As a FinTech company, you are uncovering new ground, developing a new and innovative product in a heavily regulated sector. We can assist you to navigate the rules, regulations and best practice and provide you with pragmatic advice helping you to advance your project.

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News - 08 July 2020 - Switzerland

FinSA-Deadlines for registration with a client advisory registry

The Swiss Financial Market Authority FINMA has granted the first licences to supervisory organisations
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FIDLEG / FINIG toolkits
News - 15 October 2018 - Switzerland

Client Categories and the Appropriateness and Suitability Tests

The new regulatory framework consisting of FIDLEG and FINIG are expected to enter into force 1 January 2020.
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News - 23 July 2018 - Switzerland

PSD2: Impact for Swiss Banks & Fintech Companies

Why PSD2 is interesting to follow for Swiss parties, an overview of the new regime under PSD2 and the impact for Swiss banks and Fintech companies.
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News - 04 July 2018 - Switzerland

New FinTech License – What will be the Requirements?

The Swiss Federal Department of Finance initiated a consultation regarding a newly created FinTech license. What are the requirements?
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Integrated approach

When developing a new and innovative financial product or service, you will deal with a broad range of questions: “Will I need to obtain a license?”, “Which laws apply to my business and how do I make sure I am compliant?”, “How can I limit my risks when dealing with sensitive matters such as customer data?” Such questions require an integrated approach and sophisticated but pragmatic solutions.

Multidisciplinary international team

Our multidisciplinary team consist of experts who can assist you with all aspects of your business, from incorporating your company and reviewing the tax implications for your business, to regulatory advice on your operations. Our Swiss team works closely together with our teams in the EU, combining knowledge and experience in the other jurisdictions. Therefore, we can also assist you with advice on EU legislation and market access, providing you with more than just a Swiss perspective.

How can we help

Thanks to our integrated approach, we assist you with every aspect of your business: risk assessment with regard to regulatory aspects, strategic advice, product development, drafting contracts, handling complex transactions from inception to closing. We also keep you aware of material changes in the rules and regulations that may affect your business.

Belgian Constitutional Court decides on Fairness Tax

Launch of operations of Change Up in Switzerland