Burges Salmon

Burges Salmon

Address One Glass Wharf
United Kingdom
Website Visit Company Website
Email jonathan.reddihough@burges-salmon.com
Telephone (+) 01173076970
Year Est. 2004
Number of employees 700
About Burges Salmon

Our team of fintech lawyers specialise in business models involving innovative technologies – from ebanking and crypto assets, to crowdfunding, regtech, data analytics, payment platforms and automation. We have a deep understanding of the regulations affecting the sector and are experts at helping businesses ensure they are compliant with fintech law.

Our fintech law expertise includes the following:

•Preparing technology transaction and licensing agreements needed to underpin and commercialise the next generation financial technologies

•Providing regulatory advice on the evolving UK legislative framework and the compliance requirements of financial technology businesses

•Domestic and cross border mergers and acquisitions, equity investments and joint ventures in the financial technology sector

•Payment services, emoney and payment platforms

•Our cross-disciplinary teams allows us to advise clients of all sizes on a broad range of issues from relocating to the UK in order to take advantage of working with the FCA as an innovative regulator, to specialist employment, technology and regulatory issues.

Meet the team at Burges Salmon
Sarah Kenshall
Sarah Kenshall
Head of Fintech

Sarah leads Burges Salmon’s cross-departmental fintech practice and has been involved in advising on evolving technologies for over 15 years

Gareth Malna
Gareth Malna

Gareth is an associate in our Financial Services and Technology and Communications sector groups and specialises in Fintech regulation and Blockchain.

Alex Lloyd
Alex Lloyd
Senior Associate - Corporate

Alex is a senior associate in the firm's corporate team and works in all areas of corporate finance for technology companies

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