Investors remain optimistic about prospects in the fintech sector and companies at various stages of development continue to attract attention. Watch partner Tim Curry and industry thought leaders who attended Jones Day’s inaugural FinAccelerate program talk about investment and strategic opportunities in 2023.
Michael Barrell is founder of Juliet Media, MBR Partners, Digital Asset Week, and an investor in businesses leading the way in digital transformation.
Dorothy Giobbe is a skilled legal leader in the fintech and emerging technology space with an extensive track record of supporting innovative technology projects in the financial services industry.
Tim Curry has represented start-up, emerging growth, and public technology companies in public offerings, venture capital (VC) and growth equity financings, and mergers and acquisitions for more than 25 years.
Josh Sterling has 20 years of experience in the derivatives and securities markets, both as lead counsel to major companies and as a senior federal financial regulator.
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Ka-on Li works closely with clients to successfully design, structure, and execute technology and commercial transactions to achieve high-stakes business objectives.
Collin Waring represents clients in a variety of complex commercial real estate transactions, including acquisitions, dispositions, financing, and leasing of retail, office, hotel, industrial, mixed-use, and multifamily commercial properties.
Kelsey Israel-Trummel's practice focuses on representing employers in a variety of labor and employment matters, including wage and hour, discrimination, and wrongful termination matters and in disputes arising under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA).
Natalia Sauszyn has significant experience in capital markets in both debt and equity transactions. She advises clients on structured and plain vanilla bond issues, EMTN programs, covered bond programs, EuroPPs, U.S. shelf programs, and high yield debt offerings.