Rapid developments in technology, consumer preferences, competition from new entrants and changing regulation have combined to create a thriving fintech sector.

Our cross-practice team guides our clients through this rapidly evolving sector. We provide tailored legal services to a wide range of fintech businesses across the globe, as well as insurance companies, asset managers, payment and technology service providers, and investors. We have expertise in all core practice areas, with market-leading teams in corporate, finance, technology, cyber security, data protection, IP, regulation, capital markets, competition and insurance.

Our work includes advising on:

  • fundraising and M&A
  • restructuring
  • regulatory compliance, including payment services
  • authorisations
  • exchanges and platforms
  • big data and analytics
  • cloud computing
  • digital transformation projects
  • artificial intelligence, machine learning and automation
  • blockchain/DLT/virtual currencies
  • crowdfunding, P2P financing and ICOs

Tackling one of the biggest concerns for fintech clients, we offer cyber and data teams in an integrated offering. Our dedicated fintech practice is further supported by a wealth of complementary experience in key markets in the Asia and EMEA regions.

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