Technology law boutique noted for work at the intersection of telecoms regulation and cloud services, social media, data protection and cybersecurity. Advises on the application of EU and UK financial services regulation to mobile payment models, including as part of new product releases. Assists with international digital services projects in the healthcare sector."
How our financial regulation team can help you
Nowhere are the lines more blurred between technology and business than in the finance sector. Disruption and innovation are everywhere: fintech start- ups, insurtechs, crowdfunding and peer-to-peer lending platforms, robo-advisors, crypto platforms, market data suppliers and users, benchmark administrators, e-money wallet providers and payment service providers are among new firms whose business is largely online. Established players are racing to catch up. At the same time, regulatory compliance is increasingly technical in nature.
More than ever, financial companies need lawyers who truly understand technology, who appreciate the seismic changes shaking up finance and what it all means from a regulatory point of view. That’s what you get with our specialist financial regulation team. We’ll help you understand how to comply as you roll out digital services and embark on new relationships with customers and vendors. Whether you’re a challenger start- up or global investment bank, our approach is the same: we give integrated, multi-disciplinary advice from a commercial, strategic perspective.
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