European Payments Regulation Conference 2015

The Crowne Plaza London | 01 Dec 2015

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Stevie Aquilina, Financial Services Associate of Chetcuti Cauchi Advocates, a leading Malta law firm based in Valletta, Cyprus and London, will be attending European Payments Regulation Conference 2015, that will take place between 1-3 December, in The Crowne Plaza London, United Kingdom.

European Payments Regulation Conference 2015

European Payments Regulation Conference 2015 is two days long conference that will give delegates a complete overview of changes currently underway in payments regulation. With essential commentary from regulators; transaction banks; payments institutions; card schemes; corporate clients; lawyers and industry experts, European Payments Regulation Conference 2015 will cover everything that need to be known about payments regulations. Key regulatory objectives – like ensuring consumer protection, encouraging competition, improving security standards, driving the digital economy and countering anti-money laundering – are all influencing change in the regulatory regime which applies to payments, payment service providers, payment schemes/systems and all others involved in the payments network. Workshop during the second day of European Payments Regulation Conference 2015 will lead participants with a view to help them understand how it will affect their own institutions and those they serve. 

Chetcuti Cauchi Financial Services 

This is a rapidly growing practice for Chetcuti Cauchi Advocates (CCA), has experienced year on year growth in both personnel as well as clientele. The Financial Services practice resulted in one of the largest dedicated Banking and Finance legal teams in Malta. The Financial Services Practice Group has a very well developed post-licensing compliance advisory practice with a specialist housed within the team. The firm has in-depth expertise in technology driven financial services; forex, payment infrastructure, algorithmic trading, virtual currencies, crowdfunding. Some key firsts include: first Maltese unit trust, first new AIFM compliant fund manager, first Malta based bitcoin exchange. While historically the firm’s major strength in this sector has been its Financial Services Regulatory practice, in recent years it has also been increasingly involved with corporate finance matters, including the negotiation of a EUR 50 million term loan facility intended to support a major project in the Maltese energy sector. 

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