Financial Law, Compliance & AML

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Why us?

How can we help?

Experience highlights

Insights

Recognition

We are an ambitious, result-driven Financial Law, Compliance & AML team. As a financial services law firm, we act as legal consultants for financial institutions and are considered one of the leading Fintech law firms in Lithuania, providing services to traditional financial institutions as well as Fintech companies. We consult banks and credit unions, financial brokerage firms, e-money institutions and payment institutions, consumer credit providers and P2P platforms, crowdfunding services providers, management companies, investment funds, investment companies and other financial market players on licensing, compliance and anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML) and other regulatory matters.

Highest quality financial law services

  • Specialised team. Our Financial Law, Compliance & AML team members specialise in the financial services sector and advise on matters related to financial compliance law.
  • Internationally recognised competencies. International Law Handbooks Chambers Europe and Legal 500 have recognised us and our team members as leaders in Lithuania in matters relating to Fintech company law. IFLR 1000 has nominated our team as financial regulatory experts.
  • Exceptional specialised knowledge. Our Fintech lawyers have gained knowledge of the Fintech industry in specialised study programmes at international universities, including Oxford, Queen Mary, the London School of Economics and Political Science, and ISM. Team members constantly improve their qualifications in specific areas. The expertise in AML is improved in ACAMS and the Lithuanian Center of Excellence in Anti-Money Laundering courses and certification programmes. Knowledge of compliance, risk and governance is improved in International Compliance Association programmes.

Solid finance lawyers’ experience globally and locally

  • International Fintech experience. Our clients’ portfolios contain traditional financial companies, financial institutions as well as Fintech companies from Great Britain, Israel, Germany, the Netherlands, and Poland and as well as Lithuanian companies operating globally.
  • Experience in representing clients in financial disputes with the Bank of Lithuania. We effectively represent financial institutions during inspections carried out by the Bank of Lithuania, and when a dispute is referred to court, we defend our client’s interests there. We have successful experience in this area, both in negotiations and in financial litigation.
  • Trusted by known market names. Out of all recognised Fintech law firms in Lithuania and Baltic Region, we are entrusted with financial law and Fintech compliance matters by such well-known names as Kevin EU, Fjord Bank, financial brokerage firms Orion Securities and DeRisk Business Solutions, Finansų Bitė, UAB, Finansų Bitė Verslui, management company Žabolis ir Partneriai capital management. Our team has acted as reliable consultants of AB Akola Group, Newsec Advisers LT, Capital Real Estate, and etc. concerning the implementation of AML and international sanctions requirements.

Contribution to more favourable business environment for financial institutions and Fintech companies

  • Working together with local authorities to build a more attractive legal environment for the sector. We take an active role in the public debate with authorities and institutions, so you might have already seen our lawyer for finance compliance putting forward suggestions informed by our practical experience that are aimed at improving the legal environment for financial services providers and Fintech.
  • Instrumental in shaping the market understanding of Fintech. We take an active role in many of the sector’s most important associations. We are an active member of FintechHub LT supporting the association on legal matters. As part of the Infobalt’s association Fintech Lithuania group, we have initiated the establishment of a resolution group on issues relating to anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing, and we were responsible for the implementation of this initiative.
  • We contribute to the training of Fintech specialists. We are also dedicated to fostering a greater understanding of the legislative backdrop of the Fintech field and educating our future partners and colleagues who might work with Fintech law firms in Lithuania. This is why we have been presenting the Fintech sector to Master’s degree Financial Engineering students at VilniusTech University for the past few years, and we also actively share our professional insights at Fintech sector events.

We are a recognized Fintech law firm in Lithuania and, generally, act as a financial law firm for various businesses in various finance-related fields. If you’re looking for a banking and finance attorney to ensure an investment fund or bank compliance or represent your business interests in financial services dispute resolution or banking and finance litigation – our experienced team of professionals is ready to help.

We have solid experience in advising clients on the regulation and provision of financial services. We regularly advise financial institutions launching new financial services or products, and implementing or updating internal processes and procedures on regulatory and compliance issues. We also represent financial institutions in examinations and inspections by the Bank of Lithuania and the Financial Crimes Investigation Service (FICIS) and have a successful track record in disputes with supervisory authorities.

