FinTech

The ever growing use of technology by financial institutions has produced a wave of new businesses entering, and seeking to disrupt, the financial market. These business known as “FinTechs” have ingeniously coupled traditional financial services with the world of technology with an aim of providing financial services which are more efficient, transparent, robust and cost effective.

Our technology & innovation team brings together experts from across the firm and we support inTech businesses with all their legal requirements. From employing the right people, to managing property portfolios, advising on commercial arrangements, to supporting businesses as they grow through acquisition.

We commonly assist FinTech businesses on:

  • Brand protection
  • Contractual disputes
  • Commercial transactions
  • Employment
  • Equity funding, including venture capital investments, private equity, and seed funding
  • Introducer arrangements
  • Licensing
  • Management buy outs
  • Software development agreements
  • Standard terms and conditions of business

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What does the future hold for Inheritance Tax? 

No tax is popular; however, public opposition to Inheritance Tax (IHT) is particularly widespread despite the fact that only a minority of estates have to pay it. In fact, IHT accounts for less than 1% of UK taxes while affecting less than 5% of estates. 

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Managing Stress and Building Resilience in the Workplace – Learning to “Ride the Waves”

Jon Kabat-Zimm tells us that “you cannot stop the waves, but you can learn to surf”, a reminder to all of us that managing our own stress and building resilience is vital to us being able to “thrive”. Emma O’Connor Head of Training, looks at our recent Managing Stress and Building Resilience in the Workplace course and asks, what did we learn?

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Telecommunications Infrastructure (Leasehold Property) Bill | The key to unlock the door?

Time Blackman talks us through the new Telecommunications Infrastructure (Leasehold Property) Bill | The key to unlock the door?

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future events

Legal updates for in-house lawyers

18/03/2020 - Boyes Turner and BCL Legal (in-house legal recruitment specialists) are pleased to invite you to a half day seminar. The sessions will focus on topical legal issues.

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Life after Brain Injury: supporting the brain injured person and their family after diagnosis

19/03/2020 - Join Julie Marsh and Jemma Garside at the Boyes Turner offices in Reading on the 19 March for our life after brain injury training day.

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Webinar: April 2020 Employment Law Update

26/02/2020 - A webinar focusing on key employment legislative changes from April 2020 including Section 1 statements, IR35 and bereavement leave.

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