A special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) is a “blank check” shell corporation designed to take companies public without going through the traditional IPO process.
Though SPACs have been around for decades, the financial maneuver has gained traction in recent months as more private companies eye exit opportunities and as the Covid-19 pandemic creates
uncertainty in the IPO market.
In fact, the number of SPAC IPOs in 2020 has already more than doubled compared to 2019 full-year totals.
The explosion of SPAC offerings, however, has shifted the market in the buyers’ favor, and caused a dramatic change in terms, generally making SPAC much more
attractive to investors. The founders of SPAC and underwriters are also revising the terms of SPAC due to current IPO market conditions and a desire to convince the stockholders of SPAC to vote
in favor of proposed business combinations.
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