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Who is F&L?
F&L is a firm of professional advisors based in Central London and San Francisco. Founded in 1992, we have grown to be a specialist provider of accounting, tax, HR, legal and associated advice to international tech companies. Some of the companies we’ve helped can be found on our testimonials and case studies page. F&L’s Jamie Richardson and Adam Dunnett are collaborating with investors, incumbents and regulators to help international companies leverage London’s growing financial and blockchain technology and immerse themselves within the UK Financial Services Industry.
Why are we important?
On average, we help one Fintech company a month to launch in London. Our international experience gives us unique knowledge of the cross border issues that Fintech companies will inevitably encounter. We also know what it takes to be a globally successful disruptor and industry leader. Our US – UK Bridge service means we are particularly valuable to any companies that see either region as important to their growth plans.
Canadian Fintech Delegation
F&L was joined by Xero co-founder, Gary Turner alongside London & Partners and a delegation of Fintech companies from Canada in December 2016.
F&L attended Money 20/20 in Las Vegas in October 2016 to hear the latest developments from the emerging fintech, blockchain and payments disruptors.
London Blockchain Week 2017
F&L’s Jamie Richardson and Adam Dunnett attended London Blockchain Week in January 2017 to hear about how it will be impacting the future of financial and payment technology.
The UK remains such a draw for emerging Fintech companies. We explore why this might be here
Friend of the firm, Lawrence Lundy of Outlier Ventures analyses the Blockchain Ecosystem
There are a number of initial considerations which the majority of overseas headquartered Fintech companies will have to address (regardless of their market sector) when expanding overseas. Our services are designed to help - they include:
Employers must carry out re-enrolment every three years or "triennially".
The government has launched a consultation on the most significant reform of Companies House since its establishment in 1844.
Forms P11D, which report details of benefits and certain expenses provided to employees and directors for the year ended 5 April 2019, are due for submission to HMRC by 6 July 2019.