Chambers and Partners, the leading legal directory, just released the 2023 FinTech Legal rankings and it is with pleasure that we announce that GTG Advocates has once again been highly rated and ranked.

Chambers and Partners is the leading independent guide to the legal profession and the FinTech directory provides full, in-depth and comprehensive analysis of law firms and consultancy firms in Malta. GTG Advocates has been highly rated by Chambers and Partners, and awarded Band 2 status whilst Dr Ian Gauci has been awarded Band 1, the highest ranking, in the FinTech sector.

Feedback from clients to Chambers on GTG Advocates include:

“Their ability to handle complex and sophisticated matters is their forte, especially in finding clever ways to solve it in a simple manner.”

“Their understanding went beyond the direct issues at hand, showing a clear and deep understanding of the context.”

“The firm has been excellent. Every query I have had they have responded promptly, all the advice provided by them has been on point.”

Work highlights include:

“Advised ForumPay on its payments system technology, which enables gambling companies licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority to accept cryptocurrency.”

Notable Practitioners:

Band 1 FinTech Dr Ian Gauci, the firm’s Managing Partner maintains the highest ranking in the FinTech sector and ranked Band 1. Dr Gauci has expertise in technology, data protection and intellectual property matters. He has an excellent reputation on blockchain and virtual currency issues and was closely involved with the regulatory authorities in drafting and creating new legislation.

Sources attest that:

“He’s an excellent person to work with. He is technical, responsive, reasonable and logical.” “He has great knowledge in the crypto and blockchain sector.”

Associate to watch – Chambers and Partners have awarded Dr Cherise Abela Grech with an Associate to watch status. Dr Abela Grech is part of the firm’s FinTech practice and specialises in virtual currencies and distributed ledger technologies, including security token offerings and virtual currency‑related matters.

Disclaimer This article is not intended to impart legal advice and readers are asked to seek verification of statements made before acting on them.
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