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Fintech

The evolution and development of financial technology, or fintech, is rapidly changing the way the financial service sector interact with their clients, globally. From mobile payment apps, robo advice tools, software as a service (SaaS), smart contracts, to big data and data analytics, financial services need to embrace this digital disruption in order to stay ahead of the curve.

At King & Wood Mallesons, we are here to help your business achieve growth in the fintech space and leverage these digital opportunities.

To remain competitive, continue to develop new products and build deep-end engagement with current customers, it is important for businesses to collaborate, innovate and create a fintech aligned business strategy. 

King & Wood Mallesons Fintech team is connected and ready to help.

Tackling the fintech opportunity head on, our Fintech team offer a wealth of knowledge and experience to take your ideas and innovations to market. To date, we have collaborated with high profile financial services organisations as well as fintech concept creators and new start-ups, to shape and build new fintech products. Read about our new open source "DnA" architecture for smart contracts.

We have a deep understanding of both the local and international financial services regulatory landscape and a finger constantly on the pulse to keep you up to speed with the latest fintech legislative developments as they emerge. 

We enjoy pushing the boundaries and being creative. Equipped with fresh fintech concepts and contemporary legal thinking we are connected and ready to help you competitively grow your business.  

King & Wood Mallesons Fintech areas of expertise

Our Fintech team work with clients across the following areas:

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We have a full team specialising in this area.

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Contact King & Wood Mallesons for more information on how we can help your business develop in the fintech sector

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