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==Idea== <vimeo>673533837</vimeo> Every year companies go through the costly and cumbersome nightmare of producing the paperwork and complying with regulations required to issue and/or maintain their listings. It’s a costly and painful process with deal-teams using old and inefficient technologies. ScribeStar helps fix that. Our smart automation and a customised set of digital tools make market interactions easier, cheaper and lower risk. In an interview with the London Stock Exchange Taylor Wessing LLP’s Partner William Belcher said: “[Savings from using ScribeStar’s automation] …are very material. I hesitate to say 50% but it’s not far off…with ScribeStar being a differentiator for the firm in front of clients” In 2021 ScribeStar’s law firm client base more than tripled to 10 UK law firms, and users now include firms like Taylor Wessing, Travers Smith, BCLP, Eversheds Sutherland, CMS Law, amongst others. ScribeStar aims to be the digital connector between companies and the market. We currently have 3 commercial offers being reviewed by national stock exchanges, trials done by two others, and a handful of others in different stages of conversations. This is an opportunity to invest in ScribeStar’s growth with our core client groups, positioning with stock exchanges, and expanding our platform to ESG reporting. Join us on our mission to become the standard for issuance and reporting in capital markets.
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