Shareholders at GS Acquisition Holdings (NYSE: GSAH) voted at a special meeting Tuesday to approve the company’s merger with Mirion Technologies, a provider of anti-radiation equipment to the defense sector.
The two companies have set the transaction’s closure date for Wednesday, according to a joint statement.
The combined entity will adopt the name Mirion Technologies and trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol MIR.
GS Acquisition, which is sponsored by a Goldman Sachs Group affiliate, raised $750 million through its initial public offering held in June 2020.
Atlanta-based Mirion is a portfolio company of Charterhouse Capital Partners and has approximately 2,500 employees across the globe.