Digital transformation is all about using the latest technology to improve your business model. Digital technology creates new business opportunities which in turn creates a whole new range of tax and legal challenges such as contracting, data protection, privacy questions, intellectual property, consumer protection and competition issues.
The speed at which digital technology has become an integral part of our daily lives has overtaken most legislative processes. In recent years, the European Union, Member-States and international legislative bodies have therefore increased their regulatory efforts.
Blockchain technology is part of the Digital Economy and continues to be newsworthy. Blockchain and/or DLT technology will revolutionise a wide range of sectors particularly those involving intermediaries – from finance to law, insurance, real estate, healthcare, logistics, media and the public sector. As a result, almost every type of organisation will find that this technology will impact their business in some way, together with the markets they operate within.
Our team also focuses on assisting FinTech players to bring digital innovation to the financial services industry. Our clients range from vested players in the financial markets looking for FinTech solutions, to scalable FinTech startups, as well as new players in the financial markets such as big tech companies.
With international presence, experience with innovative technology and entrepreneurial spirit, our multi-disciplinary team provides the legal assistance a FinTech player requires in today’s FinTech landscape.
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25-05-20235 years of GDPR – facts and figures about the implementation and enforcementToday marks a milestone in the field of privacy and data protection. On this day, May 25, we celebrate the 5th anniversary of the GDPR. This ground-breaking EU legislation has reshaped the manner businesses are handling personal data and empowered da