Carey Olsen provides corporate, financial and regulatory advice to a broad spectrum of technology companies across multiple industry sectors.
Our lawyers combine a wealth of experience across legal and regulatory disciplines to assist businesses in the fintech, insurtech, digital asset, software, telecommunications, satellite and subsea cabling sectors.
We advise on all aspects of Bermuda law and regulation affecting these industry sectors, including corporate governance, regulatory and licensing requirements, restructuring, financings, M&A, capital markets, data protection and commercial licensing agreements.
Our digital asset practice covers transactional and regulatory matters. In particular, we advise on the formation and licensing of digital asset businesses and digital asset issuance projects as well as non-regulated activities such as digital asset mining and reward programmes. We also advise on establishing and conducting digital asset business in Bermuda and work closely with our colleagues to advise on property, employment, immigration, economic substance and other local related matters.
We advise on the implementation and use of technology across the insurance industry, including applications for innovative insurers and insurance intermediaries that wish to participate in Bermuda’s insurance regulatory sandbox and innovation hub. We also advise insurance industry participants on the formation and governance, as well as their deployment, of technology. We are deeply familiar with insurance as a regulated industry, and our multi-disciplinary teams ensure compliance with the law as the sector evolves.
Our software practice includes the provision of IP, commercial contract and licensing advice. Our telecommunications, satellite and subsea cabling practice covers local regulatory compliance, corporate governance, financing and M&A activities.
Clients include international and locally listed companies, private companies, investors, joint venture vehicles and high net worth individuals.
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