Dil-veer Kang


Dil-veer has a particular focus on fintech, payments, e-money, retail banking, cryptoassets and consumer finance.

Dil-veer has experience dealing with a wide range of fintech clients, ranging from start-up banks, large European electronic money businesses providing banking services, the payments or electronic money arms of large international retail companies, large international payment acquirers, large international money remittance firms, account information service providers, payment initiation service providers, as well as a variety of start-up payments and electronic money businesses.

He has particular expertise in advising on the establishment of complex new businesses – particularly payment service and electronic money businesses – and creation of unique new products, typically on a cross-border basis, across the wide range of business areas mentioned above. His recent experience includes the electronic money (including AIS and PIS) authorisation application for a large international fintech unicorn setting up a UK establishment, negotiating and agreeing the regulatory elements of a partnership major UK retailer’s and UK bank involving digital payments, credit and other regulatory services, advising a major UK retailer on the regulatory aspects of establishing a payments infrastructure for its proposed new online marketplace, and advising on an electronic money authorisation for a large international US-listed money remittance firm.


Pro bono

Trustee at Stepney City Farm; formerly Trustee at Clockhouse and New Charlton Community Centre.

Published Work

  • Online Platforms: “Walking” the line between legal and financial services compliance, Butterworths Journal of International Banking & Financial Law, 2019

Leadership Positions And Professional Affiliations

Member, Financial Services Lawyers Association



England and Wales, 2018

LPC, BPP Law School, 2016


MA, Legal and Political Theory, University of York, 2015

LLB, Law, University of York, 2015

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