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Daily Deal Round Up: June 11, 2021
Transcarent has raised $58m from Bayer and Merck, while Nvidia has bought DeepMap, one of its portfolio companies also backed by Bosch.
Didi begins IPO proceedings in the US
The corporate-backed on-demand ride provider has filed for an initial public offering in the US and could raise as much as $10bn in proceeds.
1stdibs dives into $115m IPO
The Alibaba and Groupe Artémis-backed upmarket goods marketplace issued 5.75 million shares priced at $20 each.
Tata Digital to take in 1mg
The Tata unit has reportedly bought a 55% stake in the Intel Capital-backed digital pharmacy operator, which was valued at $200m as of mid-2019.
SoftBank-backed Zhangmen zips to US IPO
The SoftBank-backed online tutoring course provider has floated in a $41.7m offering that comes in the wake of some $1.1bn in venture funding.
Ciox and Datavant converge in $7bn deal
Roivant spinoff Datavant is joining forces with medical data technology peer Ciox Health, which counts Merck & Co as an investor.
MissFresh to pay visit to public markets
The fresh produce delivery platform could hand exits to Lenovo and Tencent in a US offering with a reported target of up to $1bn.
Monday.com meets Salesforce and Zoom amid $574m IPO
Salesforce Ventures and Zoom are each investing $75m of shares in a private placement alongside the work management platform developer's flotation.

Other News

Wallbox opens to $1.5bn reverse merger
Copec and Iberdrola-backed EV charger producer Wallbox is set to receive a New York Stock Exchange listing through the transaction.
Marqeta gets to market in $1.2bn IPO
The Mastercard, Visa, CreditEase and CommerzBank-backed card issuing platform developer priced the offering above its range.
Dingdong Maicai bids for public markets spot
The groceries delivery service has filed for an initial public offering reportedly set to be up to $500m in size that would allow Bertelsmann, Red Star Macalline and SoftBank to exit.
Clear makes space for initial public offering
The security technology producer is set to list shares on the New York Stock Exchange, presenting an opportunity for several corporate backers to exit.
Daily Deal Round Up: June 8, 2021
McCain helped meatless nugget producer Simulate secure a $250m valuation while retail technology developer Grabango raised $39m from investors including Unilever and Honeywell.
Dave banks on $4bn reverse merger
The Chernin Group, Capital One and Kraft Group-backed banking app developer will get a New York Stock Exchange listing through the deal.

Editor's Picks

MissFresh to pay visit to public markets
The fresh produce delivery platform could hand exits to Lenovo and Tencent in a US offering with a reported target of up to $1bn.
Dave banks on $4bn reverse merger
The Chernin Group, Capital One and Kraft Group-backed banking app developer will get a New York Stock Exchange listing through the deal.
Full Truck Alliance formulates $1.5bn IPO filing
Vision Fund is the largest shareholder of freight services provider Full Truck Alliance, which is reportedly seeking a $20bn valuation when it floats.
Arqit arranges $1bn reverse merger
Virgin Orbit and Sumitomo Corporation are participating in a $70m PIPE financing to support a reverse takeover for the quantum encryption technology developer.
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