Our global Fintech group is multidisciplinary, allowing us to draw on, among other areas, our vast regulatory, policy, Intellectual Property (IP), banking and finance, technology, corporate, and litigation capabilities. Our team has decades of experience serving the Fintech industry that enables us to provide Fintech clients with targeted and creative legal strategies and advice.
Our team advises Fintech clients on complex financial services regulatory, compliance, enforcement, litigation, corporate, and commercial matters. We handle corporate structuring, governance matters, capital market and financing transactions, mergers and acquisitions, and the myriad commercial issues that impact our Fintech clients. We help clients in this space design innovative products and services and obtain any necessary regulatory approvals to launch them.
We serve many clients in this sector, from early-stage disruptors to large financial institutions and tech companies. We represent Fintech companies engaged in a wide-range of activities, including, but not limited to:
- Consumer and commercial credit
- Digital wallets
- Point-of-sale technologies
- Personal finance and wealth management
- Digital banking
- Blockchain, digital assets, and cryptocurrencies.
Greenberg Traurig’s Fintech group is currently ranked Band 2 in Germany, Italy, Japan, and Mexico and Band 5 in The United States in the 2023 Chambers FinTech Legal Guide. The group is also ranked Tier 4 in the United States in the 2023 Legal 500.
- Greenberg Traurig’s integrated global team of attorneys collectively have many years of personal experience serving the internet and payment services industry. Based on this experience, we understand the challenges that companies face in this ever-changing industry, allowing us to provide our clients with practical advice and guidance.
- Our team can assist any business (retail, bank, or technology – customer or supplier) that is engaged in digital payments at any level and at any point in the value chain.
- We have advised banks, merchant acquirers, card issuers, retailers, e-commerce companies, online betting and gaming providers, e-sports companies, mobile network operators, and many other entities on structuring and implementing various elements of their payment strategy.