SPAC Attack: What now and what’s next?

Capitalizing on the IPO express option


Fire up for a fast-moving transaction


A special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) travels light and fast. It registers the offer and sale of stock and warrants with the SEC, does an IPO selling shares and warrants for cash, and invests the cash in short-term money market-type instruments. The business plan is to buy an operating company, using IPO proceeds. Initial public stakeholders aren’t limited to IPO underwriters and clients; investors can co-invest with sponsor firms. This can mean a shorter time to liquidity for investors in a private company. SPAC IPOs are an efficient way to go; however, to reap the benefits, stakeholders must move with speed to conduct due diligence on target companies, and target companies must be able to function as a public company well before their acquisition date. We help our clients navigate the journey.





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