Grab CEO Anthony Tan to have 60.4% voting power following merger

Felicia Tan
Felicia Tan4/14/2021 7:15 PM GMT+08  • 2 min read
Grab CEO Anthony Tan to have 60.4% voting power following merger
The stake is revealed as Tan holds some 122.9 million Class B ordinary shares, representing a 2.2% stake in the company.
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Grab CEO and co-founder Anthony Tan will have 60.4% of voting power following the merger between Grab Holdings and Altimeter Growth Corp.

The stake is revealed as Tan holds some 122.9 million Class B ordinary shares, representing a 2.2% stake in the company following the merger.

Each Class B share is entitled to 45 votes.

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