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Legal questions regarding capital markets are of concern to investors and issuers alike. At the same time, the ever-increasing number of new EU directives and their implementation under domestic law means that the raising of capital is an increasingly complex issue. This makes our deep and comprehensive expertise in this specialist field particularly relevant, expertise which we have accumulated over many years, both in debt/equity and derivatives transactions.

With offices in 34 countries, CMS handles highly complex global capital market transactions on a daily basis. Our clients include Austrian and international banks, investment banks, issuers and listed companies, as well as financial intermediaries such as investment firms, investment funds and financial institutions.

With our expertise and advisory services covering the full spectrum in this field, we can help your company safely navigate its way through capital markets transactions. In addition, we set up a team of specialists for each project that combines local market and industry knowledge with an international perspective as well as expertise in associated legal fields such as tax or corporate law.


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29/12/2023
Tackling the misuse of crypto-assets for ML-TF purposes
As a constantly evolving sector, the crypto-assets ecosystem presents continuous challenges, particularly in terms of money laundering and terrorist financing (ML-TF) risks.To tackle the misuse of crypto-assets...
13/12/2023
Finalisation of CRD6/CRR3 and the Article 21c third country branch requirement
On 6 December 2023, the finalised texts of the EU banking package known as CRD61and CRR32 were published following the conclusion of negotiations between the EU co-legislators. In this article, we set...
15/11/2023
NFTs under MiCAR – are they regulated or not?
The Markets in Crypto-Assets Regulation (MiCAR) sets down a harmonised regulatory framework for crypto-assets. MiCAR's overarching goal is to extend regulatory oversight to those categories of cryptos...
24/10/2023
Shortening the cycle: ESMA Call for Evidence on shortening the EU settlement...
BackgroundOn 5 October 2023, the European Securities and Markets Authority (“ESMA”) launched a Call for Evidence on the shortening of the settlement cycle in the EU (the “Call for Evid­ence”).Un­der...
19/10/2023
Safeguarding the digital vault: custody and administration of crypto-assets...
With the rise of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology, European regulators have recognised the need to establish a comprehensive framework to ensure the sector's integrity, transparency and the...
19/09/2023
Trading of crypto-assets in detail
The Markets in Crypto-Assets Regulation (MiCAR) sets down a harmonised regulatory framework for service providers known as crypto-asset service providers (CASPs), which carry out activities with crypto-assets...
24/07/2023
EU proposes legislation affecting digital payments
The EU has proposed the creation of a third Payment Service Directive (PSD3) Directive to replace PSD2 and a regulation on payment services in the internal market in an effort to protect consumers involved...
10/07/2023
EU regulation mandates crypto-asset white paper
1. Definition of the crypto-asset white paperIn order to establish a harmonised framework for markets in crypto-assets in the EU, the MiCAR introduces minimum standards and disclosure requirements for...
05/07/2023
How to use E-money tokens in the EEA
The Markets in Crypto-assets Regulation (MiCAR) covers electronic money or e-money tokens, a crypto-asset that purports to maintain a stable value by referring to the value of a fiat currency that is...
27/06/2023
New EU sanctions against Russia (11th package)
On 23 June 2023, the EU adopted its 11th sanctions package against Russia. After weeks of internal negotiations EU Member States agreed on a set of additional measures which tackle circumvention and extend...
26/06/2023
Overview of the competent authorities under MICAR
Building on the CMS series of articles “Legal experts on Markets in Crypto-Assets (MiCA) regulation”, this new article describes the powers of the competent authorities of EU member states, the European...
20/06/2023
ARTs in detail
EU regulation MICAR now regulates asset-referenced tokens1. DEFIN­I­TION OF ARTSMiCAR defines Asset-referenced tokens (ARTs) as a type of crypto-asset that is not an electronic money token and that purports...