Hogan Lovells FinTech Fundamentals

Below you’ll find details of the 2023 FinTech Fundamentals webinar series. Reflecting FinTech’s global reach, we’ll be taking a multi-jurisdictional look at a wide range of topics and trends and discussing threats and opportunities for FinTechs at all stages of growth.

The first two webinars in the series are outlined below. If there are any other topics you would like us to cover, please let us know.

1. Webinar - Current market trends for tech investments in Europe – 2 March at 10 a.m. GMT

Join us for a 1-hour webinar for a conversation on the current changes in the market trends, investor behaviors, and company/founder perspective.

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2. Webinar - UK and Ireland take on cost of living crisis and its impact on the financial services sector – 22 March at 10 a.m. GMT

Join us and our special guest speaker Matt Swinburne-Johnson, Client Director at Moneyhub for a discussion about the impact of the cost of living crisis on the financial services sector. We’ll also look against the backdrop of the implementation of the consumer duty in the UK and the Consumer Protection Code review in Ireland.

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3. Webinar - Financial Resilience, resolution and wind-up - regulatory deep dive for FinTechs and Financial Institutions – 23 May at 2 p.m. BST

Partner Eoin O'Connor and Counsels Andreas Boser, Charles Elliott and Christine Borries will discuss regulatory expectations regarding risk management and financial resilience; emergency powers for resolution of banks and non-bank FinTechs; operational challenges around safeguarding in high risk/high interest environments; and the wider implications for financially distressed FinTechs.

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4. Webinar - Will the EU Crowdfunding Regulation make crowdfunding an attractive alternative to traditional equity financing? – 6 June at 2 p.m. BST

Join our cross-border team on a webinar where we’ll be exploring the regulatory developments in crowdfunding in Europe. The Regulation on European Crowdfunding Service Providers harmonizes the provision of investment and lending-based crowdfunding services across the EU.

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