Cannae Holdings, Inc. Announces Closing of Business Combination between Trebia Acquisition Corp. and System1
Combined Company to Trade on NYSE Under Ticker SST Commencing
Through a series of transactions, System1 has merged with Trebia, and Trebia has changed its name to “System1, Inc.” as of the closing date. Beginning on
Upon the completion of this Business Transaction, Cannae will have invested a total of
System1 delivers high-intent customers to its advertising partners through its omnichannel and omnivertical Responsive Acquisition Marketing Platform (RAMP). System1’s RAMP technology allows it to build brands with reach, develop and distribute a suite of privacy-focused products, and deliver high-intent customers to SST’s advertising partners.
System1’s management team, led by Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder
William P. Foley II, Chairman of Cannae, commented, "We are proud to partner with System1 and look forward to supporting this exciting new chapter for the company. With its proprietary RAMP technology and unique value proposition, we’re confident that System1 will continue to expand its position as a leading digital marketing company. We are excited to see System1 enter its next phase of growth, now with added capital resources.”
System1 combines best-in-class technology & data science to operate its advanced Responsive Acquisition Marketing Platform (RAMP). System1’s RAMP is omnichannel and omnivertical, and built for a privacy-centric world. RAMP enables the building of powerful brands across multiple consumer verticals, the development & growth of a suite of privacy-focused products, and the delivery of high-intent customers to advertising partners.
For more information, visit www.system1.com.
For more information, visit www.trebiaacqcorp.com.
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