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IT Finanzmagazin

LegalTech Lexemo promises that the online tool 'Cara' improves the way in which bankers, lawyers, auditors research and communicate capital requirements regulation (CRR) issues and ensure compliance. 

LegalTech Lexemo launches transparent CRR research workflow for expert knowledge


The brothers have founded together a Fintech to support lawyers. But the two have little in common.

"Youtube for lawyers" - two brothers found a special Fintech

Süddeutsche Zeitung

Digitalization is now beginning to take hold of lawyers, and more and more law firms are cooperating with young tech companies. Much of what was done by hand will be automated in the future.

The end of the lone warriors


Digitalisation does not stop at law firms either. Under the keyword LegalTech, software is increasingly replacing the work of lawyers. Start-ups are also working on the future of legal advice in Frankfurt.

The computer becomes a lawyer


Interview with Lexemo CEO Pascal Di Prima. CARA, the first product of Lexemo, which recently started with a ‘pilot beta test’, is an online subscription service for the European Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR) suitable for single users, teams and large financial institutions. 

Transparency for financial markets regulation

Rhein Main Startups

Interview with Lexemo CEO Pascal Di Prima. Lexemo was founded at the end of 2016 and is a LegalTech start-up with the goal of making European banking regulation more accessible and transparent through visualisation. 

"Customer feedback is the basis for every product development"

Legal Tribune Online

A new Legal Innovation Hub wants to work on the future of legal advice. In the workingspace in Frankfurt, law firms, legal departments, legal technology companies and educational institutions are to develop new ways of thinking and products. With Ryter, Lexemo and Streamlaw, three LegalTech companies also move in.

Reinvent Law opens in Frankfurt

Press Release Hesse State Government

"Frankfurt must become a FinTech centre".


In particular, the Minister informed himself about the work of Lexemo, CCEX and Traxpay.

Minister Al-Wazir visits TechQuartier


By FINTECH Books Contributor, Pascal Di Prima, CEO & Co-founder at Lexemo, Co-Author Tobias Bauerfeind, author for Lexemo LLC and a financial supervision lawyer in Frankfurt.

Banking supervision at a crossroads