Gofaizen & Sherle is an international FinTech law firm headquartered in Europe with physical representations in Estonia, Lithuania, Poland, Germany, Czech Republic, Canada and Dubai.
Our goal is to assist entrepreneurs all around the globe to start and gain a foothold of their businesses in the actively developing and growing field of FinTech.
We use a complex methodology to help our Clients in fulfilling their business ambitions in the financial field, providing them assistance on every stage of doing business, starting from companies incorporation, business infrastructure setup, maintenance services and we provide them with full legal support for operating license acquisition and maintenance. Our Clients get full-stack services under one roof which allows them to plan and prioritize the next steps with very little time and limited resources.
Our Portfolio of clients includes hundreds of firms operating in the financial field such as crypto companies, EMIs, Investment funds, Forex traders, Securities traders, etc. Whom we have assisted with a full setup of their business.
In Gofaizen & Sherle Client needs are being put first. Each case begins with close communication with the Client in order to develop the best cooperation model for the fulfillment of goals set. We offer a broad set of services including consulting, legal services, company formation, etc. All our services are aimed at the optimal implementation of business strategies for our Clients.
Senior Partner, Consultant
Senior Partner, Lawyer
Junior Partner, Consultant
Senior Associate, Lawyer
Dr. Pečiūrienė Aleksandra, Ph.D.
Senior Associate, Chief Accountant
Senior Associate, Consultant
Senior Associate, Lawyer
Namık Berk Vurkır
Associate, Head of Privacy Unit
Head of IT Services
Associate, HR Manager
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