We are lawyers who are engaged in the regulation of the financial market and the provision of financial services over the long term. At the same time, we think about how new technologies shape substance of our approach to services, products, the way of life and business. Perhaps nowhere is this phenomenon more paramount than in the financial services landscape.
We are passionate watchers of disruptive potential that new technologies bring in. The law does not escape from these phenomena. Changes already come in the area of consumer lending, asset management, payment services, insurance, data protection or e-commerce. We want to be in these changes and think about them. And we know we’re not alone. That’s why we have opened this blog. Its purpose should also be to stimulate discussion. Discussion that should ideally lead to concrete proposals to improve the regulatory environment in our country in order to make the regulatory environment truly effective and not preventing new technologies and approaches in financial services from development without a proper cause.
We are also co-authors, along with others, commenting on the Investment Companies and Investment Funds Act and on the Civil Code. And authors of a series of posts in academic publications or on the Internet. We regularly engage in lectures and participate in expert discussions on financial regulation.
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