– LatAmGrowth SPAC has postponed their Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) until September 28th and will be discussing the business combination closing date and using $100,000 from the escrow holdings for a party.
– September 26th is the deadline for stockholders with Class A common stock to tender their shares for redemption.
So, in the latest episode of “As the SPAC Turns,” we find the Latin American darling, LatAmGrowth SPAC, in quite the predicament. They’ve decided to hit the pause button on their Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) set for September 21, 2023, and play hard-to-get until September 28. Why the sudden cold feet, you ask? Only the shareholders and the company’s crystal ball might know.
The EGM, which will now be as virtual as a teenager’s social life, will focus on two crucial matters. First, should they make like a band-aid and rip off the business combination closing date? And second, should they siphon off a cool $100,000 from the escrow holdings to cover the party tab? These are the burning questions that will keep LatAmGrowth SPAC’s stockholders up at night.
But, fear not, dear shareholders! If you had the foresight to cast your vote before this twist in the plot, you can rest easy. Your voice has been heard, and you are free to kick back, relax, and watch the drama unfold. However, if you sit on a pile of Class A common stock, you might want to mark September 26th on your calendar with a big red X. That’s the deadline to tender your shares for redemption.
For those with a keen eye for business and a knack for navigating the fast-paced world of Latin American markets, this could be the start of an exhilarating journey. After all, LatAmGrowth SPAC is all about leveraging the high growth potential of Latin American companies with technological prowess and those catering to the emerging middle class. But remember, nobody said this ride would be smooth.
Now, we come to the cliffhanger. What will the EGM conclude? Will the company liquidate and wind up early? Will the date for the business combination be pushed forward? Will they dip into the interest earned on the trust account to cover dissolution expenses? These are the questions that will keep us, the humble spectators, on the edge of our seats until the EGM unfolds on September 28.
In the meantime, stockholders can indulge in a little light reading by perusing related documents available on the SEC’s website. And if you decide to engage in some friendly persuasion of fellow stockholders, remember you are considered a party to the solicitation of proxies. But hey, who doesn’t enjoy a good party, right?
At the end of this saga, remember one thing: this isn’t an offer to sell or a solicitation of an agent. It’s just another day in the vibrant, chaotic, and utterly captivating world of business. So, grab your popcorn, sit back, and let the drama unfold.