Legal and Regulatory Considerations for launching a Biometric Authentication Service in Moldova
Biometric authentication, a method of utilizing unique physical characteristics to verify one's identity, has seen growing adoption in various sectors, with significant implications for financial services. In this article, we delve into the legal and regulatory landscape surrounding the introduction of a Biometric Authentication Service in the Republic of Moldova
Proposed Amendments to the Law on Information Technology Parks in Moldova
The Ministry of Economic Development and Digitalization, in collaboration with the Ministry of Finance, has recently opened a public consultation on the Draft Law for amending Law No. 77/2016 concerning information technology parks. This proposed legislative change holds significant importance, particularly within the business community.
Webinar: "Moldova - investment opportunities"
On January 23, 2023, GRATA International, in cooperation with the Invest Agency in Moldova, will hold a webinar on the topic: "Moldova - investment opportunities".
On December 2, 2021, GRATA International held the final international online conference: "Public-private partnership and infrastructure development in Eurasia: recent changes in legislation, main problems and opportunities" for this year.
GRATA International in Chambers Europe 2021
Chambers & Partners, one of the most reputable legal directories, has recently released its Chambers Europe rankings. Representatives from GRATA International’s offices in Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Russia were identified among the best law firms and lawyers in Europe.
GRATA International assisted European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in preparation of the EBRD Transition Report on the legal and regulatory framework of state-owned companies across the EBRD regions.
Important Coronavirus business measures in Germany that you should know
Since its emergence, the coronavirus has caused devastating consequences to the whole world´s health and economy. Germany is also one of the biggest victims, although it seems to be slightly better off than other main European Countries.
Borrowers in Moldova Impacted By Coronavirus. Are you ready?
Moldovan state banking regulators issued only statements instructing financial institutions how to work with clients impacted by COVID-19/coronavirus and avoid contamination but nothing about: how to get ready for potential events of default?