Financial Services

Flint supports major retail investment banks, payment companies, asset managers, pension and sovereign wealth funds, fintech companies and technology providers, as well as leading financial services groups. We deliver commercially successful outcomes by helping our clients navigate and respond to regulatory and policy change affecting financial services and understand the broader political context in which these events take place.

As a highly regulated and sophisticated industry, financial services must manage a wide range of risks which are evolving with unprecedented technological innovation, a growing focus on sustainable and socially responsible finance and escalating political, geopolitical and economic volatility. Now more than ever firms need to be well-prepared to react to, engage with and leverage the challenges and trends affecting the sectors, markets and geographies in which they operate.

Financial Servies

We work with our financial services clients to help them:

  • Respond to macro and geopolitical, financial and strategic risks and trends: We horizon-scan global and local trends, strengthen understanding of their impact for broader financial services and markets and offer support in strategy, positioning and engagement.
  • Understand sectoral policy and regulation: We support on specific policy and regulatory developments, including the intersection of technology and financial innovation, data access and sharing, sustainable finance and financial crime.
  • Manage transactions: We assess headwinds and support in overcoming political, regulatory or competition obstacles to transactions.
  • Build capacity: We support financial centres and emerging jurisdictions in building regulatory and supervisory capacity to establish mature and well-regulated capital markets.

Learn about our experts leading this work: Sarah Gannaway and Alex White

We will be delighted to discuss how Flint could support your regulatory and policy needs.

You can also contact us at london@flint-global.com