Regulatory affairs and government relations

The experts of ECOVIS ProventusLaw hold an extensive track record in working with strictly regulated sectors such as financial market, telecommunications and gambling.

The law office represents clients in relations with the Bank of Lithuania, the Communications Regulatory Authority, the Gaming Control Authority and other public authorities.

We know perfectly well that in pursuing business goals legal solutions based on the current regulation are not always sufficient and therefore we provide advice and assistance in changing legal regulation. We cooperate closely with organised business structures in representing the interests of business entities.

Loreta Andziulytė

Head of practice group

Loreta Andziulytė

Partner, attorney at law

The experience by ECOVIS ProventusLaw include:

ECOVIS ProventusLaw has a certified lobbyist who is authorised, in accordance with the procedure set by law, to formally act in the interests of our clients seeking the enactment and/or amendment of certain laws or other legal acts. The services of the lobbyist are provided in the Seimas (Lithuanian Parliament), the Government, state and municipal authorities as well as in relations with political parties.
The lawyers of ECOVIS ProventusLaw assist in drafting required legislation, ensuring its effective application to new business models.

ECOVIS ProventusLaw assists in drafting legislation and provides lobbying and representation services to business associations representing the business interests of their members.

Success stories

News

Discussion in the Lithuanian Parliament: how to manage Fintech risks?

25/11/2019 To open Fintech Inn week Fintech Hub LT whose active member is ECOVIS ProventusLaw, initiated Discussion “Financial technologies in Lithuania: possibilities and risks”, in Lithuanian Parlament:

Bank of Lithuania provided recommendations on raising capital through STOs

04/11/2019 The Bank of Lithuania has issued the Guidelines on Security Token Offering (STO) which provide greater regulatory clarity and aim at higher investor protection. The Bank of Lithuania is