Lina Engler advises national and international companies on capital markets law and financial regulatory law. One of her focuses is regulatory advice with regard to the digital transformation of banking, financial services, investment products and payment transactions.
Her specialisation is advising on issues related to alternative forms of financing, in particular crowdfunding and ICOs, as well as alternative investments, ranging from alternative investment funds to blockchain based projects such as NFTs and cryptocurrencies.
She assists clients in the regulatory legal implementation of their ideas and accompanies them e.g. in BaFin proceedings (negative certificates, licensing).
Lina studied law in Cologne and Bangalore (India) with a focus on public economic law. She completed her legal traineeship in Cologne, Berlin, Bonn and Bangkok and worked, among others, in the European Committee of the Bundestag and at the German Embassy.
She is a co-host of the Osborne Clarke FinTech Blog.