Our team of professionals advises financial institutions and other obliged entities on anti-money laundering, anti-terrorist financing and international sanctions. In the context of the increasingly stringent provisions of the AML Law, we assist clients in drafting anti-money laundering procedures and policies, advise on the implementation of sanctions, and conduct annual anti-money laundering or anti-terrorist financing audits.

While international sanctions and restrictive measures remain relevant, we help businesses put in place internal control systems for international sanctions and restrictive measures, develop policies and procedures, and advise on ad-hoc issues as they arise.

We foster and value a cordial relationship with our clients. We approach each client’s situation individually and tailor the best solutions tailored to a respective client. Our strength, which is highly valued and is the reason why businesses keep coming back, is that we only provide legal advice and counsel that can be implemented in their day-to-day activities and that brings real practical benefits.

Our services as a financial law firm in this area include:

  • Licensing of financial institutions
  •  Advising on the acquisition of holdings in supervised financial institutions
  • Obtaining authorisations for acquisitions of financial institutions
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Drafting financial services contracts, internal policies and procedures
  • Legal due diligence
  • Representation of the client’s interests in disputes with the Bank of Lithuania, the Financial Crimes Investigation Service (FICIS) or other institutions supervising the client’s activities
  • Preparation for inspections and examinations by the Bank of Lithuania or other supervisory authorities, representation of client’s interests during inspections
  • Ensuring compliance with legal requirements not only for traditional financial institutions and fintech start-ups, but also for cryptocurrency-related businesses
  • Preparing and submitting applications for financial intermediaries under the programmes and calls of the European Investment Fund (EIF) and the State-established financial institution Investment and Business Guarantees (INVEGA)
  • Representing clients in obtaining financing from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)

Our services in the areas of anti-money laundering (AML), anti-terrorist financing (CTF) and international sanctions enforcement:

  • Developing or periodically ensuring compliance with internal procedures and processes that comply with the legal framework
  • Advising on the practical implementation of the international sanctions process in the company’s operations
  • Developing Know Your Customer (KYC) and Know Your Business Partner (KYB) processes
  • Annual AML/CFT audit or the performance of individual elements
  • Advising senior management on compliance issues
  • Providing staff training
  • Preparing for scheduled and unscheduled inspections and examinations by the Bank of Lithuania or another supervisory authority, representing clients’ interests during inspections
  • Representation before the Bank of Lithuania, the Financial Crimes Investigation Service (FICIS) or other supervisory authorities, including in inspections or examinations organised by them in relation to the implementation of the requirements of the AML law, as well as representation in disputes with supervisory authorities.

We delve into every situation and client’s needs and hear their expectations. As with any other business-law matters, we are flexible and strive to deliver the best result providing the highest quality within the shortest time framework.

You can benefit from our contacts and reliable business partners

  • As an active member of the Fintech community, we maintain close relationships with the kinds of institutions that are relevant to your business, including Invest Lithuania, the local start-up community and its hubs, industry associations, and the top universities that provide graduates to your field. So, with us, you will benefit from receiving instant access to a network that will help your business grow faster.
  • The Fintech business is multi-layered, so you will definitely have different needs. If you’re researching Fintech law firms in Lithuania, we would like to say – we have a reliable network of partners who have significant experience with Fintech, so we can guarantee the quality of their services too.

Motieka & Audzevičius Fintech and bank lawyers provide legal advice and various financial law services to local Lithuanian businesses and ones established abroad. We work with international companies, providing consultations on matters related to Lithuanian jurisdiction and representing their interests.

