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Businesses in the FinTech sector face unique challenges. The breakneck speed and collaborative nature of projects, together with the highly regulated nature of financial services and the inherent complexity of the underlying technology, can create a number of legal issues. At Browne Jacobson, we understand the ethos of the sector and reflect it to provide responsive, clear and practical advice.
Our FinTech lawyers are fully immersed in the culture and technology of FinTech and use our detailed understanding of the sector to give legal advice on the challenges facing your business.
In a recent government announcement the Economic Secretary to the Treasury, Simon Kirby, confirmed that London is to hold a new international FinTech conference in April next year.
In this short video Paula Dumbill brings you the latest in technology law, looking firstly at a recent case on software and the Commercial Agents Regulations.
Helena Wootton talks about the result of the EU referendum and its impact on data protection reforms, together with an update on new directives.
Imagine that you have been fraudulently deprived of bitcoins. What do you do? You could inform law enforcement, but nothing may come of it or progress may only occur at a glacial speed.
Sweatcoin is an innovative and ambitious project making people more physically active. Browne Jacobson understood our vision and their advice was timely and commercially sound, but – what’s more important - it was geared to the realities of a start up: fast, reasonably priced and minimised overhead required from our side. The firm’s enthusiasm for working with emerging companies is very apparent.
As an ex-lawyer myself it was very important to me to find someone who not only displays great legal skills but also understands the unique challenges a start up faces and speaks the same language. We found Browne Jacobson’s financial regulatory lawyers to be very compelling, they showed a clear personal passion for what startups are doing and went the extra mile. Their performance has been impressive so far, and their approach to investing time in relationships with founders is refreshing. Telleroo is still early stage but with a great mission to disrupt transaction banking ahead, I feel in good hands when it comes to future legal challenges.
They have a clear understanding of the underlying technology and how legal matters relate to it, and are very helpful too at keeping us up to date with legislative changes.
They did an excellent job. They were always available, responsive, pragmatic and easy to work with.
The Bank of England has recently made some interesting comments on the value of its FinTech Accelerator, stating that it was set up “precisely to develop our practical experience of FinTech.”
On 5 July 2016, the European Commission published a bold plan to bring virtual currency exchange platforms and custodian wallet providers under the 4th Anti-Money Laundering Directive.
The personal data of up to 2.4 million Carphone Warehouse customers, and up to 90,000 credit card details, may have been accessed by hackers on 5 August 2015. The company notified customers of the breach on 8 August.
Partner and Head of IP and Commercial Group
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