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Norton Rose Fulbright is a noted thought leader in the blockchain and smart contracts space, having published some of the foremost recent legal commentary in the field. Chambers Global FinTech, 2018
Tier 1: FinTech | Legal 500 UK 2019
Tier 1: FinTech | Legal 500 China 2019
Tier 2: FinTech | Chambers Global 2019
FinTech Law Firm of the Year | Legal 500 UK 2019
Distributed ledgers, Blockchains and smart contracts have the potential to transform business, government and society. Financial institutions, in particular, are exploring the possibilities that distributed ledger technology offers them to streamline and automate many of their processes and to offer new products and services.
Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin are the most high profile applications of these technologies. However, the range of potential applications extends far beyond cryptocurrencies and includes, for example, trade execution and settlement systems, trade finance, supply chain management, asset registration, identity management (including for anti-money laundering and know your client purposes) and corporate governance.
As financial institutions, governments and companies move from research and development to deployment of these transformative technologies, they need to consider carefully the potential legal and regulatory implications and risks.
To help our clients stay up-to-date with the latest developments and trends, we have created a FinTech hub as part of our NRF Institute, consolidating insights, publications, blog posts and events from our global FinTech team.
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