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Stibbe advises Centtrip

Stibbe advises Centtrip

Stibbe advises Centtrip

26.07.2019 NL law

Stibbe advises Centtrip, one the UK's premier and most innovative financial technology companies, on its expansion into the European mainland by setting up a regulated electronic money institution in the Netherlands and its licence application with the Dutch Central Bank.

Please click here for the press release of IAmsterdam.nl and the article in Business Leader.

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