Automotive chip and application company Indie Semiconductor reported Tuesday it will go public by a blank-look at merger to raise funds for its enlargement endeavours.
The merger with particular objective acquisition company Thunder Bridge Acquisition II values the mixed firm at $1.4 billion, which will trade as Indie Semiconductor on the Nasdaq exchange.
On closing of the offer, the new Indie will receive up to $495 million in income, including the $345 million that Thunder Bridge raised last year from its very own first public featuring. The SPAC was shaped by trader Gary Simanson, a previous CEO of Very first Avenue National Bank.
“[Indie CEO] Donald McClymont and his team have founded a leadership franchise with a differentiated merchandise offering, owning delivered above 100 million models to Tier 1 automotive suppliers globally,” Simanson claimed in a news release.
“By virtue of our mixture, we feel that indie will have the economical firepower to accelerate the company’s strategic expansion initiatives and assistance create an autotech pureplay powerhouse,” he included.
Indie, is based in Aliso Viejo, Calif., and was founded in 2007. It makes sensors for electric and autonomous cars that help advanced driver guidance units, including LiDAR, and connected motor vehicle, consumer encounter, and vehicle electrification applications.
The business said its addressable market is predicted to exceed $38 billion by 2025 and that its strategic backlog situation is valued at much more than $2 billion. But it lost $17 million on income of just $23 million in 2019, according to a presentation that accompanied the merger announcement, and does not anticipate to turn a revenue right until 2023.
“We are psyched to lover with Thunder Bridge II at this crucial expansion juncture to capitalize on our existing style and design gain pipeline, prolong Indie’s item get to, and push scale and even further consolidate within autotech,” McClymont said.
On information of the offer, Thunder Bridge’s shares jumped 2.6% to $10.69 in investing Tuesday.