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  • 21.02.2024 | Publications

    Passporting Financial Services to the UK

    By Johnluis Pitto

    A ‘hot’ topic since the United Kingdom’s (“UK”) (and concurrently, Gibraltar’s) withdrawal from the EU on the 31 January 2020 (“Brexit”) has been what requirements an EU firm needs to...

  • 01.11.2023 | Publications

    Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Laws and Regulations 2024 | Gibraltar

    By Daniel Herbert

    This article was first published in Global Legal Insights – Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Regulation 2024. Click Here for the original publication.  Gibraltar has a positive and welcoming attitude towards cryptocurrencies and blockchain...

  • 19.09.2023 | News

    A short update on Stamp Duty, The Land Registry, Fees and Co-Ownership Housing Estates

    There is seldom much change in Gibraltar Property Law. However, in recent months there have been some material updates which we would like to highlight as follows:   Stamp Duty...

  • 03.04.2023 | Publications

    Setting up a business in Gibraltar?

    Why Triay Lawyers? We have a proven track record of assisting our clients with their most significant and challenging commercial transactions, matters and structures by offering experienced, responsive, pragmatic and...

  • 07.03.2023 | Publications

    The strategic importance of Gibraltar in Europe – it’s Dual Regime

    The strategic importance of Gibraltar in Europe – it’s Dual Regime Gibraltar’s geographic position makes it strategically important. That is also the case in the context of financial services. Gibraltar...

  • 01.09.2022 | Publications

    Independent Audits

    As part of maintaining a healthy and robust compliance function, it is essential for all relevant financial businesses to undertake a regular and independent assessment. Within this article, we will...

  • 08.08.2022 | News

    Fintech Laws and Regulations Gibraltar

    The International Comparative Legal Guide – Fintech 2022 has now been published. The entire publication is now live on ICLG.com. Partners Jay Gomez and Javi Triay have contributed to this years guide...

  • 27.07.2022 | Publications

    Why Take up Residence in Gibraltar?

    Gibraltar offers compelling tax advantages for High Net Worth Individuals via the opportunity to take-up Category 2 or High Executive Possessing Specialist Skills (HEPSS) status. Category 2 & HEPSS Status...

  • 26.05.2022 | Publications

    Significant judgment impacting misuse of private information claims under the Data Protection Act

    In Underwood & Another v Bounty UK Ltd & Another [2022] EWHC 888 (QB), the High Court of England and Wales dismissed claims for misuse of private information (MPI) and breach...

  • 31.01.2022 | Publications

    Hedgeweek’s Gibraltar in Focus 2022

    We are proud to annouce that Triay Lawyers Director Jay Gomez and Associate Javi Triay have been featured in Hedgeweek’s Gibraltar in Focus 2022, a report detailing the regulatory and...

  • 16.11.2021 | Publications

    A short guide to the status of pre-nuptial and post-nuptial Agreements in Gibraltar

    By Charles Simpson and Joanna Baglietto, Dispute Resolution Team. Triay We are often asked about the extent to which prenuptial agreements and other financial agreements between spouses are enforceable. In...

  • 15.06.2021 | Publications

    Triay lawyers contribute chapter to cross-border FinTech legal guide 2021

    We’re proud to announce that two of our lawyers have contributed the chapter on Gibraltar Law to the International Comparative Legal Guide to: Fintech 2021. This is an important publication...

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