Fernand Joseph D. Miranda, leads the firm’s Technology and Fintech Practice Group and is also Partner in the firm’s Corporate and Special Projects Department.
His Technology and Fintech practice involves addressing the peculiarities and quickly evolving regulatory framework for these industries. He has experience in working with e-commerce platform operators, 3PL platform operators, and operators of payment systems. He also covers Philippine regulatory updates on fintech matters including cryptocurrency and virtual assets.
His Corporate Law practice involves servicing our clients’ legal concerns and requirements including with their corporate structuring, corporate setup, permitting and acquisitions. He has been involved in a number of significant M&A transactions, including equity purchase deals and asset acquisitions involving various industries and interests. He is likewise experienced in government project development and finance; public-private partnerships; and governmental procurement.
He received his Juris Doctor degree from the Ateneo de Manila School of Law in 2011, where he graduated with honors. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree Major in Management Economics from the same University.
He spoke at our recent webinar on “Technology Law for Business Owners: A Spotlight on Intellectual Property Law, FinTech and Data Privacy Law in the Philippines”. A recording of the webinar is available here.
He also spoke at the Hawaii Philippines Business Economic Council’s webinar on: “Digital Pivot in Banking and Currency Exchange”. A recording of the webinar is available here.