News Archive

  • 2017

    • November

      • “What Makes a Location a Fintech & Startup Jurisdiction of Choice”


        As part of the series of “Gibraltar Day in London” events organised by Gibraltar Finance we co-hosted a forum in conjunction with StartUp Grind, Gibraltar and London Chapters.

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    • October

      • On 12th October Gibraltar became the first jurisdiction to introduce laws to regulate firms carrying on business, from Gibraltar, using Distributed Ledger Technology (“DLT”).


        Limited regulation of certain DLT use cases exists in a handful of places but no other country has introduced the comprehensive regulatory framework we have set up in Gibraltar. The laws come into effect on 1st January 2018.

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    • July

      • China offers opportunities and challenges for Gibraltar


        Despite the massive difference in the sizes of population, Gibraltar’s 30,000 and China’s billion, as the world’s second biggest economy seeks to expand its global footprint even further there were surprising synergies which the Rock could exploit.

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      • Gibraltar and UK focus on detail of Rock’s post-Brexit future


        An article published by the Gibraltar Chronicle

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      • AMCHAM discusses Start-Ups and the "FinTech" sector


        A video report published by The Trade Mission organized by the Gibraltar-American Chamber of Commerce continued today, with the focus on Start Ups and how emerging entrepreneurial ventures can access finance and grow their business internationally.

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      • St Julians may move because of Brexit – but to keep UK access


        Last week we told you how British territory Gibraltar is luring European financial firms who want to access the UK once passporting rights are gone..

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    • June

      • “Gibraltar's unique trading relationship with the UK...


        “Gibraltar's unique trading relationship with the UK allows Gibraltar to position itself as a ‘gateway to the UK and the world’s fifth largest economy both today and post Brexit” - Albert Isola Minister for Commerce 2017 Budget Address

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