Finsbury Trust is the leading independent provider of corporate, trust and fund services in Gibraltar with over 30 years of leadership in the market. Our dedicated client service forms the basis of long-standing relationships with international clients and intermediaries, often spanning generations and tenures of service.
We support blockchain businesses and crypto funds in providing them with the comprehensive structuring, infrastructure, business services, administration and governance required to establish and flourish in the new regulated marketplace.
For over 30 years, our team of professionals have worked with real estate investors in servicing them with appropriate holding and investment structures to suit their international real estate portfolios.
Attracted by the climate, Mediterranean lifestyle and Gibraltar’s leading international financial centre, individuals seeking to establish residency in Gibraltar can enjoy a unique set of advantages.
With its strategic location at the entrance to the Mediterranean and its comprehensive range of export services and marina facilities, Gibraltar is a key service point for the global shipping industry and an important centre for ship registration and maritime services.
Our team of experts are experienced in establishing and administering various types of structures for sporting and entertainment related clients that include international athletes, agents, entertainers and clubs.
Finsbury Trust is positioned at the forefront of the innovation in blockchain and cryptocurrencies. We support blockchain businesses and investment funds in providing them with the comprehensive structuring, infrastructure, business services, administration and governance required to establish and flourish in the new regulated marketplace.
Finsbury Trust have launched a ‘Fitness Together’ campaign in aid of Kids Come First in order to raise funds and awareness for the charity.[...]
GANT, the Gibraltar Association for New Technologies, announced the make up of its executive committee last week, with David Parody elected as Chairman.[...]
On 1 June 2012, the Spanish Government filed a complaint with the European Commission claiming that the Income Tax Act 2010 (the “ITA 2010”) as whole constituted unlawful State aid.[...]