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Financial Regulatory

In an ever-changing regulatory framework, banks, security dealers, (re)insurers, pension funds, asset managers or other financial services providers are looking to provide their services without boundaries whilst remaining within the limits of the legal landscape. With our multidisciplinary international team, we can help you face these challenges.

News - 04 July 2018

New FinTech License – What will be the Requirements?

The Swiss Federal Department of Finance initiated a consultation regarding a newly created FinTech license. What are the requirements?
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Base Erosion Profit Shifting (BEPS)
Article - 15 June 2018

FIDLEG / FINIG: What’s new?

Are you affected by FIDLEG / FINIG? And if so, what can you do to be compliant? Read about the latest changes and the impact for your organization.
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The new EU prospectus regulation
Article - 26 April 2018

The prospectus obligation under the FinSA

FinSA is part of CH new financial market architecture. If enacted as drafted today, the FinSA will introduce new rules for the prospectus obligation.
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Belgian Constitutional Court decides on Fairness Tax
Deal - 24 April 2018

Launch of operations of Change Up in Switzerland

Loyens & Loeff advised Touchcorp on the launch of the “Change Up” app.
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How Switzerland implements BEPS and how it impacts Swiss private equity funds

New Fintech regulation – Banking license “light”

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Integrated approach

Operating your business in the complex regulatory landscape confronts you with different challenges: “Do I need a license to perform my services?”, “Can I distribute my products from EU countries into Switzerland or from Switzerland to an EU country?“ and “Which services can I outsource?”. Such questions require an integrated approach, combining legal and tax advice.

Multidisciplinary international team

Our multidisciplinary team consist of experts who can assist you with all aspects of your business, from obtaining the required license to reviewing your tax structure and structuring and drafting contractual documentation. Our Swiss team forms part of our firm wide international practice groups combining knowledge and experience in all our home markets. Therefore, we can also assist you with advice on EU legislation, providing you with more than just a Swiss perspective.

How can we help

Our experienced team can assist with obtaining regulatory approvals and licenses, complying with the regulatory requirements (including AML), adapting to upcoming regulatory changes in Switzerland and the EU (e.g. FINFRAG/FIDLEG/FINIG, MiFID II/MiFIR), as well as with the set-up of your in- or outbound cross-border business in financial services.

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