Plesner's specialists are leaders in Denmark within fintech with extensive experience in both commercial thinking and negotiation as well as the relationship with supervisory authorities as the Financial Supervisory Authority and the Data Protection Agency.
Our fintech specialists work closely with particularly our specialists in data protection and IT/technology which are often areas of concern for fintech business-es/projects. When the need arises, we also utilise Plesner's other specialist skills including those related to tax, financing, capital markets, outsourcing, M&A and corporate law.
Plesner thus stands out in the market by combining deep technical/business understanding with first rate legal expertise within all relevant practice areas - regulatory as well as non-regulatory. In this way, we help our clients both get to the bottom of, and all the way around, all legal and business challenges.
The integrated advice offered by Plesner's fintech specialists is also the reason why we continuously advise all significant market participants within fintech from startups over established financial institutions to Big Tech, including in respect of:
Among Plesner's recent work in fintech is:
Plesner is able to advise a wide range of clients from start-ups to more established financial institutions. It has significant regulatory expertise combined with venture capital and M&A experience, especially on cross-border mergers. The firm is well regarded for its expertise in securities law and banking regulation.
"They are very good from a client's perspective. They understand the need to expand in the market and do it quickly"
"They had strong insight and delivered in accordance with the parameters of the business plan" (2023)
As one of the leading law firms in Denmark, Plesner is able to advise a wide range of clients from startups to more established financial institutions. The firms is well regarded for its expertise in matters of securities law and banking regulation.
"I have used them for work in the areas of governance. With a banking licence you have to follow the regulations, but that does not always fit a FinTech company. They've been very good. I have looked at different law firms and Plesner was just one of them, but I keep coming back to them because they are so good" (2021)