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No “Sandbox” in Germany

British start-ups in the financial sector enjoy more freedom – is that better? Innovative providers of financial services in Great Britain are allowed into the sandbox: In the “Regulatory Sandbox”, such undertakings can test their business models in the market under less stringent regulatory supervision before becoming obliged to fulfill stricter regulatory requirements. In Germany, … Continue Reading

Greenberg Traurig Attorneys Viola Bensinger, Henrik Armah, Joey Shabot and Carsten Kociok to Present on Fintech, Nov. 23

Greenberg Traurig and Herzog Fox & Neeman LLP are pleased to co-host a program titled “Emerging Technology Briefing: Fintech Evolution in Germany and Israel” on Nov. 23, from 9:00 to 12:00 p.m. GT attorneys, Viola Bensinger, Henrik Armah, Joey Shabot and Carsten Kociok, will participate in this timely program. Information will be provided on the … Continue Reading
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