Mr. Moyle is recognized as a “leading IT and outsourcing specialist” with “considerable expertise advising on fintech, cloud computing, telecoms and other technology issues.” Sources praise him as “a class act.”Chambers UK 2019

Andrew C. Moyle

  • 99 Bishopsgate
  • London EC2M 3XF
  • United Kingdom

Andrew Moyle is the Global Co-Chair of Latham & Watkins’ Fintech Industry Group and a partner in the London office. He has more than 20 years of experience providing commercial legal advice on the structuring, negotiation, implementation, and management of complex technology and outsourcing transactions. In addition to serving as a member of the firm’s Strategic Client Committee, he has previously served as a member of the firm’s Executive Committee, as managing partner of the London office, and as Latham’s senior executive-level representative on the World Economic Forum’s Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution’s Blockchain Council.

Mr. Moyle advises clients ranging from traditional financial institutions to new technology incumbents on the “tech” in fintech, including on payments and transfers, InsurTech, and virtual currencies.

In his broader technology practice, Mr. Moyle advises clients on commercial contracts and collaborations, cloud computing, outsourcing, digital and disruptive technology, telecommunications technology, and enterprise systems. He regularly engages as the lead legal advisor on outsourcing programs, strategic sourcing functions, and transformation initiatives. In addition to financial services, he also advises clients in leisure, energy, retail, and the natural resource sectors.

Ranked by Chambers UK and The Legal 500 UK as one of the leading outsourcing and information technology lawyers in the UK, Mr. Moyle is recognized for his “practical advice and common sense approach.” Clients describe him as a “true specialist in the field with a premier practice.”

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