Fintech and Regtech are fast-moving sectors, and our experience means we understand both the opportunities and challenges they present for financial institutions, businesses, investors and start-ups.
We are at the forefront of offshore regulatory and commercial advice, and have the expertise to provide innovative solutions in relation to the technology used to support or enable banking and financial services, and to deal with regulatory and compliance requirements effectively and efficiently.
Leveraging off our market-leading corporate and equity capital markets practice, our team has also supported Fintech businesses through Series A and Series B fundraising rounds, as well as advising technology companies, their owners and investors on IPOs and other exits.
Clients appreciate our extensive expertise and unrivalled client-base in the technology industry, which includes global technology and telecoms companies, major financial institutions and banks through to start-ups and investors. We have also advised on some of the most innovative technology funds of the past few years, including Bitcoin and Medtech funds.
By providing Fintech and Regtech clients with tailored advice, we are able to protect their position throughout the development and testing phases, foresee potential regulatory and compliance issues and help their businesses to grow and drive value.
We have excellent relationships with the regulators in our jurisdictions and have been advising technology clients in multiple locations on a broad range of areas, including intellectual property, data protection, regulation and licensing, financing and investment projects, payment services, employment issues, and mergers and acquisitions. We are at the forefront of advising on the effects of the GDPR and are involved in helping shape the legislation affecting businesses in the Channel Islands. We regularly provide training and host industry seminars on these issues.
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