Our lawyers have worked in the Fintech sector since 1999 when they advised on one of the first web-based insurance distribution platforms technology.

In the insurance, banking and funds sector, the scope of our advice to technology companies and financial institutions includes matters such as payments and payment processing, consumer product and services regulation, fund management, trading platforms distributed ledger technologies.

Our experience includes advising:

a UK insurance company on its UK IT and outsourcing procurement policy and methodology for supply chain management including putting in place a suite of standard form agreements;

a provider of distributed ledger technology on the engagement of its first employees and on its standard terms and conditions with customers for the exploitation of its technology.

an international insurance company on a cross-organisation data security and data protection (including GDPR) compliance project;

a US financial services company on the notification of a data breach involving the theft of an unencrypted laptop computer;

a global provider of augmented reality software products and services with its arrangements with an international payment provider;

a well-known multinational food delivery service on its payment processing arrangements with a large American bank in Europe, Asia and the US;

a scale-up UK technology company on its arrangements for the administration of auto-enrolment pensions with a number of UK pension administration providers;

a US insurance company on the outsourcing of its UK hosting and data warehousing functions to an Asian information technology provider;

a well-known multinational food delivery service on its joint marketing and advertising, referral and card processing arrangements with a US multi-national financial services company; and

a UK early stage pre-paid card retailer with its back office arrangements and core payment processing agreements.