Jan Herrmann advises national and international companies in financial regulatory law.
His areas of expertise include the structuring of alternative investments such as closed-end investment funds, profit participation rights, and crowdfunding as well as payment transaction regulatory law.
Jan supports clients in financial regulatory law, e.g. in BaFin proceedings. He advises in particular on the structuring of closed-end investment funds for fund managers.
After training as a banker with one of Germany's largest private banks, Jan studied law in Cologne. He completed his legal traineeship in Cologne and Bristol. Since January 2018, Jan has worked as a lawyer for Osborne Clarke in Cologne. He is involved as a coach at start-up events and has already accompanied several publications on regulations of ICOs/STOs.
He runs the Osborne Clarke FinTech Blog.
Osborne Clarke advises Token Group on BaFin licence, read more
Osborne Clarke advises Earlybird on €4m investment in Bitwala, read more
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