Providentia’s seasoned fintech team can help navigate the complexities of financial regulations and payments law, ensuring your business remains compliant in the rapidly evolving landscape of financial technology. From startups to large organizations, we provide strategic, tech-experienced guidance tailored to your unique business needs.
The importance of fintech in today’s economy cannot be overstated. With new digital payment tools, there is immense innovation and increased competition within the fintech space, allowing more ease for managing finances and profits. Fintech is bringing about an increase in financial inclusion, meaning that consumers are gaining more access to financial services through digital means. With more technology involved, there is more choice and accessibility regarding banking online for consumers. While these innovations bring lots of opportunities, they also create risks that fintech enterprises need to navigate effectively, often requiring a multi-faceted approach to banking, taxes, regulations, and open-source investments. Our team’s vast experience in the fintech, regulatory compliance, and financial services space provides the expertise needed to navigate and handle growth within this evolving industry.
As the popularity of financial technology has surged, businesses are running into fintech and payments law in varying ways. Companies are seeking to monetize their websites in new and innovative ways. Many technology companies are trying to break into the financial space so that they can manage payments in-house, which can involve anything from engaging in bank partnerships or banking acquisitions to lending funds,creating payment portals and issuing card services.
Providentia shares legal expertise related to banking regulations, banking partnerships, vendor oversight, regulatory compliance, licensing, payment management, business and consumer lending, and transactional matters. Whether you need assistance with product development, implementation of new laws and regulations, updating processes based on regulatory issues, investigations, audits, disputes, third-party service providers or operational legal needs, our seasoned fintech and financial services team is here to guide you.
Fintech growth and development has created new financial structures that are governed and regulated in specific ways, so compliance with regulation in the payments space can have huge product implications. The specifics of how your financial technology is built and deployed will dictate what fintech laws and rules may apply. Our team’s experience and understanding of the vast legal and regulatory environment for fintechs and financial services providers helps us give guidance and advice that’s relevant and responsive to your product development strategy. We’re here to guide financial technology businesses on the most optimal product setup to reach their goals and how the law will affect their operation.
Fintech compliance doesn’t end with following the law. Complying with payment processing rules can add another layer of complexity to your product development strategy. AmEx, Visa, and NACHA, a membership-only ACH payment association, each have their own rules for handling payments. If you have a virtual wallet card, or are running ACH transactions or wire transactions, these payment rules may apply, depending on your partnerships and the networks you use to facilitate payments. Developing your products to effectively navigate payment networks rules in the most advantageous way possible will help you avoid potential adverse action from processors.
Providentia has seen that larger businesses will often interact with smaller businesses in order to help them commoditize their offerings, increase traction on their sites, or accept payments for advertising. As new laws, regulations, and rules affecting fintech businesses and financial services providers develop, Providentia Law is at the forefront of fintech law for your enterprise, whether small or large.
Providentia’s fintech lawyers are here to help navigate fintech and financial services law, ensuring that your business and products are compliant and can function legally in the marketplace. Our team has years of experience in the fintech and regulatory compliance space and we place importance on staying abreast of the latest developments in the industry, offering bespoke advice on the regulatory bodies and laws that govern advancements in financial services and technology.
Work with Providentia as much or as little as you need in a traditional outside counsel engagement format to gain access to a firm with specialized experience serving the legal needs of technology businesses of all shapes and sizes.
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