Ibrahim Semer advises national and international companies on capital markets law and financial regulatory law.

His work includes advising on digital business models in the financial sector, in particular blockchain-based business models related to crypto assets, e.g. NFTs. 

In this context, he also advises companies on the implementation of anti-money laundering requirements in the regulated financial sector.

Further, he assists clients in the structuring of alternative investment funds and in regulatory issues and the implementation of Bafin procedures (negative certificates, licensing)

After training as a banker, Ibrahim studied law in Muenster. He completed his legal traineeship in Essen and worked, among others, at Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) in Bonn. 

He is a co-host of the Osborne Clarke FinTech Blog.