Frank Müller is a fintech enthusiast and partner in the Munich office of Aderhold law firm. With over nine years of professional experience advising German and international clients on banking, regulatory, payment, and anti-money laundering related matters, Frank deeply understands the issues and complexities facing the payment services industry.
As co-initiator of an alliance of fintech lawyers and a board member of the European Fintech Alliance https://www.fintech-alliance.eu/, platform representing the strategic interests of the Fintech Industry in Europe, Frank has built strong relationships with industry stakeholders, regulators, and international payment specialists. His proven reputation in the payment services industry and ability to “speak his clients’ language” not only distinguishes his advisory services but empowers his clients to focus on what they do best: Revolutionize the payment services industry.
Frank is the co-founder and editor of PAYMENT.TECHNOLOGY.LAW https://paytechlaw.com/en/, a singular source for news, trends, and critical analysis for the payment services industry. He speaks regularly at national and international conventions and is the author of numerous articles on fintech issues.
Frank studied law at the University of Regensburg and obtained his Master in Laws at the University of the Western Cape (Cape Town) in International Payment Systems.