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InsideArbitrage Potential Deal Alert: Tesla (TSLA) weighing takeover bid for Sigma Lithium (SGML)

  • February 18, 2023

POTENTIAL DEAL DETAILS

Stock Sigma Lithium Corporation Symbol SGML
Date Announced 02/17/2023 Source Bloomberg
Type News Report

According to Bloomberg, Tesla (TSLA) has been weighing a takeover of battery-metals miner Sigma Lithium Corp., (SGML)  amid rampant demand for the metal used in electric vehicle batteries.

Update(s):

September 13, 2023: Sigma Lithium and its wholly-owned subsidiary Sigma Brazil (private), announce that both Companies’ Board of Directors are evaluating potential strategic alternatives for the Companies. The Companies received several proposals in relation to the Brazilian Company Sigma Mineração, for the Canadian parent Sigma Lithium Corporation as well as for the Grota do Cirilo Project.

November 1, 2023: Sigma Lithium announces that its strategic review process is advancing to a final round, with consortiums formed amongst certain strategic parties. Sigma Lithium and its board remain committed to its initial timeline with a goal of completing the strategic review process no later than year-end.

December 19, 2023: According a report in Brazil’s Exame publication the two consortiums believed to be in the final stretch to purchase Sigma Lithium are CATL and Volkswagen.

January 14, 2024: According to Financial Times, Chinese electric car-maker BYD has held talks with Brazil’s Sigma Lithium (SGML) over a possible supply agreement, joint venture or acquisition.

 

 

 

 

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