is a partner in the firm's Corporate and Technology teams, specialising in FinTech and Alternative Finance. He advises clients across the FinTech spectrum, from start-ups disrupting existing markets with innovative technology to financial institutions looking to invest in new technology. He has particular expertise in peer-to-peer and crowdfunding platforms, drawing on his extensive experience in the banking and finance sector, gained both in-house at major financial institutions and in private practice. Jonathan's experience spans a variety of financial products, including loans (both corporate and consumer), real estate and development finance, asset-based lending, receivables financing, asset finance, trade finance, capital markets, derivatives and repos. He also has extensive experience in the debt financing of technology companies. A regular speaker at industry events, Jonathan is heavily involved in next-generation disruptive financial products such as virtual currencies (including bitcoin), blockchain technology and the use of big data in financial predictive analytics and disruptive insurance models.
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