White & Case Advises Fusion Acquisition Corp. in US$2.4 Billion Merger with MoneyLion
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Global law firm White & Case LLP advised Fusion Acquisition Corp., a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC), on a merger with leading digital financial platform MoneyLion, which would result in MoneyLion becoming a publicly listed company. The combined company will have an estimated post-transaction enterprise value of US$2.4 billion.
Last year, White & Case advised Fusion on its US$350 million initial public offering of 35 million units at a price of US$10.00 per unit, including 4.5 million units issued pursuant to the exercise of the underwriters' overallotment option.
The White & Case team was led by partners Elliott Smith and Frank Lupinacci in New York and Gary Silverman in Chicago. Additional team members included counsel Claudette Druehl and associates Sarah Ross, Jordan Leon and Joseph Chung (Capital Markets) in New York, associate Tola Oyeyemi (M&A) in New York, counsel Dianne Lu (Real Estate) in Chicago, partner Arlene Arin Hahn and associates Ketan Pastakia and Anthony Johnson (IP) in New York, partner Steven Gee and associate Narissa Lyngen (Tax) in New York, partner Victoria Rosamond and associates Robin Heszkel and Caroline Cima (Employee Compensation & Benefits) in New York, counsel Paul Pittman and associate Mark Williams (Data/Privacy) in Washington, DC, partner Prat Vallabhaneni in Washington, DC, and associate John Wagner (Financial Regulatory) in New York, partner Seth Kerschner (Environmental) in New York, partner Rebecca Farrington and associate Gabriela Baca (Antitrust) in Washington, DC, associate Graham Silnicki (Debt Finance) in New York, counsel Tami Stark in New York and partner Carolyn Gurland (Disputes) in Chicago. The team was also assisted by international law clerk Mariel Martinez-Zarate and law clerks Harkesh Patel and Tom Robinson.
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