Jacob Travers represents financial institutions and corporate clients in a variety of U.S. and
cross-border transactions, including initial public offerings, public and private offerings of
equity and debt securities, mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures and other significant corporate
Mr. Travers counsels clients of all sizes and across a variety of industries on the review and
preparation of SEC filings, corporate governance matters and interactions with security
holders, stock exchanges and other regulatory bodies.
Recent representations include:
- Compute Health Acquisition Corp. in its US$500 million business combination with
Allurion Technologies Inc., a medical technology company
- Stena AB in:
- a Rule 144A/Regulation S high-yield offering of US$350 million of 6.125% bonds due
2025 and €315 million of 3.75% bonds due 2025 by its subsidiary, Stena International S.A.
- a tender offer by its subsidiary, Stena International S.A., of US$265 million of 5.75%
senior secured notes due 2024
- FREYR Battery in its first SEC-registered follow-on offering of 23 million ordinary shares
at a price of $11.50 per share
- Wolt Enterprises Oy in its £7 billion acquisition by DoorDash, Inc.
- RMG Acquisition Corp. II in its US$8 billion business combination with ReNew Power,
India’s leading renewable power company, and the deal’s US$855 million PIPE transaction.
This was the first-ever de-SPAC transaction involving an Indian company
- Compute Health Acquisition Corp. in its US$863 million initial public offering of units
consisting of one share of Class A common stock and one-quarter of one redeemable warrant
- RMG Acquisition Corp. II in its US$345 million initial public offering of units consisting
of one Class A ordinary share and one-third of one redeemable warrant
- Coty Inc. in its strategic partnership with KKR & Co. Inc., including the carve-out sale of
60% of its professional beauty and retail hair businesses to KKR with an enterprise value
of US$4.3 billion