To SPAC-ulate, or Not?
Examining SPAC Performance Pre- and Post-Merger
This SPAC research guide arms advisors & investors with advanced insights about SPAC performance before, during, and after they merge with a company.
Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs) are vehicles through which private companies can go public. But their unique structure and lifecycle mean that a SPAC-born company's lifetime share performance can differ from that of companies taking the traditional IPO route.
To help advisors, asset managers, and investors understand the SPAC lifecycle—from IPO, to merger announcement, through merger closing and beyond—we studied SPACs that successfully merged with an operating company... and found performance can vary significantly between steps in the SPAC process.
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