July PSPC Merger Voting Schedule: An Overview of Upcoming Votes and Actions to Watch


After a busy June in which dozens of PSPC merger votes ended, July is shaping up to be another busy month for the PSPC industry.

Several of the June mergers saw strong business trends after their merger votes, and the desperation process was over.

PSPCs could come back in favor, making the July PSPC merger vote dates a potential catalyst for many companies during the month.

Here’s a look at the current dates for the PSPC merger vote in July:

July 8: Vote on the merger of Sunlight Financial with Spartan Acquisition Corporation II (NYSE:SPRQ). The company provides business-to-business services to consumers for the residential solar market. The company offers loan underwriting, processing and financing and has funded more than $ 3.5 billion in solar loans.

July 12: Vote on the merger of Enovix with Rodgers Silicon Valley Acquisition Corp (NASDAQ:RSVA). Enovix is ​​a lithium-ion battery company targeting markets such as wearable devices, mobile communications, PCs, and augmented reality / virtual reality. Intel Corp (NASDAQ:INTC) and Qualcomm Inc (NASDAQ:QCOM) are Enovix customers.

Related link: June PSPC Merger Voting Schedule, An Overview of Upcoming Votes and Actions to Watch

July 12: Vote on the merger of WheelsUp with Ambitious consumer lifestyle company (NYSE:ASPL). The private aviation company posted first-quarter revenue of $ 261.7 million, up 68% year-on-year, and saw its active members reach 9,896, up 56% year-on-year. annual. The company has a partnership with Delta Air Lines Inc (NYSE:DAL).

July 13: Vote on the merger of Markforged with A (NYSE:A). The Markforged 3D printing company has a large customer base that includes the US Air Force, US Army, US Navy, NASA, SpaceX, Blue Origin, and many aerospace, defense and construction companies. the automobile. Investors in Markforged include Porsche Automobil and Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT).

July 13: Vote on the merger of Hillman Group with Landcadia III Management Inc (NASDAQ:LCY). The company is a leader in the fasteners and hardware segment, providing fasteners, hardware, work equipment, gloves, personal protective equipment and key duplication. The company’s products can be found in more than 40,000 locations, including Home Depot Inc (NYSE:High Definition) and Lowe’s Companies Inc (NYSE:LOW).

July 14: Vote on the merger for Owlet with Sandbridge Acquisition Company (NYSE:SBG). Owlet is a digital baby healthcare company with its key products including Owlet Smart Sock and Owlet Monitor Duo. The company reported first-quarter revenue of $ 21.9 million, up 47% year-on-year. It sees revenue increase 42.6% year-over-year to $ 107.2 million in fiscal 2021.

July 14: Vote on the merger of Holley with Empower Ltd (NYSE:EMPW). Holley is a $ 34 billion market leader for performance car and truck enthusiasts. The company has grown through several acquisitions and plans to seek further strategic deals. Holley’s direct-to-consumer channel is the fastest growing with high margins.

July 14: Vote on the merger for Cellularity with GX Acquisition Corp (NASDAQ:GXGX). The company’s mission is to lead the next evolution in cellular medicine.

July 15: Vote on the merger of Evolv Technology with NewHold Investment Company (NASDAQ:NHIC). The company provides contactless screening systems for sports stadiums, office buildings, schools and other events.

July 15: Vote on the merger of Hyzon Motors with Decarbonization Plus Acquisition Corp (NASDAQ:DCRB). The company is building the largest fuel cell production plant in the United States and has signed several contracts for hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.

July 16: Vote on the merger of OppFi with FG New America Acquisition Corp (NYSE:FGNA). OppFi uses artificial intelligence to target the everyday customer overlooked by traditional financial services. Future product launches include credit cards, prime lending, mobile banking, point-of-sale loans, and mortgages.

July 16 (estimate): Vote on the merger of Microvast with Tuscan management company (NASDAQ:THCB). Microvast is a leader in electric vehicle batteries with sales of $ 101 million. The company has a partnership and an investment of Oshkosh Corp (NYSE:OSK).

July 19: Vote on the merger of Stryve Foods with Andina Acquisition Corp III (NASDAQ:ET UN). Stryve Foods offers several protein snack products, including air-dried meat products. The company has investments from Channing Tatum and Justin Herbert, with first-quarter revenue of $ 6.8 million, up 59% year-over-year.

July 20: Vote on the merger of Matterport with Gores Holdings VI Inc (NASDAQ:GHVI). Matterport offers companies turnkey solutions to digitize their real estate assets. The company reported first quarter revenue of $ 26.9 million, up 108% year-over-year, and more than 4.9 million spaces under management.

July 20: Vote on the merger of Faraday Future with Real estate solutions acquisition company (NASDAQ:PSAC). Faraday Future is a technology-driven luxury electric vehicle company. The company plans to sell more than 400,000 vehicles over the next five years, starting with its flagship vehicle FF91.

July 20: Vote on the merger of Berkshire Gray with Revolution Acceleration Acquisition Corp (NASDAQ:RAAC). Berkshire Gray uses artificial intelligence for robotics and automated solutions. The company will help automate warehouses and logistics distribution centers.

July 20: Vote on the merger of QOMPLX with Tailwind Acquisition Corp (NYSE:TWND). The company is a leader in cloud-native risk analysis using data to help predict cybersecurity, insurance and financial risks.

July 22: Vote on the merger of Lucid Motors with Churchill Capital Corp IV (NYSE:CCIV). Lucid Motors is an electric vehicle company that will market the Lucid Air in the second half of 2021 and plans to introduce lower cost future models and additional vehicle models in the future.

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