Nadim Bardawil, Senior Associate of DIFC-headquartered BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates weighs up incubator programmes and legislative pressures chasing fintech development. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) continues to position itself as a base for businesses involved in cutting-edge technology, ranging from artificial intelligence and robotics, to blockchain integration and driver-less vehicles. The UAE does this by being pioneers in using these technologies in the public sector and by creating accommodating structures and regulations for new up-and coming industries. The fintech sector continues to draw a lot of attention from various regional and institutional investors as well as traditional financial players.
The article will provide insight into the current state of fintech sector in the UAE and what legal issues may arise in the future as the popularity of fintech continues to grow. Read full article here.