A Grab driver waits to pick up a food order in Singapore. Grab Holdings is delaying the completion of its merger that will allow it to go public in the United States. Photo: Bloomberg A Grab driver waits to pick up a food order in Singapore. Grab Holdings is delaying the completion of its merger that will allow it to go public in the United States. Photo: Bloomberg
A Grab driver waits to pick up a food order in Singapore. Grab Holdings is delaying the completion of its merger that will allow it to go public in the United States. Photo: Bloomberg

Grab to delay its SPAC merger until fourth quarter, stretching the IPO horizon by Southeast Asia’s largest technology unicorn

  • Grab is awaiting pre-clearance of accounting policies by US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
  • Grab plans to go public in the US following its merger with a blank-cheque company, also known as a SPAC

Topic |   Mergers & Acquisitions
A Grab driver waits to pick up a food order in Singapore. Grab Holdings is delaying the completion of its merger that will allow it to go public in the United States. Photo: Bloomberg A Grab driver waits to pick up a food order in Singapore. Grab Holdings is delaying the completion of its merger that will allow it to go public in the United States. Photo: Bloomberg
A Grab driver waits to pick up a food order in Singapore. Grab Holdings is delaying the completion of its merger that will allow it to go public in the United States. Photo: Bloomberg
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