Betting firm moves servers to Ireland amid Gibraltar fears
GVC said on Tuesday it would move servers hosting its online gambling platforms to Ireland and bring parts of the business with EU customers under Maltese online gambling licences due to Brexit worries
GVC Holdings, which owns Ladbrokes and Coral, and William Hill have more than 1,400 employees on the rocky peninsula, which has long been an international betting hub because it had a legal framework for gambling before the UK, as well as more favourable taxes.
Competing claims over the territory have caused tension between Spain and Britain for three centuries.
About 80 per cent of William Hill’s 400 Gibraltar staff, who include financial managers, compliance officers and...
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