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Cision Merges with Capitol Acquisition Corp. III and Will Trade on New York Stock Exchange

by | Jun 30, 2017

 The parent company of Cision, a leading global provider of cloud-based earned media solutions, and Capitol Acquisition Corp. III, a publicly traded investment vehicle, announced the closing of their merger following the receipt of stockholder approval at Capitol 3’s annual meeting. In connection with the consummation of the merger, the combined company was renamed Cision Ltd., and anticipates that its ordinary shares and warrants will begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange and NYSE MKT under the symbols CISN and CISN WS, respectively.

“We are excited to have closed our merger with Cision and appreciate our investors for their support of this transaction,” said Mark D. Ein, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Capitol 3.  “As a market leader providing integrated SAAS-based solutions for the growing and increasingly important earned media industry, Cision is exactly the type of investment opportunity we were looking for that should deliver superior long-term returns for shareholders.”

“Becoming a publicly listed company through the merger with Capitol will further accelerate our technology innovation in the communications and PR industries, enabling Cision to execute on our growth plan,” said Cision CEO Kevin Akeroyd. “Our software platform, the Cision Communications Cloud, is transforming the way companies communicate with journalists, influencers and consumers by applying data driven techniques to enable targeted and measurable earned media campaigns.”

As previously announced, Cision’s management team, led by Akeroyd and CFO Jack Pearlstein, will continue to run the combined company.

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