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Parliamentary questions
10 September 2013
E-010033-13
Question for written answer
to the Commission
Rule 117
Sir Graham Watson (ALDE)

 Subject:  Gibraltar and collaboration on tax, financial services and money laundering matters
 Answer(s) 

The International Monetary Fund’s report of May 2007 (Country Report No 07/154) noted that ‘Gibraltar has a well-regulated financial sector. The Gibraltar authorities are concerned with protecting the reputation and integrity of Gibraltar as a financial centre, and are cognizant of the importance of adopting and applying international regulatory standards and best supervisory practices. Gibraltar has a good reputation internationally for cooperation and information sharing.’

Can the Commission state whether it has ever received a well-founded complaint regarding an alleged failure by the Government of Gibraltar to provide or exchange information or failure to collaborate generally on tax, financial services or money laundering matters?

 OJ C 197, 26/06/2014
Last updated: 27 September 2013Legal notice