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ISOLAS LLP

PORTLAND HOUSE, GLACIS ROAD, GIBRALTAR
Tel:
Work +350 2000 1892
Fax:
Fax +350 2007 8990
Email:
Web:
www.gibraltarlawyers.com
Gibraltar, Sotogrande

Steven Caetano

Tel:
Work +350 2000 1892
Email:
Web:
www.gibraltarlawyers.com
ISOLAS LLP

Work Department

e-Gaming & Betting Company Law, Mergers & Acquisitions, Technology, Privacy and Media Law

Position

Partner – E- Gaming & Betting, Company Law, , Mergers and Acquisitions

Career

Steven is a general business law practitioner with extensive expertise in corporate, intellectual property, e-commerce, and online gaming. A regular adviser in the areas of gaming licensing and regulation and company law and regularly collaborates with E-gaming review and I-gaming Business Magazines on locally focused gaming publications as well as the author of the Gibraltar Chapter of The Mergers & Acquisitions Review (Law Business Research 7th Ed).

Steven is a regular advisor to a significant number of Gibraltar licensed online gaming companies on areas ranging from general e-commerce/ site content, intellectual property, technology, gaming, licensing and regulatory matters.

He is also legal advisor to The Fiduciary Group, a leading Gibraltar professional trustee and corporate service provider.

 

Languages

English, Spanish

Member

Honourable Society of the Middle Temple The Gibraltar Bar Council.

Education

Steven obtained his degree and bar vocational qualifications at Cardiff Law School (University of Wales), started as an associate at Isolas in 2002 and was made a Partner of the Firm in 2011.


Gibraltar

Commercial, corporate and M&A

Within: Leading individuals

Steven Caetano - ISOLAS LLP

Within: Commercial, corporate and M&A

ISOLAS LLP is particularly experienced in gaming licensing work, as well as general corporate issues, and the firm is increasingly active in distributed ledger technology and the fintech market. Specialist in corporate governance and transactional work Peter Isola leads the practice, which includes corporate and regulatory expert Steven Caetano. The team advised GVC Holdings on the acquisition of Ladbrokes Coral and assisted Credit Suisse with residual pensions issues arising from the sale of its Gibraltar subsidiary to Bank J. Safra Sarasin.

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ISOLAS LLP

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