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Lithuania aims to become the destination for UK Fintech companies seeking to secure EU passporting rights after BREXIT

2017-10-10 An attractive legal and technological environment, business minded and advanced supervisory authority open to financial market innovations, qualified and competitive workforce, opportunities to operate across the EU basing from

Singapore-based global payments processor “InstaReM” secures Lithuanian e-money license for European expansion

“InstaReM”, well-known Singapore-based financial technology (FinTech) company, is entering the European market via Lithuania. The regulator Bank of Lithuania issued an Electronic Money Institution (EMI) license to “InstaReM”, which is

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About Ecovis
The reasons why Lithuania could be regarded as one of top 3 countries in the EU for e-money and payment institutions
What makes us different
Three groups of requirements to apply for E-money Institution Licence in Lithuania
Our clients
Requirements to apply for Payment Institution Licence in Lithuania
Business sectors
Requirements to apply for Specialized Bank Licence in Lithuania
Practice areas
Investment funds activities and main requirements
Experience
Crowdfunding activities and general requirements
About Ecovis
The reasons why Lithuania could be regarded as one of top 3 countries in the EU for e-money and payment institutions
What makes us different
Three groups of requirements to apply for E-money Institution Licence in Lithuania
Our clients
Requirements to apply for Payment Institution Licence in Lithuania