Brockdorff Grech Law covers a broad range of industries, in particular: Gaming, Technology, Financial Institutions, and Private Equity.


Malta is well-known for hosting gaming corporations in a regulated environment.  Having worked with gaming (both Igaming and land) operators since 2006, Juanita Brockdorff and Louella Grech are knowledgeable of the specifics of the gaming industry, with its sensitivity to reputation and its thirst for growth.


Following a visionary move into Blockchain in 2018, Malta, with its legislation and Digital Innovation Authority, is still engaging with movers and shakers in the field of digital assets. Under the aegis of the Institute of Financial Services Practitioners, Juanita Brockdorff exchanged ideas with the Maltese Tax Administration leading to official guidance being issued on income tax, VAT, and duty matters relating to dealing and investing in decentralised digital cryptographic business.

Financial Institutions

Having been through a steep learning curve, Malta has shifted its focus from quantity to quality, and in the Financial Services area, Juanita Brockdorff and Louella Grech boast of in-depth knowledge gained from guiding players in the industry to set up and run the show in and through Malta. From Insurance Premium Tax to the taxation of securitisation vehicles, from pension administration to reporting under automatic exchange of information obligations (CRS, FATCA, CbyC), Brockdorff Grech Law continues to enable clients to sail through the waters of regulated business.

Private Equity

Some of the oldest and largest firms in the world are not listed.  At the other end of the spectrum, start-ups often kick off their life-cycle by virtue of private equity. Juanita Brockdorff and Louella Grech leverage their knowledge and experience in guiding clients in this sector from financing deals, to concluding transactions, onto reorganisations of investments, and finally exits  – all with a view to securing satisfactory outcomes. 
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