Make your cap table legally binding

To create a legally binding share register, it must contain a handwritten signature. With quadblock you can download a beautiful snapshot of your company’s shares structure. Print and sign it to have a legally valid document.

It includes the current cap table, including the non-diluted and fully-diluted stake of each shareholder (if you have options or phantom stock), your convertibles and ESOPs, and finally the transaction history, which tracks every change ever made to your cap table since the incorporation.

PDF export of the share register

Send holding confirmations with ease

Remember that day last year during tax season when you had to send holding confirmations to each shareholder, filling out boring Word templates by hand?

We’ve got the solution for you. With a single click, quadblock creates nicely formatted holding confirmations for all of your shareholders and send them directly via email.

Reduce hours of tedious work to just a few seconds. Hurray!

Dialog for holding confirmation

The holding confirmation lists all assets that a shareholder owns, as well as their total value needed for the tax declaration. Employees will be able to see their stock ownership plans and how many of their total shares they already have vested.
All documents are ready to be sent to the tax authority!

Holding confirmation

Bring order to your documents

Every transaction in your share register usually comes with a pile of additional documents, like contracts. Get rid of complicated folder structures and attach them directly to your transactions. quadblock gives you an overview of all documents that you uploaded and their corresponding transactions. Also in your transaction history, you can select any transaction and see all connected documents at a glance.

You can also share your documents by sending a simple link to your shareholders. This eliminates confusion about different versions of documents, as it is often the case when sending documents via email.

Document management

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