Lithuania is positive about issuing electronic money institution (EMI) license to FinTech companies.
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In 2016, there was a national referendum on Britain leaving the EU, and the number of people opting to leave the EU exceeded that of those wishing to remain. Moving forward, when Britain leaving the EU becomes certain, companies in the UK shall lose the means to move people, finances, and services freely around the EU, as if it was one country. For this reason, Lithuania companies are aiming to access the whole of the EU via FinTech, and the Lithuanian Central Bank is also very positive about doing this.