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The Dutch Central Bank has granted Rewire EU B.V., the Dutch subsidiary of Israel based fintech Rewire, a license to act as an e-money institution and provide payment services. Rewire is a rapidly growing fintech focused on servicing the payment needs of migrant workers.

Headquartered in Amsterdam, Rewire EU B.V. will provide e-money- and payment services on a cross-border basis throughout the EU.

NautaDutilh assisted Rewire on its license application, including on the set-up and corporate governance of the Dutch entity, reviewing policy documents and contractual documentation and liaising with the Dutch Central Bank. 

NautaDutilh’s fintech team has assisted the majority of the licensed e-money institutions in the Netherlands on obtaining their license.

NautaDutilh's team was led by Jasha Sprecher and consisted of (among others), Frans van der Eerden, Lisette Simons, Merle de Vries, Hakima Laktit (Financial Law), Jacqueline van Essen, Terrence Dom (IP/ICT/Privacy) Rutger Goudswaard, Joppe Schoute (Corporate M&A) and Florine Kuipéri (Corporate M&A / Notarial).

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