Ocelot raises $425m in London Spac IPO for European tech acquisition

By Aidan Gregory
08 Mar 2017

Ocelot Partners, a special purpose acquisition company founded by LionTree Partners, Andrew Barron and Martin Franklin, this week successfully completed its $425m IPO on the London Stock Exchange.

Barclays and UBS were global co-ordinators.

British Virgin Islands-domiciled Ocelot will use the proceeds to finance the acquisition of the debt and equity of a company. It has not yet finalised an acquisition target, but its choice will not be limited to a geographic region, although it ...

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