Collas Crill's team of FinTech specialists have once again collaborated with several major international law firms to produce the third edition of The Financial Technology Law Review.
The recently published Review provides a global perspective on legal and regulatory developments addressing the role of new technologies in the finance sector including cryptocurrencies, coin and token issues and the use of block chain as well as legal interpretation issues around smart contracts and electronic execution.
Each year The Law Review, commissioners of the publication, look to widely respected firms and experienced practitioners worldwide to provide local insight on the law surrounding FinTech and how it is applied. For the second consecutive year, Collas Crill provided chapters for four of the offshore jurisdictions in which we work.
For the Caribbean, the Cayman Islands chapter was a collaboration between Cayman managing partner Alan de Saram, Senior Associate Natalie Bell, Associate Aoife Madden, Associate Laura Smalley and Articled Clerk Dawn Major. BVI managing partner Ian Montgomery authored the BVI chapter.
For the Channel Islands, partner Dilmun Leach provided the Jersey chapter and partner Wayne Atkinson provided the Guernsey chapter.
We invite you to review the chapters here:
British Virgin Islands – Ian Montgomery
Cayman Islands – Alan de Saram, Natalie Bell, Aoife Madden, Laura Smalley and Dawn Major
Read the editor's preface to the Review here.
Read more on our contributions to the previous (second) edition here.