Chambers FinTech 2023 – helping firms distinguish themselves in the legal market
Researching and rankings law firms at the cutting edge of financial technology
The Chambers FinTech rankings are the number one resource for FinTech clients and legal professionals when searching for the top firms and lawyers to instruct for FinTech-related matters.
The Chambers FinTech rankings are based on market-leading research and analysis, conducted by our team of specialist researchers over a five-month research period. This comprehensive research allows Chambers to provide the FinTech industry with unrivalled insights and rankings of lawyers working in Payments & Lending, Blockchain & Cryptocurrencies, Data Protection & Cybersecurity, and FinTech Corporate, Securities & Financing matters.
What are the benefits for firms ranking in the Chambers FinTech guide?
A Chambers ranking is the highest level of distinction and recognition in the legal industry.
Firms ranked in the Chambers FinTech guide establish themselves as leading experts in this highly competitive as leading practitioners of FinTech law.
Ranking in the Chambers FinTech 2023 guide can only be achieved by law firms and lawyers demonstrating excellence in their technical legal capability, client service, commercial awareness, sophistication of work and bench strength.
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Download the Chambers FinTech 2023 Submissions Kit
This resource kit gives advice on creating successful submissions and insights into what the Chambers FinTech researchers look for in strong submissions.
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Enhancing Chambers coverage of the FinTech legal market
This year, we are researching FinTech Legal in the following jurisdictions for the first time:
- Cayman Islands*
- British Virgin Islands*
- Isle of Man*
* These new country-specific rankings will replace the Global-wide Offshore: FinTech category.
Chambers FinTech also have a new category for disputes work involving cryptocurrency and NFTs: Crypto-Asset Disputes.
The Chambers FinTech team will research this practice area in the UK and US, and firms in these jurisdictions are invited to send submissions. Firms and lawyers in other jurisdictions should continue to include this work as part of their FinTech Legal submissions.