In Fintech Licensing we discuss different financial license required for fincial acitivies.
New EU Rules for Crowdfunding platforms (2021)
The EU market for crowdfunding is currently underdeveloped as compared to other major world economies. One of the biggest hurdles faced by crowdfunding platforms seeking to offer their services across borders is the lack of common rules across the EU.
Requirements for obtaining the Payment Institution (PI) License in Estonia (2021)
In Estonia, PI-s are mainly regulated by Payment Institutions and E-money Institutions Act (PIEIA) and Payment Service Directive 2 (PSD2) which sets requirements for businesses that provide payment services.
What is FinTech Launchpad in Estonia?
We work a lot with Fintechs and crypto companies. Crypto companies do fall into the Fintech category in my opinion, but it’s also a whole separate category by its own.
How much does it cost to start an online bank like Revolut or TransferWise?
It seems like everybody wants to be in the money business and make their online bank. We’re getting a lot of enquiries from entrepreneurs looking to get the electronic money institution license (EMI) in Europe.
Open Banking initiative has been driving a big change in the banking landscape in Europe since January 2018. FinTechs are targeting and improving different financial services — payments, lending applications, credit evaluations, budgeting, etc.
Overview of Estonian (Financial) Licenses
One of the things that you’d like to avoid as a starting business is any sort of conflict with the authorities. Even more so in a foreign country, as you have a very little clue from where to get help from, and whether you are paying a fair price for that help, and so forth.
Difference between E-money Institutions and Payment Institutions in Europe
Many companies contact us in pursuit of starting their brand new FinTech venture or because they’re looking to expand their activities to the European market.
Simplifying Prospectus Requirements - Growth Prospectus
Growth prospectus is for SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprises) who are looking to raise capital via public offerings.