Hiro Metaverse Acquisitions SPAC delists following failure to identify merger target

London Stock Exchange

Cristian Angeloni
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Special purpose acquisition company Hiro Metaverse Acquisitions has delisted from the London Stock Exchange today (8 February).

Affiliated to gaming venture capital fund Hiro Capital, the SPAC listed on the LSE in February 2022 to tap into metaverse and gaming opportunities. Hambro Perks SPAC de-lists However, the company explained that, in the current economic conditions, it has not been able to complete a business combination before the expiry date of 7 February 2024, resulting in its leaving the stock exchange. As a result, its public shares and public warrants have been cancelled, alongside its standard listing segment of the official list of the Financial Conduct Authority and on the main market for li...

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