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Advising our clients on different opportunities and challenges of the industry.
Deacons’ lawyers regularly counsel major multi-national financial institutions, asset managers, FinTech start-ups and companies in the region on a wide range of legal and regulatory issues including digital and virtual banking, virtual assets, online lending, e-wallets and digital payment.
Our extensive technology experience, combined with strong regulatory and financial services practices, enables us to provide commercially-focused and practice advice to support clients in staying at the forefront of the fast-evolving market.
We advise FinTech investors in investing in Fintech portfolio through combinations of equity, convertible bonds and loans. We provide continuous legal support throughout the whole life cycle from acquisitions, development, financings and exits.
We, on the virtual asset front, advise issuers, DLT trading platform and investment managers on regulatory and licensing requirements in relation to the issue, offering, trading and investment management of crypto assets.
The team also includes patent attorneys, agents and executives qualified in Europe, the UK, Australia and PRC and who are highly experienced in working with our FinTech lawyers for IP protection.
Our commitment to the practice area is demonstrated by our breadth of dedicated resources.
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Fintech Legal Guide for Hong Kong and Singapore
The bilingual Fintech Legal Guide for Hong Kong and Singapore jointly presented by Deacons and Rajah & Tann is a side-by-side comparative overview of the laws and regulations which are highly relevant to Fintech businesses planning to operate in either or both jurisdictions.
This comprehensive guide covers various crucial aspects of Fintech, including the regulatory landscape, sales and marketing of digital products, data protection and privacy, intellectual property, anti-money laundering regime, company establishment, and talent utilisation.
As Fintech continues to revolutionise the financial services industry and create new growth opportunities in the global market, this guide will provide valuable insights for businesses considering international expansion through navigating the complexities of Fintech regulations.
Please click here or scan QR code to read the guide:
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