Legitify signs dotted line on €1.5m funding round

Stockholm-born but Dublin-headquartered Legitify is digitalising and streamlining the notarisation process.

Online notarisation platform Legitify has raised €1.5m in a funding round led by Verb Ventures with support from Enterprise Ireland, Actium Partners, Redbay Ventures and other investors.

The funding marks a strong vote of confidence in Legitify’s innovative approach to simplifying and streamlining notarisation processes.

“We’re excited to solidify our position as a leader in tech-enabled notarisation and essential business services as we continue to expand into new markets”

Founded in the autumn of 2020 in Stockholm, Sweden, by co-founders Aida Lutaj (CEO) and Arko Ganguli (CPO), and headquartered in Dublin, Ireland, the company is also backed by Antler, NDRC and Alchemist Accelerator.

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The company empowers both enterprises and individuals to effortlessly certify and notarize documents online, transcending traditional jurisdictional boundaries and transforming in-person processes with a sleek, intuitive, and cost-effective online solution.

“This funding round, spearheaded by Verb Ventures, represents a significant leap forward for Legitify,” said Lutaj.

“It not only reinforces our commitment to making cross-border legal processes smoother and more accessible but also paves the way for us to expand our product offering, introduce AI-powered enhancements to our solution and broadening our operational reach. We’re excited to solidify our position as a leader in tech-enabled notarisation and essential business services as we continue to expand into new markets.”

Legitify’s impact is already evident, with many notable leading enterprises and professional services firms across over 40 geographies leveraging the solution for their notarization needs.

“We are delighted to support Legitify as the company continues to remove the complexity and barriers to notarisation processes for individuals and companies through their innovative online notarisation solution aiming to simplify cross-border transactions,” said Donnnchadh Cullinan, department manager (ICT) for High Potential Start-ups at Enterprise Ireland.

“Legitify facilitates the seamless processing of certifying and notarising legal documents online remotely across different jurisdictions, helping business to grow globally. This is an exciting growth phase for the company, and we look forward to working with the Legitify team on its ambitious plans.”

The company is setting the new standard for online document certification and notarisation across Europe and beyond, servicing over 1100 customers to date, and spanning sectors from financial services, legal services, consulting, real estate and more.

As Legitify embarks on this exciting new chapter, the company is poised to further disrupt the legal-tech market and redefine the standards of efficiency, accessibility, and security in online notarization services and broader legal processes. 

“We believe that superior products develop superior businesses. Legitify and its founders accumulate the drive, user understanding and legal expertise to build superior products and continue as a frontrunners in the massive digital notarisation market,” added Javier Extebeste, chair, Rebay Ventures.

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