The PACTE Act of 22 May 2019, which creates a regulatory framework for both ICOs and cryptocurrency-related businesses, is the final step of a legislative process which saw France give a clear set of rules to the crypto-assets and blockchain industries.
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Hubert de Vauplane
Hubert de Vauplane co-leads the alternative investment management practice in the Paris office, offering a global and integrated vision on regulatory and transactional structuring and operations matters. He advises on EU and French laws on banking and investment services regulatory matters, asset management and funds, insurance investment regulations and financial/securities litigations, e-money and payment services, and financial institution mergers and acquisitions. He provides legal counsel on fintech, blockchain and cryptocurrency assets, and financial regulatory issues relating to investment advice, asset management, payment services and banking.
Victor Charpiat’s practice focuses on financial market regulations, as well as the regulation of fintech, blockchain and cryptocurrencies. He also advises French and foreign financial institutions with respect to financial services (notably, the marketing of financial products, investment services and post-market regulation) and other financial market transactions (credit loans, bond issuances, Euro PP, ICOs).