ROSE HILL

ACQUISITION CORPORATION

Nasdaq: ROSEU

Unlocking Latin America’s Potential

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ABOUT US

Rose Hill Acquisition Corporation is a US$143 Million Special Purpose Acquisition Company (SPAC) listed on Nasdaq under the ticker ROSEU. Our goal is to partner with one Latin American company to provide growth capital, strategic advisory, and a US listing avenue.

We believe the Rose Hill team’s decades of experience and know-how operating, investing in, and advising public multibillion-dollar companies across Latin America offers great value to private companies interested in and seeking a public listing. 

We are confident that with the SPAC vehicle, the growth path of public-ready and high-growth companies that may face hurdles when pursuing equity capital through traditional avenues in the region, will be accelerated.

Our firm by the numbers

We know how the industry operates, so we strategically formed a management team and board with extensive experience investing, deal-making, & operating across Latin America, in addition to having sponsors that are experts with the SPAC product and investing in the region.
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Of combined operating experience in major public Latin American companies and conglomerates across 12 sectors
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In M&A Experience Across All Major Latin American Markets

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Years

Of combined experience investing and transacting in Latin America

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SPACs

Co-Sponsored from our Sponsors, with 13 successful business combinations

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Independent Board Members Strategically Located Across Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, and Peru

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Dedicated management team members, along with an infrastructure support of over 30 professionals

MISSION

Creating a true solution in Latin America

Rose Hill provides a U.S. listing opportunity and an injection in capital to businesses that, due to their size and operating geography, would otherwise have significant difficulty in both given the lack of late-stage private capital financing, local capital market inefficiencies, and insufficient access to American markets for Latin American businesses.

Mexico

IPOs from 2015 to 2020: 14

ADTV as a % of Market Cap: 24%

Colombia

IPOs from 2015 to 2020: 1

ADTV as a % of Market Cap: 11%

Peru

IPOs from 2015 to 2020: 0

ADTV as a % of Market Cap: 44%

Brazil

IPOs from 2015 to 2020: 55

ADTV as a % of Market Cap: 88%

Chile

IPOs from 2015 to 2020: 4

ADTV as a % of Market Cap: 72%

Mexico

IPOs from 2015 to 2020: 14

ADTV as a % of Market Cap: 24%

Colombia

IPOs from 2015 to 2020: 1

ADTV as a % of Market Cap: 11%

Peru

IPOs from 2015 to 2020: 0

ADTV as a % of Market Cap: 44%

Brazil

IPOs from 2015 to 2020: 55

ADTV as a % of Market Cap: 88%

Chile

IPOs from 2015 to 2020: 4

ADTV as a % of Market Cap: 72%

investment criteria

We aim to be the best SPAC alternative in Latin America by providing strategic advice according to the long-term goals and needs of each company.

To achieve this, we will seek to partner with an established company which is primarily guided by these 6 factors:

Enterprise Value

$400 million to $1 billion in pre-money enterprise valuation

Consistent Growth

Substantial historical revenue and EBITDA growth with attractive growth prospects

Demonstrated Profitability

Track record of profitability and operating cash flows with strong fundamentals through the business cycle

High-Quality Management & Owners

Seasoned management teams and owners with a long-term value creation mindset

Public-listing Readiness

Prepared to comply with regulatory requirements for U.S. listed companies

Strong ESG Values

Highest ESG standards on business activity supporting communities and stakeholders

  • $400 million – $1 billion pre-money enterprise valuation
  • From historically superior revenue and EBITDA growth when compared to competitors.s
  • Track record of profitability and operating cash flows with strong fundamentals through the business cycle.
  • Seasoned management teams and owners with a long-term value creation mindset.
  • Prepared to fulfill regulatory requirements for becoming a U.S. publicly traded entity
  • Strong commitment to solving key issues within
    their communities

MAnAGEMENT TEAM

In order to deliver exceptional results, we formed an exceptional team.

This team stands out for its wide breadth and depth of experience, creating a marked difference in leadership and management

Felipe Canales

Co-Chief Executive Officer

Marco Simental

Co-Chief Executive Officer

Jose Mujica

Chief Strategy Officer

Al Hill

Co-Founder / Co-CFO

Juan José Rosas

Co-Founder / Co-CFO

SPONSORS

We are backed by one of the top sponsors in the SPAC industry while also supplementing our regional expertise with a reputable sponsor in Latin America

Cohen & Co., a US based asset manager and financial advisor, provides the Rose Hill team with a strong supportive structure, given its relevant know-how in the SPAC space resulting from its impressive record in sponsoring 34 SPACs and completing 13 successful SPAC combinations.

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in SPAC M&A volume

across 13 transactions since 2015

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Co-Sponsored SPACs
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PIPE Capital Raised

across co-sponsored transactions bringing

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in Assets Under Management

as part of their broader business strategy

Ameris Capital, a Chilean alternative investments asset manager, complements Cohen & Co.’s strengths through its extensive reach in Latin America, opening up opportunities with institutional investors and companies in the region.

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in Assets Under Management
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Funds across the region
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 Investment Professionals
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Limited Partners

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Our strategically assembled board has ample and proven experience advising, operating, and investing in private and public Latam companies through a unique proprietary network.

Mario Fleck

Chairman

Felipe Morris

Independent Director

Pedro Molina

Independent Director

Katia Bouazza

Independent Director

Juan Manuel Fernandez

Independent Director

Cristián Moreno

Independent Director

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