(Reuters) – U.S. supply chain management software firm E2open LLC is nearing a deal to go public through a merger with blank-check acquisition company CC Neuberger Principal Holdings I at a valuation of more than $2.5 billion, including debt, people familiar with the matter said on Tuesday.
An agreement could be announced as soon as Wednesday, the sources said, cautioning that talks could still falter. E2open is owned by private equity firm Insight Partners.
The sources requested anonymity because the matter is confidential. CC Neuberger declined to comment. E2open and Insight Partners did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
CC Neuberger I shares rose as much as 10.7% on the news but pared gains to close 3.2% higher at $10.53.
CC Neuberger I is a special purpose acquisition (SPAC), or shell, company that uses proceeds from an initial public offering to acquire a private company, which then becomes public as a result.
Merging with a SPAC has become a popular alternative to going public in a traditional initial public offering, as it involves less regulatory scrutiny and more certainty over the market valuation and funds raised.
So far this year, sports betting platform DraftKings Inc and electric commercial truck maker Nikola Corp have gone public by merging with a SPAC.
Insight Partners took E2open private in 2015 in a roughly $273 million deal. The Austin, Texas-based company sells software that allows companies to manage their supply chain.
E2open’s revenue is around five times what it was in 2015, one of the sources said. It stands to benefit as companies automate their supply chains further in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Led by veteran Wall Street dealmaker Chinh Chu’s investment firm, CC Neuberger I raised $414 million in an IPO in April with the aim of buying a company in the financial,
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(Bloomberg) — Britain’s deals watchdog said it’s “only right” that it gets to review a tie-up between Liberty Global Plc and Telefonica SA in the nation, setting up a regulatory tussle with the European Union as the U.K. and EU leaders clash over their future relationship.
The Competition and Markets Authority asked the European Commission to transfer a probe into Liberty Global’s plan to merge its Virgin Media unit with Telefonica’s O2 in the U.K. The EU’s competition regulator, which normally clings on tightly to investigations of telecom deals, acknowledged the request, pushing back its deadline to rule on the deal until Nov. 19
“As the merger will only impact U.K. consumers — and any effects would only be felt after the end of the transition period — it is only right for the CMA to request it back,” CMA Chief Executive Officer Andrea Coscelli said in an emailed statement on Thursday.
Liberty Global sought European Commission approval for the transaction last week. EU regulators can transfer a review to smaller national authorities if they think they are best placed to make a decision. The EU has rarely handed back mobile-phone deals and has often taken a harsh line on telecoms consolidation. Although Britain quit the EU earlier this year, EU law still applies and large deals are handled by the Brussels-based authority during a transition period until