Mares & Mares and the Tel Aviv-based Israeli-European Regulatory Consultancy firm have announced they are teaming-up to cooperate in criminal cases in the fintech, cryptocurrency, artificial intelligence, and cybersecurity industries.
According to Mares & Mares, the collaboration will revolve around assisting and representing Romanian clients in the ambit of EU and Israeli technology regulation frameworks, as well as Israeli clients who are involved in white-collar crime in Romania.
“We are seen as a Fintech, HLS, Maritime, and Proptech EU Legal authority in the Middle East and we are delighted to bring to the table our wealth of experience,” said Israeli-European Regulatory Consultancy Founder Ella Rosenberg. “We hope to become the go-to advisors for local and Israeli tech entrepreneurs when it comes to regulatory aspects and business crimes files in this field.”
“We have witnessed over the past years an increased volume of deals in the tech industry in Romania, which is also a good signal for the entire economy,” added Mares & Mares Founder Mihai Mares. “In this context, all companies, whether start-ups or investors, welcome such a mix of expertise between market leaders in white-collar crime and tech regulatory in Europe and the Middle East.”
The Israeli-European Regulatory Consultancy firm consults foreign governments, electronic money institutions, and financial institutions on their Anti-Money-Laundering practices. The firm was founded by Ella Rosenberg, the former CEO of the Israel-EU Chamber of Commerce and Industry.