Samanta Blėdienė

Conducted AML compliance review for consumer credit provider

20 November 2023
Sigita Zavišienė, Samanta Blėdienė

Consulted the management company on international sanctions implementation and AML compliance matters

27 October 2023
Sigita Zavišienė, Samanta Blėdienė

Consulted the licensed management company on AML compliance matters

23 August 2023
Samanta Blėdienė

Consulted the financial brokerage firm on AML compliance matters

18 August 2023
Sigita Zavišienė, Samanta Blėdienė

Advised management company holding AIMFD licence on compliance matters

31 March 2023
Sigita Zavišienė, Samanta Blėdienė

Conducted the external AML audit for e-money institution Elektroninių Pinigų Bitė

27 January 2023
Samanta Blėdienė

Conducted AML compliance review for real estate brokerage company

19 January 2023
Sigita Zavišienė

Represented the client on acquisition clearance of the Lithuanian commercial bank in the European Central Bank

31 March 2022
Sigita Zavišienė, Evelina Tumakova-Kuzmič

“Elektroninių pinigų bitė” obtained an electronic money institution license

11 June 2021
Sigita Zavišienė, Evelina Tumakova-Kuzmič

Created AML/CTF process for real estate company Newsec Advisers LT

16 December 2020
Sigita Zavišienė

Advised Nandi Finance on obtaining an EMI licence

20 March 2020
Sigita Zavišienė

8th brokerage firm license in Lithuania

1 October 2019
Sigita Zavišienė

Completion of the overall structure of the investment funds

5 July 2019
Sigita Zavišienė

Two ambitious venture capital funds established

12 April 2019
Sigita Zavišienė

E-money institution licence for Lithuanian entrepreneurs

31 January 2019
Giedrius Kolesnikovas

Assisted in acquisition of financial brokerage firm

18 December 2018
Giedrius Kolesnikovas

Assisted in the incorporation of an investment fund

18 January 2018
Giedrius Kolesnikovas

Incorporation of the non-life insurance company

31 July 2015
Sigita Zavišienė, Samanta Blėdienė

Advising the holding company on the implementation of international sanctions

30 November 0202
Sigita Zavišienė

Lithuanian fintech market review

25 January 2024
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Important changes in legislation and first homework for Fintech companies in 2021

4 February 2021
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

2020 Review: Fintech sector has almost doubled

14 December 2020
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Need to know for EMIs/PIs: as of 2021 more activity reports to be submitted to the Bank of Lithuania

15 September 2020
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Risk Management in an Organisation: Evolution of the Three Lines of Defence Model

8 September 2020
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

TOP 3 things you need to know about Newcomer meeting with the Bank of Lithuania

20 July 2020
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

What are the options for UK fintech to act in Europe after Brexit?

15 May 2020
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Reporting calendar for payment and electronic institutions

21 February 2020
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Requirements for disclosure of pre-contractual information

14 January 2020
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

National security screening process

4 November 2019
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Brexit: licensing financial services remains important

11 October 2019
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Impact of FinTech on PIs and EMIs business models

24 September 2019
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Strong customer authentication under PSD2

22 July 2019
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

EBA’s opinion on the nature of passport notifications

25 April 2019
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Brief introduction of the specialised bank regime

17 August 2018
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Things to know about getting a Fintech License in Lithuania

23 July 2018
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Lithuania expands its leadership in Fintech: the ICO guidelines issued

11 June 2018
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Will it be easier for Fintech companies to open bank accounts?

3 May 2018
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Lithuanian Parliament adopted the laws transposing the PSD2

18 April 2018
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Lithuania is getting ready for implementation of the PSD2

20 December 2017
Read more

Chambers and Partners Fintech Legal

2023

It is clear that the team at Motieka & Audzevicius invests a lot of time studying the facts and thinking from different angles.

Chambers and Partners Fintech Legal

2023

Motieka & Audzevičius's strong FinTech team has a deep understanding of FinTech regulation and they try to understand the client's business model and its problems beforehand.

Chambers and Partners Fintech Legal

2023

The team always responds with immediate action and provides detailed information on the required subject.

Chambers and Partners Fintech Legal

2021

We sampled a few other law firms for this work and with the rest of them, we had the feeling that there was a big distance between who met us and who would actually do the work. That was the main reason we felt Motieka & Audzevicius would be useful and the best choice.

Chambers and Partners Fintech Legal

2021

Probably a fairly unique feature of their firm is that the team is familiar with both Lithuanian and EU law.

