Christine Ing
Christine Ing
(416) 601-7713
(416) 868-0673
66 Wellington St W, Suite 5300, TD Bank Twr, Toronto, ON
Year called to bar: 1995 (ON)
Leader of the Technology Law Group and FinTech Group. Over 20 years of experience in strategic commercial transactions and collaborative arrangements having technology, intellectual property, and data at their core. Christine has extensive experience in all aspects of information technology law, including outsourcing, systems and software acquisitions, systems and software development, licensing, various ASP and SaaS arrangements, complex services agreements and distribution/reseller agreements. Christine is passionate about, and a well-recognized leader in, open banking, alternative data, payment systems, AI, blockchain, cybersecurity, cloud services, technology development, and innovative collaborations. Christine has significant experience in the payments space and has led large payment network deals on behalf of issuers. Christine is a member of IT.CAN (Canadian IT Law Association), the ITechLaw Association, and the Toronto Computer Lawyers' Group. She currently co-chairs the global Digital Transformation Committee of the CPR International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution and is on the Commercial Transactions Advisory Board of Practical Law Canada.
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