Whether you are starting or running a Fintech business, or you are a user of Fintech services, you need to be aware of the constantly evolving regulatory and legal landscape surrounding technology, our Fintech team provides you with a combination of tech experience with regulatory and financial services knowledge to help you develop and strengthen your business.

tablet with check sign - Luxembourg’s landscape for Virtual Asset Service Providers

Luxembourg’s landscape for Virtual Asset Service Providers starts to take shape

The transformation of the financial sector

Fintech is shaping financial services in Luxembourg and our dedicated team is actively engaged in the discussions around new regulations defining the Fintech ecosystem. It is our job to stay ahead of these changes on your behalf, which in turn allows you to stay focused on your business goals.

Finding the best and the most efficient way to carry out your business strategy 

We are an integrated cross-border multi-jurisdictional Fintech team with expertise in regulatory, finance, banking, tax, fund management and corporate, that works closely together to ensure we keep abreast of the market developments in all our home markets. Our open, entrepreneurial culture and international outlook fits well with the dynamic Fintech sector.

Clients praised our teamwork and services as follows: 

"Their strength is their teamed approach. Each member of the team working on our project is individually specialised in a certain aspect applicable to our project - as such they are covering all angles."

"They're particularly good on blockchain-related work and have given advice on different things in this area relating to entities. The firm's been very helpful and has delivered for us." (Chambers & Partners Fintech 2021)

We are active members of the Luxembourg House of Financial Technology (LHoFT)'s ICO Working Group.

Taking your business to the next level

Our Fintech team specialises in advising you in respect of:

  • ICOs/STOs           
  • Fintech licenses
  • Tokenisation of rights
  • Distributed ledger technology (including Blockchain)
  • Crowdfunding structures
  • Online financial services, including payment services and e-money
  • Acquisition and investments in the Fintech area
  • Tax and corporate structuring relation of Fintech players