Why us?

We are an ambitious, result-driven Financial Law, Compliance & AML team. As a financial services law firm, we act as legal consultants for financial institutions and are considered one of the leading Fintech law firms in Lithuania, providing services to traditional financial institutions as well as Fintech companies. We consult banks and credit unions, financial brokerage firms, e-money institutions and payment institutions, consumer credit providers and P2P platforms, crowdfunding services providers, management companies, investment funds, investment companies and other financial market players on licensing, compliance and anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML) and other regulatory matters.

Highest quality financial law services

  • Specialised team. Our Financial Law, Compliance & AML team members specialise in the financial services sector and advise on matters related to financial compliance law.
  • Internationally recognised competencies. International Law Handbooks Chambers Europe and Legal 500 have recognised us and our team members as leaders in Lithuania in matters relating to Fintech company law. IFLR 1000 has nominated our team as financial regulatory experts.
  • Exceptional specialised knowledge. Our Fintech lawyers have gained knowledge of the Fintech industry in specialised study programmes at international universities, including Oxford, Queen Mary, the London School of Economics and Political Science, and ISM. Team members constantly improve their qualifications in specific areas. The expertise in AML is improved in ACAMS and the Lithuanian Center of Excellence in Anti-Money Laundering courses and certification programmes. Knowledge of compliance, risk and governance is improved in International Compliance Association programmes.

Solid finance lawyers’ experience globally and locally

  • International Fintech experience. Our clients’ portfolios contain traditional financial companies, financial institutions as well as Fintech companies from Great Britain, Israel, Germany, the Netherlands, and Poland and as well as Lithuanian companies operating globally.
  • Experience in representing clients in financial disputes with the Bank of Lithuania. We effectively represent financial institutions during inspections carried out by the Bank of Lithuania, and when a dispute is referred to court, we defend our client’s interests there. We have successful experience in this area, both in negotiations and in financial litigation.
  • Trusted by known market names. Out of all recognised Fintech law firms in Lithuania and Baltic Region, we are entrusted with financial law and Fintech compliance matters by such well-known names as Kevin EU, Fjord Bank, financial brokerage firms Orion Securities and DeRisk Business Solutions, Finansų Bitė, UAB, Finansų Bitė Verslui, management company Žabolis ir Partneriai capital management. Our team has acted as reliable consultants of AB Akola Group, Newsec Advisers LT, Capital Real Estate, and etc. concerning the implementation of AML and international sanctions requirements.

Contribution to more favourable business environment for financial institutions and Fintech companies

  • Working together with local authorities to build a more attractive legal environment for the sector. We take an active role in the public debate with authorities and institutions, so you might have already seen our lawyer for finance compliance putting forward suggestions informed by our practical experience that are aimed at improving the legal environment for financial services providers and Fintech.
  • Instrumental in shaping the market understanding of Fintech. We take an active role in many of the sector’s most important associations. We are an active member of FintechHub LT supporting the association on legal matters. As part of the Infobalt’s association Fintech Lithuania group, we have initiated the establishment of a resolution group on issues relating to anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing, and we were responsible for the implementation of this initiative.
  • We contribute to the training of Fintech specialists. We are also dedicated to fostering a greater understanding of the legislative backdrop of the Fintech field and educating our future partners and colleagues who might work with Fintech law firms in Lithuania. This is why we have been presenting the Fintech sector to Master’s degree Financial Engineering students at VilniusTech University for the past few years, and we also actively share our professional insights at Fintech sector events.

We are a recognized Fintech law firm in Lithuania and, generally, act as a financial law firm for various businesses in various finance-related fields. If you’re looking for a banking and finance attorney to ensure an investment fund or bank compliance or represent your business interests in financial services dispute resolution or banking and finance litigation – our experienced team of professionals is ready to help.

How can we help?

We have solid experience in advising clients on the regulation and provision of financial services. We regularly advise financial institutions launching new financial services or products, and implementing or updating internal processes and procedures on regulatory and compliance issues. We also represent financial institutions in examinations and inspections by the Bank of Lithuania and the Financial Crimes Investigation Service (FICIS) and have a successful track record in disputes with supervisory authorities.

