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12 July 20232 minute read

DLA Piper advises Capturiant on its official launch

DLA Piper advised Capturiant, a subsidiary of Entoro, LLC and a global environmental asset validator, registry and exchange, on its official launch. Capturiant is now onboarding both project developers and buyers of high-quality carbon credits.

Capturiant offers issuers a way to validate, register and transact credits of environmental assets. With onboarding for the exchange’s first two listings underway, the company is determined to execute on a current pipeline of more than 50 additional listings by the end of 2023.

“We were excited to advise Capturiant during this crucial point in its development as the company executes on its mission to bring efficiency and transparency to the carbon credits market. On behalf of our team, it was a pleasure to advise Capturiant and have an opportunity to demonstrate our extensive digital asset sector capabilities,” said Deanna Reitman, the DLA Piper of counsel who led the deal team.

In addition to Reitman (Houston and New York), the DLA Piper team that advised Capturiant included partners Glenn Reitman (Houston and New York), Margo Tank and Deborah Meshulam (both in Washington, DC), Eric Forni (Boston), Katie Hausfeld (Chicago); of counsels Catherine Campbell (Washington, DC) and David Whitaker (Chicago); senior attorneys Liz Caires (Dallas) and Rachel Toker (Washington, DC); senior counsel Peter Rice (Chicago); and associates Sean Newland (Phoenix) and Michael Mapp (Houston).