Swartz, Binnersley & Associates Recognised for Fintech Law

Singapore/Hong Kong, 14 November 2019  Swartz, Binnersley & Associates has been recognised as ‘One to Watch’ in the Fintech Law space in the 2nd Regulation Asia Awards for Excellence 2019 at a ceremony in Singapore on 13 November 2019.

In a rigorous selection process involving the Regulation Asia editorial team and a judging panel made up of subject-matter experts, it was decided that Swartz, Binnersley & Associates receive the ‘One to Watch’ recognition for its achievements so far, and in anticipation of rapid growth in the next 12 months.

A newly established law firm, Swartz, Binnersley & Associates has developed a client base of sophisticated startups and established companies offering complex products looking to enter the Hong Kong market.

By focusing on the FinTech industry, Swartz, Binnersley & Associates has positioned itself to contribute to a rapidly growing space with ever changing regulatory requirements. The firm has worked with AngelHub, the first licensed equity crowdfunding platform for professional investors in Hong Kong and prominent robo-advisors, crypto-exchanges and global financial technology firms, assisting them in bringing real change to the market and push the boundaries of financial services.

About the Regulation Asia Awards for Excellence 2019

Regulation Asia Awards for Excellence recognises technology companies, legal and consulting firms, and exchanges that have shaped the regulatory landscape in Asia Pacific, as well as outstanding technology projects both in mature and emerging markets by large tech firms and innovative startups that help meet the requirements of a specific regulatory change infrastructure.

For a full list of award winners, visit www.regulationasia.com/awards.

About Regulation Asia

Regulation Asia is the leading source for actionable regulatory intelligence for Asia Pacific markets. Since 2013, our audience and subscription base have grown to include regulatory bodies, exchanges, banks, asset managers and service providers, allowing us to play a key role in the regulatory agenda.

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For more information, please contact:

Charmaine Athaide
Director, Programme Coordinator
Regulation Asia
+65 9023 4274
[email protected]

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