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Lexology 'Getting The Deal Through': Fintech 2022

News / / Gibraltar

Our Gibraltar team recently contributed to the sixth 'Fintech' edition of 'Getting The Deal Through' publication by Lexology.

Peter Howitt, David Borge and Jason Corbett discuss the Fintech landscape, initiatives and regulations in the country for the 'Gibraltar' chapter. To read the article*, please click here.

For more information on our fintech services, get in touch with one of the members of the team today, or visit our Technology, Media and Telecoms page here.

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* This publication was originally published by Lexology. The publication can be found in full here (subscription required).

Peter Howitt

Peter Howitt Managing Director/Partner

David Borge

David Borge Practice Director

Jason Corbett

Jason Corbett Senior Associate

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