NEW YORK & LONDON – Global law firm Reed Smith has advised CorpAcq Holdings Limited on its definitive agreement for a business combination with Churchill Capital Corp VII (NYSE: CVII), a special purpose acquisition company. This transaction values CorpAcq at a pro forma enterprise value of $1.58 billion. Upon closing of the transaction, the combined company will operate as CorpAcq and intends to list on the New York Stock Exchange.
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CorpAcq is one of a small club of companies in the Northern European region that employ the compounder model of acquiring and holding small to medium-sized businesses, the largest of which has grown to a portfolio size of more than 225 companies.

Churchill Capital Corporation is a leader in listed equity growth vehicles. Churchill Capital invests in, executes value-enhancement strategies for and provides other support for high-quality, entrepreneurial businesses in the public markets.

The Reed Smith cross-office M&A team that advised CorpAcq included New York partners Jennifer W. Cheng and Chris Sheaffer, Philadelphia partner Susan Nieto, London partner Daryl Cue, New York associates Terrence Fairfield and Emerson Bianchi and London associates Heidi Paget-Brown, and Heather Stewart.

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