Oak Woods Acquisition Files Proxy on Huajin Holdings Deal

Oak Woods Acquisition filed a proxy and prospectus outlining its proposed combination with Huajin Holdings Limited. The deal was announced last August at a $250 million valuation.

The target is a “smart healthcare service provider” focused on delivering non-medical community healthcare services to the elderly in localities across China. 

Terms call for the SPAC to hold at least $5 million in trust to close the deal, while Huajin would be on the hook under certain circumstances for a $2 million breakup fee if the transaction is terminated.

Oak Woods raised $57.5 million in a March 2023 IPO to target high-growth technology companies in the Asia-pacific region that are engaging in the public and private healthcare, medical services and technology-enabled healthcare services sectors. The SPAC also has a $3.4 million PIPE from its sponsor, Whale Bay International. intends to raise a PIPE to supplement its cash in trust. Read more

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