Our team of professionals advises financial institutions and other obliged entities on anti-money laundering, anti-terrorist financing and international sanctions. In the context of the increasingly stringent provisions of the AML Law, we assist clients in drafting anti-money laundering procedures and policies, advise on the implementation of sanctions, and conduct annual anti-money laundering or anti-terrorist financing audits.

While international sanctions and restrictive measures remain relevant, we help businesses put in place internal control systems for international sanctions and restrictive measures, develop policies and procedures, and advise on ad-hoc issues as they arise.

We foster and value a cordial relationship with our clients. We approach each client’s situation individually and tailor the best solutions tailored to a respective client. Our strength, which is highly valued and is the reason why businesses keep coming back, is that we only provide legal advice and counsel that can be implemented in their day-to-day activities and that brings real practical benefits.

Our services as a financial law firm in this area include:

  • Licensing of financial institutions
  •  Advising on the acquisition of holdings in supervised financial institutions
  • Obtaining authorisations for acquisitions of financial institutions
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Drafting financial services contracts, internal policies and procedures
  • Legal due diligence
  • Representation of the client’s interests in disputes with the Bank of Lithuania, the Financial Crimes Investigation Service (FICIS) or other institutions supervising the client’s activities
  • Preparation for inspections and examinations by the Bank of Lithuania or other supervisory authorities, representation of client’s interests during inspections
  • Ensuring compliance with legal requirements not only for traditional financial institutions and fintech start-ups, but also for cryptocurrency-related businesses
  • Preparing and submitting applications for financial intermediaries under the programmes and calls of the European Investment Fund (EIF) and the State-established financial institution Investment and Business Guarantees (INVEGA)
  • Representing clients in obtaining financing from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)

Our services in the areas of anti-money laundering (AML), anti-terrorist financing (CTF) and international sanctions enforcement:

  • Developing or periodically ensuring compliance with internal procedures and processes that comply with the legal framework
  • Advising on the practical implementation of the international sanctions process in the company’s operations
  • Developing Know Your Customer (KYC) and Know Your Business Partner (KYB) processes
  • Annual AML/CFT audit or the performance of individual elements
  • Advising senior management on compliance issues
  • Providing staff training
  • Preparing for scheduled and unscheduled inspections and examinations by the Bank of Lithuania or another supervisory authority, representing clients’ interests during inspections
  • Representation before the Bank of Lithuania, the Financial Crimes Investigation Service (FICIS) or other supervisory authorities, including in inspections or examinations organised by them in relation to the implementation of the requirements of the AML law, as well as representation in disputes with supervisory authorities.

We delve into every situation and client’s needs and hear their expectations. As with any other business-law matters, we are flexible and strive to deliver the best result providing the highest quality within the shortest time framework.

You can benefit from our contacts and reliable business partners

  • As an active member of the Fintech community, we maintain close relationships with the kinds of institutions that are relevant to your business, including Invest Lithuania, the local start-up community and its hubs, industry associations, and the top universities that provide graduates to your field. So, with us, you will benefit from receiving instant access to a network that will help your business grow faster.
  • The Fintech business is multi-layered, so you will definitely have different needs. If you’re researching Fintech law firms in Lithuania, we would like to say – we have a reliable network of partners who have significant experience with Fintech, so we can guarantee the quality of their services too.

Motieka & Audzevičius Fintech and bank lawyers provide legal advice and various financial law services to local Lithuanian businesses and ones established abroad. We work with international companies, providing consultations on matters related to Lithuanian jurisdiction and representing their interests.

