Creed Solicitors is a trusted FinTech law firm with substantial corporate and commercial experience. We help clients understand, negotiate and draft clear legal documentation.
Business owners, boards of directors and heads of compliance need advisers that understand their industry and speak plainly. We slice through the jargon so that our clients know what their legal documentation really says. Our clients comprehend their obligations, what they are signing up to and what they are asking others to sign.
Creed Solicitors works with payment institutions, electronic money institutions, firms that sell currency options, start-ups and large financial institutions.
Richard Creed, Director
Richard Creed is a specialist foreign exchange, payments and financial services solicitor. He trained with Arthur Cox, one of Ireland’s leading law firms, working post-qualification in their market-leading finance department. Richard then joined McKees and, while there, spent time on secondment with FSCom, where he carried out regulatory compliance audits, getting to know the industry from the inside out. In 2015, Richard started Creed Solicitors.
He obtained his LLB (Hons) degree in Law from Newcastle University and was awarded the CISI Level 3 Certificate in Investment Operations, which included a specialist module in over the counter derivatives.
Richard sits on the advisory panel for the risk and compliance committee of the Association of Foreign Exchange and Payment Companies. Richard is qualified to practice in England & Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
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Gavin Murphy, Solicitor
Gavin obtained his LLB (Hons) degree in Law from Newcastle University, after which he worked in a global law firm with a focus on M&A due diligence and regulatory investigations.
He went on to attend the Institute of Professional Legal Studies to train as a barrister. After practising at the Bar of Northern Ireland for a number of years, he joined Creed Solicitors and qualified as a solicitor. He is qualified to act in England & Wales and Northern Ireland.
Gavin has a particular interest in currency options.
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