Using Legatics in M&A
Automate Your Signing Process
Legatics can extract the signature pages from your execution version documents and generate Mercury-compliant emails that you can tailor and send with the click of a button. Once you or the parties upload the signed pages, the software will then collate them to create composite copies of the executed documents.
Efficiently Manage Completion Deliverables
Automatically generate your completion checklist and grant access to relevant parties, using granular access permission controls. Parties can then upload documents beside specific line items, leave comments and access documents uploaded by others.
Enhance Client Experience with Real Time Deal Status Tracking
Parties will have their own dashboard through which they can track the status of the deal or a process and see and quickly access items waiting for them to action. They can also set how frequently they receive notifications, and these notifications will be focused only on items relevant to them.
Automatically Generate Your Transaction Bibles
Convert your signing and completion lists into one or more transaction bibles in minutes. The software will rename and number the document titles for you, and generate a hyperlinked index. Parties who are granted access to a particular bible will be able to download the bible directly from the platform.
Daniel worked as a corporate solicitor at top-tier New Zealand firm Russell McVeagh before joining Australian firm Mills Oakley and then completing an MBA at Cambridge University’s Judge Business School.
Luke worked for four and a half years as a corporate lawyer at DLA Piper in London on a variety of M&A, private equity, venture capital and reorganisation transactions.
Victoria was a corporate M&A and equity capital markets associate at Allen & Overy in London, after beginning her career in Sydney as a lawyer at Australia’s leading international firm, Herbert Smith Freehills.