ARAMIS assists its clients, a wide range of payment industry actors, in the setting up and management of domestic and cross-border programmes and cooperation agreements. This includes the legal structuring, the negotiation of commercial and IT agreements, the subsequent regulatory procedures and license applications with the French supervision authority (ACPR) as TPP payment, e-money or credit institution. ARAMIS participated in the transposition workshops of several EU Directives, is a member of the joint ACPR-AMF Fintech Innovation Forum and developed a network of European lawyers specialized in Fintechs. The practice is ranked by Chambers Global, Leaders League and Who’s Who Legal.
Our ranking on Chambers Global :
On 2020, The department has been ranked as “Recognised Practitioner”. Benjamin May, head of this practice has been ranked on band 3.
Clients say that Benjamin May of ARAMIS Société d’Avocats is “extremely specialised in his knowledge of the sector and his legal analyses and consultations are of a very high quality.” He is predominantly active on the payment services and fintech mandates, and has further expertise in issues concerning e-money.
Our Ranking by Décideurs :
In 2019, Benjamin May and his team received the designated as having “High Awareness“.