Our Blockchain & FinTech practice, led by partner Richard Spencer, is recognised as holding a leading position in the market.
We have advised many high profile and innovative international businesses in this space, including crypto exchanges, token issuers and investment funds.
They were very responsive and did a fantastic job - we were very impressed with the firm's proactivity and efforts in getting things turned around.
In a fast-moving regulatory environment, Chambers & Partners notes that we are “exceptionally strong on Cayman regulations and very sensitive to the structuring needs of international clients”. We are also actively involved in the development of Blockchain & FinTech legislation, with positions on each of the relevant legislative committees.
Having embraced this practice area from the very beginning, our experts have a unique depth of experience and knowledge of appropriate offshore structures specific to Blockchain and FinTech businesses and crypto-focused investment funds. Popular structures include those set up to facilitate Initial Exchange Offerings (IEOs), Security Token Offerings (STOs) and fully decentralised networks.
We also have extensive experience advising and representing clients in contentious and insolvency-related Blockchain and FinTech matters. A number of attorneys in our highly regarded Litigation and Insolvency team are at the forefront of this rapidly developing practice area, having advised and acted for clients in relation to numerous novel legal issues arising in this sphere.
Campbells is particularly well placed to assist clients with all Cayman Islands and British Virgin Islands legal aspects of Blockchain and FinTech matters.