The biggest blank-check company in Europe, backed by LVMH founder and world's richest man Bernard Arnault, and former UniCredit chief Jean Pierre Mustier, is set to be wound up after failing to find a target in the financial services sector.
Pegasus Europe announced that it will cease operations and is preparing to return capital to its investors at the beginning of May, subject to approval by shareholders, the financial times reports.
The SPAC floated on the Amsterdam exchange in December 2021, raising 200 million euros ($226 million). Read more.
Source: Europe's Biggest SPAC will Dissolve