Atrium Legal Lab
Our Team of Experts can assist you Get Registered and Licensed as PSP, EMI, MSB and FSP!
Major relevant differences and services we do
- BVI Cryptocurrency Licensing and Regulations
- Canada MSB Crypto License
- Czech Republic – Crypto License
- Isle of Man Cryptocurrency
Exchange & Trade
Crypto Exchange & Wallet License
- Cyprus Brokerage Services
Forex Trading License
- Labuan Money Broker License (Forex)
- Mauritius Investment Dealer
& Broker License
- Seychelles Securities Dealers License, Forex
- Vanuatu Securities Dealers
Licenses - Forex
Institutions (EMI - PSP)
- Canada MSB
Alternative to EU EMI license
A Location for E-Money and Payment Institutions
Ireland EMI License
Payment Intermediary Services
Online Payment Services Provider (PSP)
- New Zealand FSP
Financial Services Providers
One of the World’s Prime Location for
E-Money and Payment Institutions
- BVI Hedge Funds
- Panama PIF20 – PIF50
Private Placement Funds in Panama
- UK PFLP
Private Fund Limited Partnerships
- Luxembourg - Private Asset
Management Company (SPF)
- Luxembourg SOPARFI
Holding & Finance Company
- Vanuatu Securities Dealers
Foreign Exchange (FX)
PSP, EMI, MSB and FSP
Money Services Provider (MSP)
Electronic Money Institution
Money Service Business
Financial Services Provider
First of all, you should understand that PSPs and EMIs are both European terms.
In other countries they are referred to by other terminology: for example, MSB (Money Service Business). MSBs are more equivalent to PSPs than EMIs. The terms EMI and PSP refer to different kinds of licenses granted under European law.
EMI – Electronic Money Institution (or Issuer) is a legal entity that has the right to issue electronic money and quasi-money, as well as to make payments related to e-money. To become one, an organization has to undergo thorough scrutiny by the regulators. The clearance procedure may take up to six 6 months.
PSP – Payment Service Providers offer online shopping services through electronic payments by using credit card, direct debit, online bank transfer etc... while acting as a third party between banks and customers.
The practical difference between the Electronic Money Institution (EMI) and the Payment Institution (PI) is that e-money institutions in addition to the services provided by the PI are entitled to issue Electronic Money and store clients' funds for the unlimited period of time.
Electronic Money Institution (EMI) is allowed to issue and redeem electronic money. Electronic money is a digital equivalent of cash stored on an electronic device or remotely at a server. Additionally, EMIs can be authorised to provide all of the services of a Payment Institution.
Financial Service Providers, as commonly used and named in New Zealand, must generally be registered on the NZ Financial Service Providers Register (FSPR) to legally provide financial services to clients, majority based in New Zealand. There is a requirement to also be licensed by the FMA or Reserve Bank to provide some financial services.
Financial service providers include financial advice providers, client money or property services, building societies, credit providers, credit unions, money changers, finance companies, foreign currency exchange dealers, fund managers, insurers, investment portfolio managers, issuers and registered banks.
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We are currently carrying out these licensing services both in Ireland, Lithuania, Mauritius, New Zealand and Singapore.
In reply to your request and interest for be duly registered and licensed in this area, we are pleased to provide you all relevant information, requirements, timings and fees.
Should you have any question, please do not hesitate to contact us again.
Our Team of experts will be ready to help and assist you on your application.
Our Company Services
Services we DO and Services we DO NOT DO
Our company is EXCLUSIVELY engaged in assisting worldwide clients, either individuals or corporate entities, to get duly and properly registered and licensed with local Regulators and Financial Authorities to get respective official licenses to legally carry out their cryptocurrency business activities.
Atrium Legal Lab does not carry out any sort of cryptocurrency business trade or financial service!
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