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Law Squared joins FinTech Australia

Source: Law Squared

Innovative NewLaw firm Law Squared has joined FinTech Australia as an ecosystem partner.

Through the partnership, Law Squared aims to become a key resource for local fintechs on all legal matters including from capital raises through to navigating complex financial services regulation.

“Law Squared has a strong track record supporting scaling and high-growth companies with tailored legal advice, and using new technologies and service offerings do deliver results. They are a perfect fit for our growing ecosystems partnership program,” Rebecca Schot-Guppy, CEO of FinTech Australia said.
“Through this program, we’ve built a diverse range of resources and expertise for emerging fintech companies. We’re proud that it's grown to include most major technology companies, and true industry thought leaders.”

“Navigating the financial services regulatory frameworks can be tricky and non-compliance can be fatal. Therefore, fintech businesses partnering with a law firm is crucial to the success of their business,” Demetrio Zema, Director of Law Squared said.

“Our partnership with Fintech Australia allows us to help, and work with many of those fintech businesses, whether emerging or established, with their legal and ongoing regulatory compliance needs.

“This partnership also gives us the opportunity to continue to build and develop deep and meaningful relationships within the fintech ecosystem which is fundamental to the way Law Squared operates as a business.”

FinTech Australia’s current corporate partners include: IDEMIA, Google, eftpos, Amazon Web Services (AWS), VISA, Bank of Queensland, NAB, EY and BDO.

The FinTech Australia partnership program helps embed these companies within the fintech ecosystem and networks them with its key players. 

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