is a London-based senior associate at DLA Piper who advises on financial services laws, regulations and regulatory practice. He specialises in the regulatory framework governing payment services and electronic money and follows closely developments in the payments and crypto-asset industries. His clients including banks, major card schemes, funds and investment firms as well as disruptive new players in fintech. Chris has been advising a range of challenger banks and fintech firms in payments and crypto-assets on financing, the regulatory perimeter and opportunities arising from the UK's Open Banking Initiative and the New Payments Architecture.
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