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Payments & FinTech Lawyer

Maintaining the UK’s position as the “global FinTech capital” post-Brexit

We have all heard the mantra that ‘Brexit means Brexit,’ but what might this actually mean for FinTech firms in the UK? In this article, Rob Aird and Bradley Rice, Partner and Senior Associate respectively in Ashurst LLP’s Global FinTech practice, consider the possible implications for FinTechs, drawing on the findings of the recent report by the European Union Committee of the House of Lords, entitled ‘Brexit: the future of financial regulation and supervision,’ and the implications of HM Treasury’s FinTech Sector Strategy, launched in March 2018.

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