A partner at Niederer Kraft Frey, Dr Thomas A Frick holds degrees in Swiss and European law and general history and is admitted to the Swiss Bar. For over 20 years he has advised banks, securities traders, other financial intermediaries and start-ups on various legal and regulatory issues. He advises numerous fintech and other finance projects (ICOs, STOs, crypto-brokers, crowd-lending, asset management, crypto-fund projects, exchange projects, payment systems and others) and is actively involved as a board member in banks, as a business angel in start-up companies and as an investor in crypto projects. He frequently gives presentations on Swiss fintech regulations, and is a regular publisher on the subject and a lecturer on banking and finance law in Zurich University’s LLM programme.
The Financial Technology Law Review provides an in-depth global overview of the fast-evolving fintech sector. It covers the most salient points of law and practice in each jurisdiction, including key licensing and other regulatory requirements, common business models and digital markets, intellectual property, data protection and much more.