Denmark is often thought of as the ‘gateway to the Nordics’ for financial services – and with a relatively small but digitally savvy population, a high level of existing financial and public sector digitisation and a stable regulatory regime, it provides an ideal market to test, launch and scale fintech services. The Danish fintech scene is indeed thriving, not least on the basis of collaboration with established financial institutions and the support of a pro-fintech government policy.
In this webinar, we will discuss the overall layout of the Danish fintech sector, the relevant market participants and some of the business models that are succeeding in Denmark right now, before zooming in on some of the recent regulatory developments that are relevant to fintech.
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Rasmus Mandøe Jensen
Rasmus Mandøe Jensen is a partner in the banking and finance department of Plesner and heads the firm's fintech practice area. He is recognised internationally as a leading fintech lawyer (Who's Who Legal) and is a regular speaker on fintech industry topics and regulation.
Mr Jensen has extensive experience advising both start-ups and scale-ups, established financial institutions and global tech companies on fintech-related matters ranging from payment services over crowdfunding and blockchain/distributed ledger technology to AML compliance. In doing so, Mr Jensen also leverages more than a decade of experience of working in finance, where he is also acknowledged as a leading individual and for his strategic and commercially minded approach (IFLR1000, Legal 500).