Stringent regulatory changes, heightened cybersecurity threats, and shifts to remote work models are transforming traditional practices.

With mounting pressure to adapt to new regulations and protocols, it has never been more crucial for legal & financial institutions to ensure a robust technological infrastructure.

StableLogic has played a crucial role in helping organisations like yours navigate digital transformation. We offer expertise in implementing innovative technologies, ensuring regulatory compliance, enhancing cybersecurity and supporting remote work infrastructure. 

With over 30 year's experience, StableLogic are your trusted technology partner and can help you navigate the complex technology landscape allowing you to focus on what you do best - ensuring your client's success.

Key transformations in the legal & financial sector.

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Fortifying secure connections across departments to accelerate justice with FieldFisher



Fieldfisher is a European law firm with market-leading practices in many of the world's most dynamic sectors.

StableLogic undertook a transformational connectivity project which resulted in improved network performance, enhanced security and strengthened SLAs.




Futureproof network connectivity amidst 19th-century architecture with Covéa Insurance

Covéa Insurance needed a forward-thinking Wi-Fi solution for their offices.

StableLogic determined a strategy for the procurement and implementation of an AI-driven solution. By mitigating connectivity issues and enhancing network stability, Covea's workforce experienced a seamless transition, boosting productivity, and fostering a positive work environment.

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Putting people at the core of insurance to deliver exceptional service with Swiss Re



Swiss Re Group is one of the world's leading providers of reinsurance and insurance.

StableLogic led a strategic review of contact centre operations ranging from people, process and technology.

The project resulted in a significantly enhanced customer journey and a very robust architecture to meet the demands of the highly regulated industry.

We are witnessing significant digital transformation in legal & finance, with technologies such as blockchain, AI, and machine learning at the forefront.

Institutions are adapting to stricter data privacy laws and new regulations for digital assets, necessitating robust compliance mechanisms. There is a growing emphasis on cyber security to protect against data breaches and cyber attacks. The shift to remote and hybrid work models has led to the adoption of cloud technologies and virtual communication platforms. Additionally, environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors are increasingly important in decision-making processes, influencing investment, lending, and sustainable practices.

Digital Transformation

The finance sector is leveraging technologies such as blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning to improve services like payments, lending, and wealth management. In the legal sector, legaltech innovations such as document automation, AI-driven research, and contract analysis tools are enhancing efficiency and reducing costs.

Regulatory Evolution

Financial institutions are adapting to stricter data privacy laws and new regulations surrounding digital assets, requiring robust compliance mechanisms. Similarly, law firms are ensuring compliance with evolving data protection regulations like GDPR, which mandate careful handling and storage of client data.


Both sectors are increasingly prioritising cyber security to safeguard against data breaches and cyber attacks, which can lead to significant financial losses and reputational damage. This involves investing in advanced threat detection systems, cyber security protocols, and regular security audits.

Remote & Hybrid Work Models

The shift to remote and hybrid work, accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic, has led organisations to adopt cloud technologies and virtual communication platforms for seamless operations. This transition is enhancing flexibility and productivity while necessitating robust cyber security measures to protect remote access to sensitive information.

ESG Considerations

Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors are becoming crucial in decision-making processes within both sectors. Financial institutions are integrating ESG criteria into investment and lending decisions, while law firms are focusing on advising clients on ESG compliance and implementing sustainable practices internally.

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