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Latham & Watkins Advises Tegus in Acquisition of Canalyst

August 2, 2022
Multidisciplinary team represents the investment research platform in transaction with financial data and analysis provider.

Tegus, a Chicago-based research platform for investors, has announced it will acquire Canalyst, creating a new industry standard for modern research. Vancouver-based Canalyst offers more than 4,000 fully drivable financial models and company benchmarking data, with every key performance indicator and comparison that matters for making business-critical decisions.

Latham & Watkins LLP represents Tegus in the acquisition with a corporate deal team Chicago partners Daniel Breslin and Cathy Birkeland, and Austin partner Jen Smith, with Chicago associates Jana Kovich, Edward Brennan, Dalton Powell, Autumn Schmidt, Omar Ammash, and Erica Kucharski. Advice was also provided on finance matters by Bay Area partner Haim Zaltzman and Houston partner Pamela Kellet, with Washington, D.C. associates Jennifer Kent, Fitsum Tilahun, and Patrick Loeffler and Austin associate Erin Cusenbary; on tax matters by Chicago partner Rene de Vera, with Chicago associate Gharrett Favinger; on benefits and compensation matters by Bay Area partner Ashley Wagner, with Bay Area associate Niveda Anandan; on intellectual property matters by Orange County counsel David Kuiper, with Bay Area associate Amy Tosi and Los Angeles associate Nick Goshgarian; on data privacy matters by Bay Area partner Robert Blamires, with Bay Area associate Jennifer Howes and Boston associate Kiara Vaughn; on regulatory and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act matters by Chicago partner Meredith Monroe, with Chicago associate John Doyle; on antitrust matters by Bay Area partner Kelly Smith Fayne, with New York associate Frances Chapman; and on sanctions matters by Washington, D.C. counsel Andrew Galdes.