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Driven by Knowledge.

SÉRVULO’s integrated support service for FinTech is especially aimed at advising the innovation ecosystem, namely payment institutions, retailers and financial institutions, amongst others.

SÉRVULO’s integrated support service for FinTech is especially aimed at retailers, credit institutions and public administration entities, amongst others. This service benefits from the experience that SÉRVULO has accumulated in the areas that are essential for coming up with innovative solutions needed to accompany the exponential growth of the digital economy, including in Banking Law, Data Protection Law, Information Technology Law, Electronic Public Administration, European and Competition Law.

Virtual assets: following the entry into force of the law that transposed into Portuguese legislation the Fifth Money Laundering Directive (5MLD), the pursuance of activities involving virtual assets (i.e. crypto currencies) became subject, since September 1, 2020, to the prior registration with the Bank of Portugal of all entities that intend to pursue, or continue to pursue, such activities in Portugal. To this end, SÉRVULO’s FinTech team is fully available to provide all necessary legal support in the preparation of the documentation to be included in the registration application to be submitted before the Bank of Portugal.

The multidisciplinary FinTech team at SÉRVULO is comprised of Francisco Mendes Correia, Paulo Câmara, Verónica Fernández, Inês Palma Ramalho, Guilherme Ribeiro Martins, Catarina Mira Lança and Andreea Babicean, who cover Finance & Governance matters, Miguel Santos Almeida, who advises on Litigation, Corporate Crime and Regulatory Compliance, Ana Rita Paínho, in the area of Intellectual Property & TMT, and Miguel Gorjão-Henriques, for European and Competition Law.