Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs) Services

SPACs: An alternative to traditional IPOs

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Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs) exist for the sole purpose of acquiring a private company and taking it public. As an alternative to a traditional initial public offering (IPO), business owners and management teams may consider a transaction with a SPAC as an option to access public capital. SPACs have raised more than $60 billion in 2020, and they need to find acquisition targets to put that money to work. Explore our resources, insights, and guidance on what to know, do, and decide before, during, and after a SPAC transaction.

What you should know, now


What potential investors and target companies should know about SPACs

Learn more about what is behind the uptick in Special Purpose Acquisition Companies, commonly referred to as SPAC’s or blank check companies and how CohnReznick can help.
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