Dec 1, 2022
Osler has once again been ranked in Canada as Band 1 in the Chambers FinTech 2023 Canada guide. This Chambers guide highlights the leading blockchain, payments, cyber security and data protection legal specialists both in Canada and around the world.
According to Chambers and Partners, “Osler has deep expertise in digital payments” and is a key-contributor “in shaping the payments regulatory environment in Canada.” Clients believe that "Osler's advisers are practical and maintain a good commercial awareness” and are top-notch, very well versed, and up to date on the market.”
Congratulations to partners Chad Bayne and Elizabeth Sale on being individually ranked in the guide.
As the founder and co-chair of the firm’s Emerging and High Growth Companies group, Chad’s clients characterize him as “very well established in the Canadian technology industry” and “strong on the financing, venture capital and private equity side of things." Chad is also commended by his clients for his “great insights to precedents for all types of transactions" and his ability to get “companies financed and out into the marketplace.”
Elizabeth’s practice is focused on financial regulation with a particular emphasis in digital payments and assets, banking and commercial matters. Her clients note that “she understands immediately what the issues are, and she works quickly and efficiently on key issues” as well as “AML and payments.”
Chambers and Partners identifies and ranks the most outstanding law firms and lawyers in more than 200 jurisdictions throughout the world. Now in its sixth year, Chambers FinTech 2023 features the professional advisers with their fingers on the pulse and who have the ability to guide FinTech companies through any challenges and obstacles they might face. Inclusion in the Chambers FinTech 2023 guide is based upon findings from Chambers’ extensive independent research.
Read more about Osler’s ranking in Chambers FinTech 2023.