With innovation a longstanding national mindset, the financial sphere continues to be impacted commercially, legislatively and technologically. FinTech companies involved in payment services and products benefit from partnering with the most insightful and experienced lawyers in this ever-evolving industry. Tadmor Levy & Co. is your partner.
Thriving under the leadership of Elie Sprung and Yaniv Aronowich, our FinTech department has developed a formidable reputation, bringing vast and diverse experience in representing start-ups (and their founders) from inception through financings and commercial growth until (and beyond) exit, as well as representing investors in such companies. Our firm also represents incumbent players in Israel’s evolving fintech scene, including international and local credit card companies, banks and other financial institutions.
We have a particular forte in credit/debit card payments, digital payments, mobile payments, virtual currencies and payment methods. Our excellent standing is acknowledged by leading rankings in global and domestic legal directories, with Chambers Global citing “they have a lot of strength in payment areas: blockchain cryptocurrencies, peer-to-peer and other means of alternative payments”.
These strengths continue to attract a roster of online commerce and e-payment institutions, international payment providers, e-money institutions and Bitcoin companies, as well as Israel’s largest credit card companies, currency service providers and other traders in a range of issues, including the drafting of product terms, advice on appropriate payment services regulations, regulatory issues and compliance programs. We recently acted for a major international credit card company in all aspects relating to regulation, securities and antitrust in Israel, and continue to advise digital banking start-ups on their expansion across Israel and abroad.
Pooling together resources from other departments, as and when necessary, we ensure that such a comprehensive practice is offered to FinTech clients, and, as such, continues to attract an ever-growing pipeline of engagements.