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57-63 LINE WALL ROAD, PO BOX 199, GIBRALTAR
Tel:
Work +350 2007 9000
Fax:
Fax +350 2007 1966
Email:
Web:
www.gibraltarlaw.com
Gibraltar, San Roque

Moses Anahory

Tel:
Work +350 200 79000
Email:
Web:
www.gibraltarlaw.com
Hassans

Work Department

Trusts and Tax.

Position

Moses joined Hassans in 1994 after qualification and spent two years with the firm returning to London in 1996 to join global law firm Baker & McKenzie specialising in advising on tax planning strategies for resident, non-resident and non-domiciled individuals and on inheritance and probate matters. Moses returned to his native Gibraltar and re-joined Hassans in 2000.

Moses is one of the firm's leading lawyers in setting up, administering and advising on offshore trust structures. He advises on issues concerning the formation and validity of complex trust structures and on the on-going operation of trusts across jurisdictions.

Moses also provides active management and control for major investors in UK real estate.

Career

Moses has contributed chapters and articles to several publications on the law, formation and administration of trusts and has spoken on the same subject at a number of trusts conferences.

Languages

English and Spanish.

Member

Moses became a member of the Society of Trusts and Estates Practitioners in 2005.

Education

Moses Anahory graduated from Middlesex University in the UK with a Bachelor of Laws with Honours. He qualified as a Barrister in 1994 and qualified as a Solicitor in 1997.


Gibraltar

Commercial, corporate and M&A

Within: Commercial, corporate and M&A

The prominent and well-regarded Hassans advises the Gibraltar government on various new laws that affect the corporate and commercial sector. The practice is led by James Levy CBE QC, Richard Buttigieg, Javier Chincotta, Michael Castiel, Vikram Nagrani, Peter Montegriffo QC, Ian Felice and Moses Anahory. Also notable in the team is corporate and M&A specialist Abigail Cornelio. The firm acted for Sunborn Gibraltar on the issuing of a €58m bond, which is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm and, in another highlight, advised the Gibraltar Football Association on its acquisition of the Victoria Stadium from the government of Gibraltar.

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Private client

Within: Private client

Hassans focuses on a range of issues in the private client space, including securing resident status, transferring assets and taxes. The firm has particular experience acting for high-net-worth individuals. Tax and trust legislation specialist James Levy CBE QC leads the team together with complex trust and fintech expert Moses Anahory. They can call on the expertise of Peter Montegriffo QC, who is known for multi-jurisdictional tax and private client matters.

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