Setterwalls has been recognized in the recently published edition of the FinTech Guide, which ranks highly active and innovative law firms in the financial technology sector.
“Setterwalls fields substantial capabilities in the technology, corporate and intellectual property aspects of fintech. The firm has considerable experience in advising on the legal aspects of blockchain technology, as well as on e-identification issues. They act for all parties including startups, established banks and regulatory bodies.”
Chambers’ FinTech guide was published for the first time last year, and the 2019 edition has been significantly expanded to cover a total of 22 jurisdictions including Sweden.
Partner Joacim Johannesson is one of four lawyers ranked individually in Sweden. Joacim regularly represents entrepreneurs and founders in a range of transactional and advisory matters, including venture financing and investment. He also has particular strength in IP and technology. A client comments that "He is fantastic. He's great in negotiations, really has an entrepreneurial spirit and understands my attitudes and needs. He's always quick to respond and great with investors”.
Over recent years, Setterwalls’ FinTech team has gained extensive knowledge and experience of the FinTech industry by working successfully with both Swedish and international investors and entrepreneurs. Members of our team, including regulatory, Corporate/M&A and IP/Tech expertise, work on all aspects of business law pertaining to companies within the FinTech sector, where advice regarding some matters is frequently requested.
"They are really on the ball - their attitude is great and they're always looking to learn. I've had a very good personal and professional experience with them."
- Chambers and Partners FinTech Guide 2019