Despite the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic, her company is continuing to grow and she has just incorporated a second HQ in Stockholm. The Swedish capital was an obvious choice for Karola due to its innovation leadership-status in Europe, entrepreneur-friendly environment, gender equality, and her great memories from previous visits.
The innovative nature of many new digital projects forces companies to navigate a set of complex, often contradictory and incomplete regulatory frameworks with hardly any established practices available. For the 380+ FinTech companies in Sweden, many of which have very small fraud and compliance teams, dealing with an ever-changing legal background is daunting to say the least.
This is where the enterprising lawyers at KassaiLaw step in. What’s more, the EU-wide harmonisation of regulations for financial services means the company can apply an innovative approach that is not wedded to a single territory.