FISCHER’s FinTech practice houses a breadth of expert legal practitioners who bring decades of expertise handling complex mandates for high-profile clients in the fintech arena, led by practice co-heads Amit Dat and Dr. Omri Rachum-Twaig.

Our FinTech clients include market-leading banks developing proprietary payment platforms, incumbent financial and technology firms with complex financial data infrastructures to manage securely and often rigid requirements for regulatory compliance, complex M&A transactions in the FinTech sector, startups and entrepreneurs offering innovative fintech products and services, cryptocurrency and algorithmic trading brokerages and platforms, investment funds investing in the FinTech sector, HNW individuals investing in cryptocurrency, banks requiring expert opinions to comply with the risk-management-based regulations when converting cryptocurrency to fiat currency, commercial and class action litigation and more.

FISCHER’s team provides comprehensive legal services guided by sophisticated commercial acumen and an in-depth regulatory understanding of this market, cultivated from extensive experience in regulatory compliance under data and privacy protection regimes in Israel and abroad, cross-border commercial/M&A transactions, taxation, litigation, intellectual property ownership and licensing, cryptocurrency and blockchain activities.

FISCHER’s FinTech practice, with respect to blockchain, cryptocurrency and other cryptographic financial assets, is one of the leading and growing practices in the field among Israeli law firms, among which only a small number of firms have the specialized professional expertise required to represent institutions, companies and individuals involved in these areas. The head of our dedicated Blockchain & Cryptocurrencies team within the FinTech practice is partner Uri Zichor, who also serves as co-chair of the Crypto Committee of the Israel Bar Association, as well as a member of the Committee for Innovation, Fintech, Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Israel.

As part of the FinTech team’s expertise on the protection, management, and commercialization of financial data, cross-disciplinary work with Banking & Finance partners Miri Kimhi and Dikla Lavy-Fischer extends the breadth of the FinTech team’s financial regulatory expertise when advising on commercial or transactional matters specific to the banking sector, to the benefit of FISCHER’s FinTech clients who are banks, non-banking financial institutions, or FinTech startups and emerging technology companies engaging with traditional financial institutions.

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