Hogan Lovells, a multinational law firm headquarted in London and Washington D.C., is launching a Global FinTech Mentors Program. The program will allow its most experienced Financial Services and Regulatory partners to provide insight and mentorship for FinTech organizations.
The Global FinTech Mentors Program will be available to organizations in the UK, US, Germany and Hong Kong. It will feature several key opportunities for FinTech organizations, including access to Hogan Lovells’ FinTech network, leveraging its Strategic Partnership with Innovate Finance, and connections with the firm’s international network of lawyers. The program will also grant FinTech organizations use of the Regulatory Accelerator tool, and other FinTech tools due to launch this year. Overall, the mentors program advertises a package of affordable advice and invaluable insight on how financial service businesses can grow themselves.
According to Rachel Kent, FinTech Partner & Global Financial Institutions Sector Head, the mentors program will give Hogan Lovells a platform to share its industry knowledge with startups.
“It is great for the industry that so many law firms are offering support to FinTechs. What we offer is more than just legal advice, we help start-ups to integrate themselves into the FinTech ecosystem and to fulfil their objective of bringing their product to market,” she said.