is a partner in the corporate finance and funds practice at Walkers' Bermuda office and leads the fintech team. Natalie advises fintech clients, intermediaries and investors in all aspects of Bermuda's pioneering legislation and regulatory framework with respect to fintech, including the establishment, licensing and ongoing compliance obligations of digital asset businesses, authorisations of digital asset issuances, formation of crypto funds and banking and payment solutions. Natalie also advises on a wide range of Bermuda-based and international corporate and regulatory matters, and has significant experience advising on M&A transactions for public and private companies, including takeovers, tender offers and squeeze-outs, amalgamations, mergers, and schemes of arrangement.
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