We understand the interaction between law and innovation.
Originated from Delphi’s top-ranked TMT practice, Delphi’s Fintech team has a deep understanding of the legal and commercial challenges and opportunities offered in industries with technology in continuous development, and we closely follow the development of the industry.
We are proud to offer a dedicated group advising in Fintech related matters, which brings together experienced lawyers with diverse backgrounds within technology, financial regulatory, corporate commercial and data protection as well as a number of other key areas. We work closely with Delphi’s leading TMT practice, as well as with our highly experience Venture Capital team. This gives us the unique ability to advice on a wide range of different issues that clients in the Fintech sector faces, often being startups in different stages.
We have extensive experience advising in the financial regulatory area. Relevant issues are often relating to contract solutions, relations with customers and FSA, raising of capital, preparation for an IPO and compliance/regulatory. We also help our clients with various matters in connection with application and registration processes with the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority (SFSA) as well as issues related to local application of PSD2, personal integrity and assuring preparedness for the arrival and implementation of open banking.
With experience of various commercial agreements together with deep understanding of IT and new tech, the Fintech team regularly provides our clients with advice on commercial contracts, with an ability to tie complex technology with commercial agreements. We also have a deep understanding of the legal and commercial challenges and opportunities offered in tech industries.
Our work includes:
- Financial regulation; PSD2 and EBA Guidelines
- Payment solutions and systems; Open banking
- New IT law; IoT, Artificial intelligence, Blockchain and Big data
- Application and registrations with the SFSA
- Commercial contracts; B2B and B2C
- Personal integrity and bank secrecy