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Wipro invests in SDVerse with a massive $5.8 million contribution


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Wipro invests in SDVerse with a massive $5.8 million contribution

Wipro contributes $5.8 million to SDVerse, an automotive software marketplace, with Magna International and General Motors as founding members and arranging with Wipro IT Services.

$5.8 million has been contributed by Wipro to the automotive software marketplace SDVerse. General Motors, Magna International, and Wipro are the founding members of SDVerse, a recently created company with its registered office in Delaware.

An agreement has been reached between General Motors and Magna International, who will own 46% and 27% of SDVerse, respectively, and Wipro IT Services, the company that steps down.

Each founding member is entitled to designate a board member in line with local regulations as part of the agreement. In addition, the JV agreement contains provisions about the prohibition of new share issuance, mergers, changes in control, liquidations, and other customary membership rights relevant to this kind of deal.

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