Special Eligibility Agreement For Securities

SEC rules require SPACs to submit a special Form 8-K within four business days of closing a PSPC transaction. This Form 8-K is called "Super 8-K" and must contain all the information that would be required in a registration declaration under Form 10 (the registration declaration for companies that do not become public reporting companies through a registered IPO). Much of the information contained in the Super 8-K will already be included in PSPC`s proxy statement or offer documents for the PSPC transaction, but the Super 8-K may require additional financial information for the target activity. CUSIP® (Committee on Uniform Security Identification Procedures) is a standard securities identification and description system used in the electronic processing and recording of securities transactions in North America. A CUSIP® number clearly identifies a Canadian or U.S. security and its issuer. SPACs enter into a correspondence agreement with their senior managers, directors and sponsors. The correspondence agreement may include, among other things, a voting agreement requiring senior officers, directors and sponsors to coordinate their founding and public actions, if any, in favor of the PSPC transaction and certain other matters, a lock-in agreement, a sponsor agreement, to indemnify spac for certain claims that may be invoked against the fiduciary account. an obligation to lose founders` shares to the extent that the green shoe is not fully exercised and an agreement not to sponsor other PSCS until PSPC has entered into a final agreement for a PSPC transaction. The Correspondence Agreement also documents the agreement between senior management, directors and the Sponsor to waive any withdrawal rights they may have with respect to their founding shares and public shares, if applicable, in connection with the PSPC Transaction, an amendment to the PSPC Articles of Association to extend the closing time of the PSPC Transaction, or PSPC`s omission, Complete the PSPC Transaction within the prescribed time frame (although senior officers, directors and sponsors are entitled to withdrawal and liquidation rights for all public shares they hold if PSPC does not complete the PSPC Transaction within the prescribed time frame). In addition, the private equity manager will likely need to consider how to allocate investment opportunities between PSPC and existing funds.

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