Collyer Law advised a technology platform for doctors on restructuring of its business operations between India and Singapore, and realignment of its shareholding and investment by a Japanese venture fund, and several HNW investors. DOCQUITY provides a private and secure online professional network for doctors and other medical professionals.
Indo Premier launches payment system Indo Premier is a private brokerage house which has invested in online platforms, stock trading system and the IPOT Fund which is an online marketplace for mutual funds. The new IPOTPay is a system allows customers with savings to invest in money-market mutual funds. The yield is approximately 7%. Go-Jek makes it to Fortune Magazine list Fortune magazine has recognised Go-Jek as one of the 56 companies that have “changed the world” alongsi
Bank Indonesia releases fintech regulation to curb money laundering A new regulation No. 19/2017, aims to curb money laundering and terrorism-funding activities related to non-bank entities offering payment systems. It will be fully imposed in six months, and requires non-bank payment system operators to implement prevention measures against money laundering and terrorism funding. Banks are to report suspicious activity or irregular transactions. There is also a requirement t
Collyer Law provided regulatory advice and documentation support for a decentralized platform on the Ethereum blockchain, on and launching its digital token sale (ICO). The platform enables users to create, trade, and settle any financial instrument on digital tokens, to create an infrastructure for decentralized creation and to trade of ERC20 tokens built on Ethereum blockchain.
Collyer Law advised an European-origin and Singapore-headquartered Fintech-focused venture capital fund on an application for a Venture Capital Fund Manager's License with the Monetary Authority of Singapore, and various operational legal requirements.