FinTech refers to modern technologies that enable and/or provide financial services. Given Toshev & Boteva’s long-standing background in the technology as well as the finance sector, our firm is extremely well placed to advise and manage projects in the field of FinTech.
The explosion of software and technology companies has led to boom for those that supply the financial industries. Experienced in IT, data protection, consumer protection and regulatory issues, we are ideally placed to advise FinTech businesses.
We are well connected to the issues that the financial services industry is facing as a result of disruptive digital technologies emerging in a more and more connected world. We have been involved in the development of e-commerce and e-Banking, mobile payments, crowd investing, ICO’s and other innovative payment solutions and have been assisting a wide range of household name clients, ranging from global players through to start-ups and investors in relation to the regulatory, legal and commercial aspects of their FinTech related businesses.
Toshev & Boteva advice to FinTech clients includes:
- software development, licensing and maintenance
- data protection within the BG, EU, UK and across borders
- regulatory issues
- IP advice including branding, patent and know-how
- corporate transactions
Toshev & Boteva has in-depth experience in:
- advising a payment technologies company on its shares and EMI-related issues and preparing and negotiating its supply chain and commercial partner agreements
- acting for a data analytics software platform in relation to its license and maintenance agreement with a major commercial bank and with other hedge fund companies
- acting for a transaction banking systems provider in relation to its software development, license and maintenance agreements and variation agreement with international banking institutions
- acting for a world-leading banking software system in the sale of one of its software businesses to include all related IP and IT advice and preparing all relevant legal documentation