Lowenstein partner Jeffrey D. Prol rang the opening bell on the Nasdaq stock exchange this morning, along with five other external partners of Faraday Future (Nasdaq: FFIE), to celebrate the closing of FFIE’s merger with Property Solutions Acquisition Corporation, a publicly traded special purpose acquisition company (SPAC). Following the merger, FFIE will be traded on the Nasdaq.
Prol is the trustee of the Founding Future Creditors Trust, a significant shareholder in FFIE. Lowenstein partners Andrew Behlmann and Michael A. Kaplan represent the Trust and were actively involved in the SPAC merger process.
FFIE is a California-based, global shared intelligent mobility ecosystem company that designs and engineers next-generation smart electric connected vehicles. Established in May 2014, the company is headquartered in Los Angeles along with its R&D Center and Futurist Testing Lab and has offices in Silicon Valley, Beijing, Shanghai, and Chengdu and a pop-up retail store in New York City. FFIE's vision is to create a shared intelligent mobility ecosystem that empowers everyone to move, connect, breathe, and live freely.
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