Dr Cherise Abela Grech > GTG Advocates > Valletta, Malta > Lawyer Profile

GTG Advocates
66 OLD BAKERY STREET
VALLETTA VLT 1454
MALTA
Malta

Work Department

Financial Services, Corporate Law, Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies, Citizenship and Residence

Position

Associate

Career

Dr Cherise Abela Grech joined GTG Advocates as an associate in 2013 and was called to the bar in 2014. Her main areas of practice are corporate and financial services law, blockchain and DLTs and Cryptocurrencies, including ICOs. She also regularly assists clients in citizenship and residence matters.

Languages

Maltese, English, Italian and French

Memberships

Chamber of Advocates

Education

Dr Abela Grech read law at the University of Malta. In furtherance of her studies, she read for a Masters in Financial Services and submitted her Masters thesis entitled ‘Exchange Traded Funds: an area for growth for the Maltese Funds Industry?’.

Lawyer Rankings

Malta > Commercial, corporate and M&A

GTG Advocates’ broad expertise spans corporate, commercial, regulatory and compliance matters, share option agreements and share incentive schemes as well as corporate restructuring. The group is noted for its work in the technology, fintech and gaming spaces. Managing partner Ian Gauci co-heads the the corporate and commercial practice alongside senior associate Terence Cassar, who is especially sought after to advise on M&A transactions, acquisitions of gaming companies and games distribution projects, and senior associate Cherise Abela Grech, who regularly acts for investment funds and financial institutions.

Malta > Private client

The private client team at GTG Advocates has expertise in handling issues related to obtaining citizenship and residency, along with succession planning and real estate matters. Ivan Gatt and Robert Tufigano jointly head the practice which also includes Cherise Abela Grech and Maria Attard.

Comparative Guides

Malta: Fintech October 2021 This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to Fintech laws and regulations that may occur in Malta.