Morae Global Corporation (“Morae”) announced the expansion of its global operations and business with the strategic acquisition of UK-based technology and managed legal services provider Exigent Group Limited (“Exigent”). The combined company creates one of the legal industry’s largest providers in the world.
The deal doubles Morae’s service delivery capacity by bringing all the global expertise and resourcing scale of both companies into a single platform.
The resulting platform offers one of the legal industry’s largest consulting and delivery teams for the creation and execution of solutions designed specifically for legal departments and law firms. This includes ten centres of excellence across North America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and the Asia-Pacific.
Our acquisition of Exigent, which achieves a major milestone in our growth strategy, enhances our capabilities to serve our clients and collaborate with them to change legal together. Exigent’s technology and its best-in-class Bangalore and Cape Town centres of excellence combined with Morae’s industry experience, expertise, and practical know-how enable a substantially greater scale and capability for our global delivery of managed legal solutions to our clients.” Shahzad Bashir, Chief Executive Officer at Morae
Today marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter for Morae and Exigent. With the pace of change in legal quickening, especially in terms of technology and innovative resourcing, our union creates a global delivery platform that stands second to none in the market. We look forward to engaging with our many new Morae colleagues, with whom we share a common vision and passion for legal transformation and perfectly aligned cultural values in integrity and trust, accountability, and collaboration.” Nicola Stott, Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder at Exigent
The acquisition of Exigent establishes a single company under the Morae brand, spanning five continents and serving more than 1000 clients worldwide, with a global solution set that includes Contracts, Discovery, Information, Managed Services and Strategy.
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