“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
Gibraltar plays second fiddle to London as a Blockchain hub, but only just…
Gibraltar has released a draft regulatory framework for firms engaging in activities that use distributed ledger technology, often referred to as Blockchain.
A local financial technology company, Easy Payment Gateway, has won the 2017 EGR award for the Services industry rising star.
Gibraltar’s Minister of Commerce, Albert Isola, stated “We are delighted to welcome Vigilis Services Limited to Gibraltar.
To view the Proposals for a DLT Regulatory Framework please proceed to this news article.
The glittering Sunborn Hotel in #Gibraltar was the location for #KPMG’s 7th annual #eSummit in Gibraltar on the 23rd March. Attended by nearly 300 delegates, the event featured over 40 keynote speakers and experts from the world of eBusiness. This summit marks the 15th in a series hosted by KPMG across the Isle of Man, Gibraltar and Malta.
Albert Isola, Gibraltar minister of financial services and gaming, discusses the territory's relationship with the U.K. and Spanish governments and how the United Kingdom is more important than access to the EU single market, Minister for Financial Services and Gaming Albert Isola said yesterday.
On Tuesday 20th September, the Hon Albert Isola MP, Minister with responsibility for Financial Services, hosted a highly successful financial services breakfast at the Four Seasons Hotel Des Bergues in Geneva; the event being part of a Gibraltar Day in the Genevois capital.
Albert Isola interviewed by Jerusalem Post on Brexit
Published by the Gibraltar Electronic Money Association (GEMA) expressly for the 2016 PayExpo Conference in London.