoyant economy ...
ISOLAS
The Gibraltar economy is well diversified and its main industries are finance, gaming, fintech, tourism and shipping, with Gibraltar being one of the busiest bunkering ports in Europe.
The Sovereign Group
At this time of year, I generally take the chance to bid a none-too-fond farewell to a cold, wet winter, acknowledge the promise of spring, and start to consider the prospect of the long, lazy summer...
ISOLAS
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.
Fiduciary Group
The Government of Gibraltar have published new pension regulations that will take immediate effect.
Hassans
I watched the Presidential elections with increasing interest as candidate (now President) Trump took centre stage in the run-up to the US Election.
ISOLAS
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.
Hassans
We have become accustomed to thinking of democracy as an integral, indeed permanent, part of modern society.
Hassans
This briefing note is intended to provide an answer to the question that has been raised within the industry – "what could Brexit mean for Gibraltar insurers exercising passporting rights?"
The Sovereign Group
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!
Fiduciary Group
Last week Chief Minister Fabian Picardo, in the company of his Deputy Dr Joseph Garcia and newly-appointed Attorney General Michael Llamas, inaugurated the new Gibraltar office in Brussels...
Hassans
It is a relief to see that the UK Government has, in its 2008 budget backed down from implementing some of the draconian measures threatened against those non-domiciles who are tax residents of the UK.
Hassans
With the ever increasing use of computers in our daily lives and their ability to store and process data, the protection and safeguarding of personal data is becoming increasingly important in today’s world.
Hassans
Each month we will be meeting with lawyers from around the firm to provide a series of industry perspectives in relation to current affairs.
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