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15 June 2021 / deal

Yucaipa Acquisition Corporation on USD 3.2 billion deSPAC merger with SIGNA Sports United

Yucaipa Acquisition Corporation (NYSE: YAC), a publicly-traded special purpose acquisition company and SIGNA Sports United, a leading global sports e-commerce and tech platform, have announced a definitive agreement for a business combination that will result in SIGNA Sports United becoming a public company.

Yucaipa Acquisition Corporation on USD 3.2 billion deSPAC merger with SIGNA Sports United

The combination also includes the acquisition of the WiggleCRC Group, the second-largest online bike retailer globally, currently owned by Bridgepoint. Upon closing of the transaction, the combined company will trade on the NYSE under the SIGNA Sports United name.

Loyens & Loeff represents Yucaipa Acquisition Corporation in the transaction, with a team led by Michel van Agt and Roel Fluit, together with Gearte Sijens, Lard Rehr (corporate), Louis Lutz, Ingrid Hijdra and Sandrine Lekkerkerker (tax).



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