Laura Meliß advises national and international companies on banking and banking regulation law, as well as financing. She specialises in banking regulation law and transaction legislation.
Laura Meliß advises banks, payment service providers and technical service providers, especially companies in the field of e-commerce, on matters of banking regulation law and transaction legislation. This predominantly includes advising on regulatory matters in relation to the Payment Services Supervision Act (ZAG), the German Banking Act (KWG) and the Money Laundering Act (GwG).
She has experience in the development of new payment products and business models in the finance and payment sector, as well as managing procedures with supervisory authorities. As well as this, she provides support for transactions involving regulated entities, and advises primarily payment and electronic money organisations on matters of ongoing supervisory activities and regulatory compliance.
Laura Meliß is an associate at GÖRG Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwälten mbB. Before joining GÖRG, she worked as a lawyer at a major international law firm in Cologne.
After studying law at universities in Bonn and Salamanca (Spain), Laura Meliß completed her legal training in Bonn with clerkships at a corporate law firm in Cologne, a Federal Ministry in Berlin and the corporate legal department of a leading commercial enterprise in Munich.
She was admitted to the bar in 2014.