Quo money accepted to be
part of FinTech Legal Labs

Quo money accepted to be
part of FinTech Legal Labs

We’re excited to announce that Quo Money has been accepted to be part of Ashurst’s Fintech Legal Labs.

This intensive fintech accelerator programme will see Quo Money gain insight into many of the legal issues we may (and hopefully may not) face as we grow our business. This three-day accelerator will see Quo Money immersed within all aspect of law related to our business. By taking part, we have the opportunity to acquire valuable insights and connections from the firm’s network of corporate clients, leading financial institutions and investors.

Ashurst is a leading international law firm, headquartered in London, with 27 offices globally. Its Fintech practice is led by Abradat Kamalpour who we look forward to having the pleasure of engaging with later in the month.

Commenting, Abradat Kamalpour, said:

“This is an exciting new initiative from the Ashurst global FinTech group, which is a key area of focus and growth for the firm. Leading financial institutions and investors have recognised that financial technology is critical to their future and success and having access to cutting edge FinTech companies is increasingly becoming an important part of their strategic planning.

We are confident that this focused accelerator programme will provide an ideal platform to bring together know how, collaboration and create partnerships from across the fintech and institutional sectors. The programme also allows us to strengthen our relationships with promising FinTech companies that are going to play a critical role in the future of the financial services industry.”

Our CEO, Matthew Vernon, will attend the accelerator in November and will share tweets and blog posts sharing his insights from the experience.