In the drive to digitise, automate and improve financial processes and security there is an increased demand for legal support. This support covers financial regulation, fundraising techniques, data and privacy management and financial transparency as well as the need to help foster the growth of businesses in the sector. Our team of experts have lived and breathed these cutting edge and evolving issues at the sharp end, advising public and private sector bodies, service providers and recipients in the capacity as private practitioners and as in house counsel.
As a team of experts with a strong track record in Banking & Finance, Insurance, Private equity and fundraising, intellectual property protection, Regulation and Governance, coupled with technology and its use, and the collection, use and monetisation of data, we are well placed to advise clients across the FinTech sector.
We advise across the spectrum of legal issues, from advice on perimeter rules and regulatory issues, to product development, and distribution and marketing . Our team of FinTech lawyers can support your business in getting to grips with innovative technologies covering crypto assets, blockchain, alternative lending such as crowdfunding, e-banking/m-banking and digital wallets, insurtech, regtech, payment platforms and AI, machine learning and automation as well as advising upon infrastructure, cloud computing and procurement and cyber security, working closely with our wider technology, corporate and IP teams and as well as our data protection experts.
With a sound understanding of the complexities of global compliance, we ensure your business is compliant with regulation and laws as they apply to FinTechs.
We also offer clients in the sector expertise on how to set up and grow their businesses attracting funding through various rounds to optimise capital structures while ensuring founder protection and avoiding over-dilution of their equity.
The firm also works closely with Fintech specialist firm, Karm who have offices in Abu Dhabi and Dubai. Karm have been recognised as one of GCC’s top emerging tech law firms and regularly speak at events around cyber security, blockchain and data protection.
Rachelle Sellek and Jonathan Geen are regular contributors to talks and seminars on blockchain regulation and the future of money and payment systems.
“Very commercial and pragmatic.”