is a London-based partner of DLA Piper who has been working with clients in the fintech space with increasing concentration since 2016 and who has a breadth of experience, including advising on electronic and blockchain-based trading and lending platforms, crowdfunding structures and token-based fundraising activities. She has particular expertise with financing aspects of offshore fund and issuer structures. In addition, Bryony is advising a number of businesses, including blockchain technology companies, exchanges and other corporate clients in relation to crypto-asset issuance and trading, e-money and stablecoin products, security tokens, tokenised securities and derivatives and associated finance and regulatory matters.
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