Hogan Lovells introduces fintech mentoring programme
Hogan Lovells has announced the launch of a new mentoring programme geared toward fintech startups. Mentors involved in the scheme will be based in a handful of global locations, including the UK, Germany, Hong Kong, and the US, offering legal and compliance training in addition to commercial advice.
According to Rachel Kent, head of financial institutions at Hogan Lovells, the firm aims to go beyond legal advice to help startups bring new products to market.
Fintech and startup initiatives have gained popularity at a number of firms, including Simmons & Simmons, Addleshaw Goddard, Allen & Overy, Mishcon de Reya and Slaughter and May.