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Babylon to become a public company via $4.2bn merger with Alkuri Global


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UK digital health provider Babylon has announced plans to become a public company following a $4.2bn merger.

The company has entered into a definitive merger agreement with special purpose acquisition company Alkuri Global.

It will give the healthtech company a pro forma equity value of $4.2bn.

The merger is expected to be completed in the second half of 2021.

“We are at the very make it digital-first and prevention-first and shift the focus away from sick care to true health care,” - Ali Parsa, founder and chief executive of Babylon.

The merger is expected to deliver up to $575m gross proceeds, including up to $345m from Alkuri Global.

Several external investors, including Palantir, have helped fund a $230m private placement.

Recently Babylon has signed major deals with The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust and Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust.

Funds to help this digital health company take a leap in offering quality healthcare

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