Soeradj Ramsanjhal

Soeradj Ramsanjhal

Joining Stibbe in 2014, Soeradj advises financial institutions in the Netherlands and abroad on a broad range of complex regulatory, compliance and enforcement matters.

He advises on many subjects relating to market access, ongoing requirements for licensed institutions and enforcement related issues. In addition, Soeradj has expertise with the regulatory aspects of listed companies, finance and M&A transactions, litigation, and legal aspects relevant for FinTech companies.

Soeradj is part of both the Stibbe Financial Markets practice group and the Criminal Law practice group. He has a master’s in criminal law from the VU University of Amsterdam and he attended the Stibbe MBA Highlights Programme at INSEAD (2017).

He regularly publishes articles on regulatory and enforcement related subjects.

  • Languages: Dutch, English, Hindi
  • Admitted to the Amsterdam Bar: 2011

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05.02.2019 NL law
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24.01.2019 NL law
Dutch Financial Regulators recommend a Dutch national licensing regime for crypto exchange platforms and crypto wallet providers

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05.02.2019 NL law
UK investment firms will be temporarily exempt from the Dutch licensing requirement as of 30 March 2019

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