Kemp Little announces new Financial Regulatory partner hire

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Leading technology and digital law firm Kemp Little has announced that Jacob Ghanty has joined the firm as a partner and will lead the financial regulatory team, a part of the firm’s Commercial Technology practice.

Jacob has built a career as a financial services regulation specialist advising clients including payment institutions, e-money issuers, banks, insurers, asset managers, crowdfunding platforms and technology companies.  His focus on payments law and regulation has also seen him build many strong relationships within the fintech sector. He joins Kemp Little from K&L Gates.

Jacob said, “The financial services sector is experiencing rapid change driven by developing technologies.  Clients operating in this area need lawyers who understand the regulations that apply to them as well as the technology they use to provide their services. Kemp Little combines market-leading technology and regulatory practices and is the ideal platform from which to provide integrated support to clients in the changing financial services sector.”

Kemp Little’s Head of Commercial Technology, Paul Hinton said “We are delighted to have Jacob join the team.  Jacob’s expertise and reputation in the market are a tremendous boost to our market-leading fintech and financial services practices and the fact that his team will sit and work alongside our technology team means that we can offer our financial services clients cutting edge regulatory and technology advice seamlessly in one package.”



About Kemp Little

Kemp Little is an award-winning technology and digital media legal services firm. The firm acts for leading organisations across the range of technology and communications industries and in sectors where technology transforms how business operates including financial services, media, travel, retail, professional services, healthcare and the public sector. Its clients range from the largest global public companies and organisations to early stage ventures with exciting new technologies. Clients include over 10% of the FTSE 100, 15 Fortune Global 500 and six of the Sunday Times Tech Fast Track companies.


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