The Banco Central del Uruguay’s mobile-based app for the transfer of funds


Guyer & Regules and FERRERE advised on the transaction

The Banco Central del Uruguay (BDC) announced Wednesday that a limited number of users would help testing a mobile-based app for the transfer of funds.

Banco Central del Uruguay is the central bank of the country. The financial istitution engages in monetary and regulatory services.

The Roberto Giori Company is in charge for the development of the platform and

In Switch is in charge for the digital wallet structure.

Guyer & Regules advised The Roberto Giori Company with Álvaro Tarabal (Picture), Florencia Castagnola and Federico Piano.

FERRERE advised In Switch with Sebastián Ramos.

Involved fees earner: Álvaro Tarabal – Guyer & Regules; Florencia Castagnola – Guyer & Regules; Federico Piano – Guyer & Regules; Sebastián Ramos – Ferrere Attorneys;

Law Firms: Guyer & Regules; Ferrere Attorneys;

Clients: The Roberto Giori Company; In Switch;

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Author: Ambrogio Visconti.