is a senior associate in Trilegal's TMT team. She has advised clients including financial institutions and fintech companies on payments regulations, financial services outsourcing, IP licensing, data privacy, information security and electronic payment norms. She has considerable experience with providing regulatory advice on electronic payment solutions and has worked with various payment processors and payment gateways. Deepthi has advised clients on the compliance of their fintech business models with data localisation directive, authentication requirements, KYC norms, tokenisation rules and data compliances. She is a graduate of the National Law School of India University, Bangalore and a member of Bar Council of Maharashtra and Goa, India.
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