11 June 2020

Fintech start-ups in the wake of COVID-19

High growth start-ups are dealing with numerous issues in the wake of COVID-19. In addition to the disruption of their business models, start-ups are having to think through their capital raising/management strategies and navigate complex employment and workplace health and safety regimes as their employees return to work.

We aim to explore these issues and offer practical guidance to help Fintech Australia members through this challenging time.

The seminar is delivered by Senior Associates Anthony Boogert and Luke Mulcahy (from the King & Wood Mallesons corporate team) and Angela Weber (from the King & Wood Mallesons employment team).


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