Our cross-practice team helps innovative FinTech businesses to launch and scale new products.

We’re the bridge between financial services change and technology structures—a platform connecting the two sides from both a legal and commercial perspective. 

We regularly meet (and, most importantly, pay attention to) FinTech start-ups and established financial services businesses, to add to our understanding of the legal, technological, and commercial issues facing your sector.

If you are a start-up, or scaling business, looking for an efficient way to access all the commercial legal advice you need, quickly and without fuss, Capitalise might be the best option for you: akin to an outsourced legal team, it’s a flexible model crafted to help you achieve your ambitions.

Our firm wide FinTech practice has the expertise to operate effectively in that space: from forming a new company, navigating regulations, to launching a product, or implementing a collaboration.  

We’re expert tech commercial and regulatory lawyers, and a pragmatic business partner–providing advice and connections that help close the financial services/tech divide. 

We’re active members in the FinTech community, and maintain established legal partnerships with several organisations, including FinTech Wales.


We can help with all legal and commercial issues that you might come across. 

If you’re a financial services business or investor, we can advise on the regulatory and compliance issues around new technologies and platforms, or on commercial terms and partnership contracts.  

If you’re a tech organisation, we’ve got lots of experience advising start-ups and scaling businesses that are now themselves regulated insurance entities. We’ll help with the full spectrum of commercial legal services—from corporate to intellectual property and brand protection, or regulatory and compliance to commercial contracts. 


  • Providing advice to a wealth tech business on the regulatory overlay of its products, considering all parties in the chain and interrelation of different UK regulatory regimes
  • We advised Hokodo, a business invoice protection service in relation to a venture with Hectare, an agricultural grain trading platform
  • Advising Sonovate on potential complimentary “open banking” services to its existing model, considering regulatory requirements of AISPs and PISPs (Account Information Service Providers and Payment Information Service Providers)
  • Assisting a digital first pensions intermediary business with its product roadmap and regulatory position

A very commercial and hands on approach with excellent customer care. Particularly strong in the regulatory area.

Mike Brockman
Founder & CEO | Thingco