Our company consists of highly qualified lawyers specializing on projects in the FinTech field. Portfolio of our solutions includes various financial licenses such as Crypto, EMI, PSP, Investment Funds, etc. in numerous jurisdictions around the globe
European countries seek to regulate the FinTech industry. Therefore they create a rather complex legal framework regarding the activities of payment organizations, virtual currency exchanges, investment funds, forex brokers, banks, and other financial institutions. Gofaizen & Sherle's lawyers specialize in this area and know the legal challenges FinTech companies face. We closely follow all updates in the legislation and can provide you with the most up-to-date information.
Gofaizen & Sherle's lawyers know that legal problems can lead to significant losses, which will concern not only reputation issues but also financial losses. Our lawyers help bridge the gap between new technologies and FinTech rules that are slowly adapting. We will guide companies on taking advantage of new technologies and finding market opportunities in an increasingly competitive environment.
Our team members have clients assisted
Countries around the globe our cliient locations
Companies registered in numerous jurisdictions
Companies in acquiring a license/authorization in the European Union under the activities for digital asset related business, investment funds and other types of financial institutions
To assist FinTech projects expanding to other markets by delivering personalized turnkey solutions under legal and operational conditions of chosen jurisdiction environment.
To be a valued partner to our Clients and provide a differentiated offering leading in value-for-value returns.
Gofaizen & Sherle provides a full range of legal services for FinTech organizations, from project planning considering the requirements of regulatory authorities, business registration, obtaining a license, and further support. We work with crypto companies, exchanges, e-wallets, investment brokers, investment funds, and other FinTech organizations.
European countries require crypto organizations that want to operate on their territory to undergo verification and obtain a work permit. Gofaizen&Sherle fintech lawyers will check how your organization meets the requirements of the chosen jurisdiction, help you collect the necessary documents, and fill out an application for a license.
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This license allows individuals to issue electronic currencies and perform actions with them (store, exchange, sell). The fintech lawyers of our company will help you create an organization that will meet all the requirements of state regulators and obtains the appropriate work permit.
Company Registration in EU & Europe
Before you apply for a license, you must register as a legal entity. Each European country sets its own regulatory rules, and our experts will suggest how you can improve your company and help you collect the necessary documents.
Crypto Accounting services
Crypto organizations must regularly submit a report on their activities to the relevant regulatory authorities; based on this data, taxes will be calculated, so this issue should be treated very carefully. Our experts will help you prepare accounting documentation, which will help you avoid fines or other problems.
High Risk Business Bank Account
Many European banks refuse to open accounts for high-risk businesses. Our experts are aware of this problem and will help to quickly and efficiently resolve this issue. They know which banks are ready to cooperate and what arguments need to be made so that you do not get a refusal. Fintech lawyers will help you collect the necessary documents and answer possible questions.
Registration of a Small Alternative Investment Fund (AIF)
AIFs are companies that can manage a capital of up to 500 million euros and attract various investors. They can manage a portfolio of virtual currencies, real estate, bonds, stocks, and other assets. Our experts will help you register AIF and help resolve various legal issues. It takes 2-3 months to create such a fund.
The Licensing of a Financial Institution
Our fintech lawyers help to quickly and easily obtain a license for various financial institutions - funds, securities firms, non-bank creditors, insurance companies, and other firms. They will provide you with a full consultation and help you collect the complete package of documents that you need for licensing. When ordering our services, you can be sure that obtaining a work permit will be as fast as possible.
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