How Ireland can become a fresh focus for new frontiers in fintech
Ireland could become a hub for the sector, but law firm Leman says a realistic approach must be taken
Dublin-based Leman Solicitors knows as much about fintech as anyone in Ireland, having worked on mergers and acquisitions, venture capital and contracts in the sector, acting for both major financial institutions and now start-ups.
“We do all the incorporation and fundraising for privately owned entities in fintech, corporate structuring, VC, all that good stuff,” said Dominic Conlon, head of Leman Solicitors’ corporate department.
“We also act for financial institutions when they’re contracting...
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