Experience highlights

Samanta Blėdienė

Conducted AML compliance review for consumer credit provider

20 November 2023
Sigita Zavišienė, Samanta Blėdienė

Consulted the management company on international sanctions implementation and AML compliance matters

27 October 2023
Sigita Zavišienė, Samanta Blėdienė

Consulted the licensed management company on AML compliance matters

23 August 2023
Samanta Blėdienė

Consulted the financial brokerage firm on AML compliance matters

18 August 2023
Sigita Zavišienė, Samanta Blėdienė

Advised management company holding AIMFD licence on compliance matters

31 March 2023
Sigita Zavišienė, Samanta Blėdienė

Conducted the external AML audit for e-money institution Elektroninių Pinigų Bitė

27 January 2023
Samanta Blėdienė

Conducted AML compliance review for real estate brokerage company

19 January 2023
Sigita Zavišienė

Represented the client on acquisition clearance of the Lithuanian commercial bank in the European Central Bank

31 March 2022
Sigita Zavišienė, Evelina Tumakova-Kuzmič

“Elektroninių pinigų bitė” obtained an electronic money institution license

11 June 2021
Sigita Zavišienė, Evelina Tumakova-Kuzmič

Created AML/CTF process for real estate company Newsec Advisers LT

16 December 2020
Sigita Zavišienė

Advised Nandi Finance on obtaining an EMI licence

20 March 2020
Sigita Zavišienė

8th brokerage firm license in Lithuania

1 October 2019
Sigita Zavišienė

Completion of the overall structure of the investment funds

5 July 2019
Sigita Zavišienė

Two ambitious venture capital funds established

12 April 2019
Sigita Zavišienė

E-money institution licence for Lithuanian entrepreneurs

31 January 2019
Giedrius Kolesnikovas

Assisted in acquisition of financial brokerage firm

18 December 2018
Giedrius Kolesnikovas

Assisted in the incorporation of an investment fund

18 January 2018
Giedrius Kolesnikovas

Incorporation of the non-life insurance company

31 July 2015
Sigita Zavišienė, Samanta Blėdienė

Advising the holding company on the implementation of international sanctions

30 November 0202

Insights

Sigita Zavišienė

Lithuanian fintech market review

25 January 2024
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Important changes in legislation and first homework for Fintech companies in 2021

4 February 2021
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

2020 Review: Fintech sector has almost doubled

14 December 2020
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Need to know for EMIs/PIs: as of 2021 more activity reports to be submitted to the Bank of Lithuania

15 September 2020
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Risk Management in an Organisation: Evolution of the Three Lines of Defence Model

8 September 2020
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

TOP 3 things you need to know about Newcomer meeting with the Bank of Lithuania

20 July 2020
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

What are the options for UK fintech to act in Europe after Brexit?

15 May 2020
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Reporting calendar for payment and electronic institutions

21 February 2020
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Requirements for disclosure of pre-contractual information

14 January 2020
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

National security screening process

4 November 2019
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Brexit: licensing financial services remains important

11 October 2019
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Impact of FinTech on PIs and EMIs business models

24 September 2019
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Strong customer authentication under PSD2

22 July 2019
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

EBA’s opinion on the nature of passport notifications

25 April 2019
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Brief introduction of the specialised bank regime

17 August 2018
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Things to know about getting a Fintech License in Lithuania

23 July 2018
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Lithuania expands its leadership in Fintech: the ICO guidelines issued

11 June 2018
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Will it be easier for Fintech companies to open bank accounts?

3 May 2018
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Lithuanian Parliament adopted the laws transposing the PSD2

18 April 2018
Read more
Sigita Zavišienė

Lithuania is getting ready for implementation of the PSD2

20 December 2017
Read more

Recognition

Chambers and Partners Fintech Legal

2023

It is clear that the team at Motieka & Audzevicius invests a lot of time studying the facts and thinking from different angles.

Chambers and Partners Fintech Legal

2023

Motieka & Audzevičius's strong FinTech team has a deep understanding of FinTech regulation and they try to understand the client's business model and its problems beforehand.

Chambers and Partners Fintech Legal

2023

The team always responds with immediate action and provides detailed information on the required subject.

Chambers and Partners Fintech Legal

2021

We sampled a few other law firms for this work and with the rest of them, we had the feeling that there was a big distance between who met us and who would actually do the work. That was the main reason we felt Motieka & Audzevicius would be useful and the best choice.

Chambers and Partners Fintech Legal

2021

Probably a fairly unique feature of their firm is that the team is familiar with both Lithuanian and EU law.

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