Stadler Völkel Attorneys at Law advised on the structuring of the first security token offering which will be carried out on Black Manta's investment platform.
Black Manta Capital Partners (BMCP) are a MiFID II-compliant financial services institution regulated by the German BaFin, that specializes in the structuring of security token offerings (STOs). STOs are a way of offering securities to interested investors for subscription. Noteworthy about it is the use of blockchain technology to facilitate the issue and as well as later tasks. Instead of a physical certificate, tokens are issued that represent the rights attached to the security.
The first project to be carried out via the Black Manta platform concerns the financing of part of the costs of the Berlin real estate project S17A. Alexander Rapatz, Managing Partner of Black Manta about the project: " cannot imagine a more ideal first STO for our platform: an economically attractive offer from a solid and stable real estate developer, and that in a Berlin premium location."
Oliver Stauber, partner emeritus at Stadler Völkel, structured the issue: "I am very pleased that, together with Black Manta Capital, we can successfully provide legal support for the Tigris Group to the first tokenization of a real estate project in the form of the first Real Estate STO approved by BaFin.".
Oliver Völkel, specializing in capital markets and crypto law about the project: "We have gained extensive experience in the legal support of security token offerings in the past and advise on a large number of important blockchain projects. I am pleased that we are seen as a competent and reliable partner in the industry."
The law firm Stadler Völkel specializes in capital markets law, virtual currencies and digital assets, among other legal fields. The law firm advises renowned Austrian and international companies and banks on legal issues relating to blockchain technology. Stadler Völkel are actively committed to increasing acceptance of the technology. For example, the law firm regularly publishes recordings of events in which the technology is viewed legally from different legal perspectives, organizes courses at the Juridicum of the University of Vienna and has published a legal handbook on blockchain technology. Other important projects of the law firm include the support of the first initial coin offering in Austria, the first EU-wide capital market prospectus for a security token offering, and more recently advice in connection with the cultural token project of the City of Vienna.
Stadler Völkel's advisory team consisted of MMag. Oliver Stauber, partner emeritus specializing in corporate, tax and capital markets law; Dr. Oliver Völkel, LL.M. (Columbia), founding partner of the firm with a focus on banking, finance and capital markets law, as well as Lorenz Marek, LL.M., associate at the firm.