Giant Oak Acquisition Chops Deal Size in Half Ahead of $100M IPO

Giant Oak Acquisition in an amended S-1 filing noted it now plans to offer 10 million units at $10 each, down from the 20 million units registered with the SEC in February 2022.

A unit still consists of one ordinary share, one right to receive one-tenth of a share upon the closing of an initial business combination, and a warrant.

The sponsor and some members of the SPAC's board have significant business ties to or are based in and Hong Kong. Giant Oak said it may consider a business combination with an entity or business with a physical presence or other significant ties to China or Hong Kong.

Giant Oak plans to draw on the management team's experience to a range of companies, including those with a connection to the Asian markets.

Chairwoman and CEO Lei Zhang has been an Advisor at Ivy Capital since January 2019, providing consulting services for start-up companies to improve their operations, sales, and strategies. CFO Changjiang (River) Chi also serves as the Chief Financial Officer of Venus Acquisition, a SPAC that completed its public offering in February 2021.

Ladenburg Thalmann is sole book-running manager of the offering.

Giant Oak applied to list on the under the symbol GOSCU. Read more.

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