Founders Forum Group backs Chronos Law to boost fintech legal services

London-based boutique law firm Chronos Law has received an investment from tech startup incubator Founders Forum Group to provide bespoke legal services to its global network of entrepreneurs.

Launched by co-founder Brent Hoberman, Founders Forum Group funds tech startups across a wide range of industries. However, the amount of investment in Chronos remains undisclosed.

Building on the support of Founders Forum Group and its network, Chronos Law will be rebranded as Founders Law and will remain an independent business. With an offering covering fundraising, commercial agreements, employment law and data protection, Founders Law will provide legal support to high-growth startups from pre-seed to post-exit, making the firm an extension natural of Founders Forum Group which seeks to support entrepreneurs. at every stage of their journey.

Founded in 2019 by Tom Bohills, the law firm offers fintechs a disruptive integrated service model that combines private practice expertise with the accessibility and deep knowledge of in-house legal counsel.

Tom Bohills, Founder of Chronos Law, said, “Most technology companies need flexible legal services that don’t fit the traditional law firm model. Our services are designed to evolve with the ambitious startups we support.

Carolyn Dawson, CEO of Founders Forum Group, said, “We are delighted to welcome Chronos Law to Founders Forum Group as we seek to provide our community of pioneering technology founders with best-in-class legal support tailored to their needs. .

Brent Hoberman CBE, Executive Chairman and Co-Founder of Founders Forum Group. “Their knowledge of the technology ecosystem combined with their agile approach to legal services make them the ideal legal partner. They truly fit into the businesses they support, allowing founders to grow and protect their ideas. »

Jennifer C. Burleigh