The participants in the financial markets continue to face new regulation, and they need to invest more into compliance and other measures to be able to follow the requirements. At the same time, regulation opens up new opportunities. New FinTech companies may be considered to challenge incumbents, but at the same time the development of new services and partnerships between FinTechs and incumbents takes place throughout the market. Increasing digitalisation requires substantial investments from the current market participants and attracts new competitors to the market. The market also provides ample possibilities for M&A transactions, whether driven by economies of scale or new innovations.
Our Financial Institutions & Regulation team provides comprehensive counselling on local regulations and practicalities relating to banking, securities, payment services, derivatives, stock exchange and book-entry system matters as well as other financial products and transactions. The team combines Borenius’ industry expertise and knowledge from various fields of law, utilising our experts from all relevant practices for the needs of our clients. The team combines resources especially from our Banking & Finance, Capital Markets and Fund Formation & Investment Management practices, supported by our other experts as necessary, such as Technology, Media and Telecommunications practice knowledge for FinTechs companies.
We advise leading banks and other financial institutions as well as FinTechs on a wide range of regulatory and compliance issues. Our lawyers have extensive practical experience from working with legislation and advising major clients in the financial services industry, involving finding solutions while supporting establishing new business models and adapting new technologies. In addition, a number of our lawyers have a good insight to the field also from their previous in-house counsel and management roles.
Chambers FinTech | 2020
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