Fintech continues to transform the financial services sector at an ever increasing pace, with customer expectations changing and innovative new technologies reshaping the future.
Simon is a Partner and the Head of Financial institutions sector. Simon is responsible for the relationship between a prominent UK challenger bank and other financial institutions.
FIN. gives you bite-sized updates on key regulatory changes in the financial institutions and insurance sectors.
"Bond Dickinson acts for high-end clients from a number of different sectors and has a particularly strong following in retail and finance. Highly recommended for its expertise in emerging technologies such as epayments and telemetry."
Bond Dickinson and Womble Carlyle, took a key role in a prominent forum on Fintech, organised by The George Washington University Center for Law, Economics & Finance in Washington, D.C. held on 2 March 2017.
Co-sponsors of the third Fintech Forum: The Global Reach of Financial Innovation.
Specialising in commercial IT and technology matters, Alastair advises on large-scale technology implementations, licensing, the use of cloud based solutions; outsourcing and development projects.
Check out our Fintech/Insurtech post-forum resource centre, containing useful resources and insights from the event.
Big questions were discussed by a panel of industry leaders at Bond Dickinson’s event held at the London Stock Exchange on 3 November. The event charted a disruptor’s journey from concept to fundraising to maturity.
Our team has helped two of the Global Top 10 Fintech new entrants of 2015 and some of the world’s largest financial institutions achieve their business objectives.
Lawyers from Womble Carlyle discuss the potential negative impact that Brexit may have on the investment community.
The EC Cloud Select Industry Group met another milestone in its action plan for "unleashing the potential of cloud computing in Europe" with the issue of its Cloud Service Level Agreement Standardisation Guidelines.
You'd likely be forgiven for thinking that blockchain means Fintech and Fintech means blockchain, but the technologies underpinning the phrases 'Fintech' and 'Insurtech' go far beyond that.
Find our more about our experience and expertise in the fintech/insurtech market.
We consider the impact of the ET's decision in the Uber case, including the status of the drivers and their rights to enforce against the company.
Dynamic purchasing or procurement promises a fundamental shift in supply chain relationships.
As a result of its Retail Banking Market Investigation, the Competition and Markets Authority has made a provisional order requiring the major retail banks to adopt open application programming interfaces and share current account transaction data with intermediaries.
Andrew specialises in financial services regulation including issues arising out of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000, payment services and the issue of e-money finance; and financial crime.
Our Newcastle corporate team won the Deal of the Year award at the tenth annual Insider Dealmakers Awards ceremony for its work with the UK's first digital-only bank.
The Chancellor's Autumn Statement has given the Fintech sector reason to be positive about the future as a world leader in innovation.
Fintech and insurtech are at the top of the agenda for many big businesses, but how are they dealing with the pressure from new challengers?
Looking back on last year’s Fintech predictions, not many commentators accurately predicted where we would be entering 2017. Claire Coleman considers what may happen in 2017 in Finance Monthly.
A team led by corporate partners has been involved in the creation of Atom Bank from the start advising on regulatory, commercial and funding aspects.
Check out the key themes and speaker bios from our success forum hosted by Technology Broadcaster, Rory-Cellan Jones, on 3 November 2016 in London.
Check out the photos from our latest Fintech/Insurtech event held at the prestigious London Stock Exchange.
The internet of things (IoT) is transforming our home and work lives with technological developments that are changing our approach to everyday tasks and functions.