SPACs Step-by-Step – from the Sponsor to IPO to Acquisitions
A Special Purpose Acquisition Company (SPAC) is a public company that is created to acquire private assets. There are a number of ways to use a SPAC, but the process of creating, funding, and then buying private assets is basically the same, no matter the goals of the SPAC.
While the end result of a SPAC will be a publicly traded company that owns formerly private assets, the process that achieves this result takes place in a number of stages. If you want to know more about how a SPAC is formed, funded, and operates, you are in the right place.
Here are the basics of the SPAC process, as it applies once a SPAC business idea has been defined and the SPAC’s acquisition strategy has been outlined:
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