Fintech & Funds
We support our clients through a wide range of regulated activities including authorisations, change of legal status, change of control, approved persons, appointed representatives, regulatory opportunity and compliance, and specialising in the impact of new technology
How we will help?
Medici Legal enjoys the positive role as 'strategic enablers' of your firm's growth in your sector.
We will explain what the legislation actually means: all of it as it applies to you.
Our aim is to demystify regulation and the law and present our understanding in an accessible form which makes sense to you. We do the hard work; research, analysis and summarise raw legislation and regulation to address your needs. That means you do not waste your time trying to make sense of it on your own; leaving you with more time and better conclusions to focus on your objectives.
We can work with you as if we were your inhouse legal team. Equally we can operate alongside your in-house legal and compliance teams, offering a hand in glove service. Our experience and areas of expertise lend itself well to an outsourced advice service - we will identify the legal issues and the associated legal concerns within the areas of our remit and then report our findings and guidance back to you
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Where is the legal risk?
Fintech works in between the gaps exploiting opportunities in a highly regulated environment, often as apart of a process or work flow. The novelty involved in creating Fintech for the financial services industry involves risk. Financial services regulatory complexity is the source of legal risk.
The Fintech professional has many hurdles to overcome, many of
these stem from the legislative and regulatory framework or the commercial agreements signed up to: all together these have created a kaleidoscopic regulatory framework to take into account in your business.
Do we need to mention the constant challenge of constant change to deal with?