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Technology / FinTech

FinTech and RegTech companies address financial and regulatory challenges by providing innovative technological solutions for a variety of financial needs. These include international money transfers, payment services, loans, insurance, software for personal financial management and more, through applications, advanced analytics and online financial solutions.

The FinTech sector is one of the most promising and growing fields in the world of entrepreneurs, since the traditional character of the financial world leaves plenty of room for innovative solutions.

 

The high entry barriers in the financial sector, the dominance of the banking system and the complex regulations in the sector, pose many legal and regulatory challenges that require ongoing professional counsel from a law firm which has extensive expertise in contending with the regulatory hurdles that are unique to the FinTech sector from the get go.

 

We represent FinTech companies, startups, investors and entrepreneurs and provide ongoing legal advisory services throughout all stages of the venture, from defining the product, through product development and until its launch. Our legal services include regulatory issues, representation before the various regulatory authorities, licensing issues, online trading and payments, intellectual property, information security and more.

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May 7, 2017

Tel Aviv University Innovation Conference

For the second year, Barnea & Co. is taking part in the Tel Aviv University Innovation Conference. In the framework of the conference, Adv. Ariella Dreyfuss, Adv. Yuval Lazi and Dr. Dotan Baruch, Partners in our firm, will judge in the start-up competition in the Fintech, Gaming and IoT sectors. Adv. Micky Barnea, our Managing Partner, is lecturing on the subject of the legal challenges entailed in late staged startups and will judge in the competition final with other mentors from Shazam, Prezi, Capsula, Strauss Group and IAI. Adv. Yuval Lazi is also participating in a panel discussion on funding a start-up, together with a representative of the Office of the Chief Scientist and the CEO of "Cockpit", El-Al's start-up support program.

Technology / FinTech

FinTech and RegTech companies address financial and regulatory challenges by providing innovative technological solutions for a variety of financial needs. These include international money transfers, payment services, loans, insurance, software for personal financial management and more, through applications, advanced analytics and online financial solutions.

The FinTech sector is one of the most promising and growing fields in the world of entrepreneurs, since the traditional character of the financial world leaves plenty of room for innovative solutions.

 

The high entry barriers in the financial sector, the dominance of the banking system and the complex regulations in the sector, pose many legal and regulatory challenges that require ongoing professional counsel from a law firm which has extensive expertise in contending with the regulatory hurdles that are unique to the FinTech sector from the get go.

 

We represent FinTech companies, startups, investors and entrepreneurs and provide ongoing legal advisory services throughout all stages of the venture, from defining the product, through product development and until its launch. Our legal services include regulatory issues, representation before the various regulatory authorities, licensing issues, online trading and payments, intellectual property, information security and more.

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P. Capital Markets, Corporate, Kibbutz Sector, Private Clients, Technology

News and updates - Technology:


May 7, 2017

Tel Aviv University Innovation Conference

For the second year, Barnea & Co. is taking part in the Tel Aviv University Innovation Conference. In the framework of the conference, Adv. Ariella Dreyfuss, Adv. Yuval Lazi and Dr. Dotan Baruch, Partners in our firm, will judge in the start-up competition in the Fintech, Gaming and IoT sectors. Adv. Micky Barnea, our Managing Partner, is lecturing on the subject of the legal challenges entailed in late staged startups and will judge in the competition final with other mentors from Shazam, Prezi, Capsula, Strauss Group and IAI. Adv. Yuval Lazi is also participating in a panel discussion on funding a start-up, together with a representative of the Office of the Chief Scientist and the CEO of "Cockpit", El-Al's start-up support program.

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