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Harrison Clark Rickerby Adds Nicola McNeely As Head of Tech

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Nicola McNeely Head of Tech for Harrison Clark Rickerby

This month, the Cheltenham-based law firm, Harrison Clark Rickerby made a significant pivot towards the blockchain sector with the acquisition of Nicola McNeely. McNeely will serve as the firm’s Head of Technology moving forward. The decision showcases a growing demand for STO service providers in the space.

 

Harrison Clark Rickerby – Blockchain Aspirations

McNeely will lend her years of experience, network, and expertise to help Harrison Clark Rickerby expand into the security token sector. Her tasks will include advising the firm on the legal and regulatory aspects of implementing blockchain technology in a crowdfunding capacity. Specifically, McNeely will formulate the business structures associated with raising capital through Security Token Offerings (STOs).

 

As part of her position, she will need to work closely with a variety of different clients. These clients will range from start-ups, all the way to market disrupters and large corporations looking into the integration of blockchain technology.

 

Nicola McNeely via Twitter - Harrison Clark Rickerby
Nicola McNeely via Twitter – Harrison Clark Rickerby

 

Discussing the monumental maneuver, Robert Capper, Head of Sectors described the overall feeling of the firm. He explained that the team very much looks forward to working with her with the overall goal to support the development of her vision and plan. He ended his statement by touching on the years of knowledge and experience McNeely possesses and how he hopes that this experience will translate into renewed energy and commitment by his team.

 

A Leader in the Field

Ms. McNeely proved that she is an industry leader through years of experience in the market. Previously, she held an executive position at The Royal Mint. Here, her tasks included working with new business and intellectual property developers. Additionally, she handled the IT outsourcing agreements, master services agreements, and the integration of blockchain solutions.

 

Speaking on her new position, McNeely touched on the importance of innovative technology within our lives. She explained that working with technologies that are ahead of the curve is one of the keys to be successful in the space. As such, she stated that she looks forward to her role as the main support for clients who want to use technology to develop their business.

 

McNeely Responsibilities

According to company documents, McNeely will lead a team of twelve experts to develop Harrison Clark Rickerby’s STO strategy. This team will be located across the company’s eight offices. The fact that McNeely loves working with entrepreneurial and innovative people should prove to be an important trait. In turn, she can provide the right help to enable them to grow.

 

Harrison Clark Rickerby Is a leading Cheltenham-based law firm. The company employs a staff of just over 500 people. Currently, the firm has offices in Worcester, Hereford, Cheltenham, Birmingham, the Wye Valley, the Thames Valley, Central London, and Cambridge.

 

Harrison Clark Rickerby – An STO Future

The decision by Harrison Clark Rickerby to bring McNeely onto the team appears to be the right move. She has the network and experience to help propel this law firm into the spotlight. You can expect to see the effects of her strategy unfold this year as her guidance takes hold. For now, blockchain investors just got a powerful legal alley.

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David Hamilton is a full-time journalist and a long-time bitcoinist. He specializes in writing articles on the blockchain. His articles have been published in multiple bitcoin publications including Bitcoinlightning.com

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