CryptoGlobal to go public by way of QT/RTO

Apolo Acquisition Corp. (TSX-V: ACA.P), a capital pool company (CPC), has entered into a binding letter with CryptoGlobal Inc. to effect a business combination of the two companies, which will constitute as Apolo Acquisition’s Qualifying Transaction (QT) and a reverse take-over (RTO) by CryptoGlobal.

Pursuant to the agreement, the holders of the issued and outstanding common shares of CryptoGlobal shall receive one a post-consolidated Apolo common share for each CryptoGlobal common share. On or immediately prior to the completion of the proposed transaction, Apolo will effect a name change to such name as may be determined by CryptoGlobal and Apolo will consolidate the Apolo common shares on the basis of one “new” post-consolidated Apolo common share for every 3.938 old Apolo shares issued.

At closing, the former shareholders of Apolo will own approximately 2.7% of the issued and outstanding shares of the resulting issuer.

Apolo and CryptoGlobal may terminate the agreement under certain specified circumstances, including in the event that the QT is not completed by March 31, 2018.

CryptoGlobal may complete a financing in connection with the RTO prior to closing.

On October 30, 2017, CyptoGlobal closed an initial round of private financing with Canadian and international investors from USA, Cayman Islands, Guernsey, The Netherlands, and The United Kingdom.

photo credit: CryptoGlobal

Ted Liu

Ted Liu, M.Sc. (Mining, Queen's), MBA (Finance, Toronto), is the Editor of Private Capital Journal, CanadaMetals.ca, TechWire.ca, and the former Editor of Canadian Private Equity. Ted has been passionately tracking Canadian private capital industry since 1992, having most recently served as Research Director for The Canadian Venture Capital and Private Equity Association (CVCA).

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