German stock market operator Deutsche Boerse DB1Gn.DE expects up to 12 listings of blank-cheque firms in Frankfurt in 2021, executive Peter Fricke told German business daily Handelsblatt.
Motion Acquisition Corp. a publicly traded special purpose acquisition company, announced today that its merger partner Ambulnz, Inc., dba DocGo, a leading provider of last-mile telehealth and integrated medical mobility services, has disclosed select preliminary unaudited financial results for its first quarter ended March 31, 2021.
Business news and information publisher Forbes Media LLC is in talks to go public through a merger with a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) as it attracts new acquisition interest, people familiar with the matter said on Thursday.
Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) today introduced the Sponsor Promote and Compensation (SPAC) Act, which would provide greater transparency for investors involved with Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs), also known as blank-check companies.
A leading telecommunications retail partner for large companies is going public with plans to bring the experience to customer’s homes.
QuantumScape is announcing that as a result of recent guidance provided by the SEC on April 12, 2021 regarding the accounting and reporting of warrants issued by SPACs, it will restate its consolidated financial statements as of and for the year ended December 31, 2020 to change the accounting treatment of its public and private placement warrants.
The explosive growth in special purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs, presents opportunities for the directors and officers liability insurance market, but insurers are approaching the issue cautiously.
U.S. Bank is rolling out new solutions for special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs), including segregated trust accounts for SPAC proceeds, statements and secure reporting of activity, and more, according to a press release.
In a new research paper, Robert Cohen, CFA, Director of the Global Developed Credit team at DoubleLine Capital LP, studies the impact of special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) on target companies and their debt before and after the targets’ merger into SPACs.
The U.S. securities regulator is considering new guidance to rein in growth projections made by listed blank-check companies, and clarify when they qualify for certain legal protections, according to three people with knowledge of the discussions.
3D-printing technology provider Shapeways Inc is nearing a deal to go public through a merger with blank-check acquisition firm Galileo Acquisition Corp at a valuation of $410 million, including debt, according to people familiar with the matter.
AutoLotto, Inc (Lottery.com) is set to go public via special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) with Trident Acquisitions Corp TDAC 9.2%. The two companies entered into a definitive agreement for a merger on Feb. 22.
Vintage Wine Estates (“VWE”) president Terry Wheatley — who is poised to become the first female president of a multi-hundred million dollar wine producer in American history to take a company public — discusses the state of the wine industry.
A company with ties to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, benefited from not only one apparent investment bubble, but from two. Now the air is leaking fast.
SPAC Churchill Capital IV (NYSE:CCIV), which is in a deal to take Lucid Motors public, rose 4.9% on speculation of potential partnership to make EV cars with Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL).
Super Group is to combine with Sports Entertainment Acquisition Corp. to create a New York Stock Exchange-listed global gaming company, according to a statement.
Mapbox with headquarters in San Francisco is involved in talks with the SVF Investment Corp 3 to become public, as per Sky News’ reports.
It was a slow week for the SPAC market, with three deal announcements and only a couple rumored deals. There also were no new SPAC offerings during the week — unusual for a market segment that has been so hot over the last year. Benzinga’s “SPACs Attack” covered the deals and news of the week.
As pandemic-challenged apartment landlords scrambled to cut costs, SmartRent CEO Lucas Haldeman’s phone lit up.
Since Blackstone launched in 1985 with $400,000 in seed money, the asset manager has expanded from traditional buyouts to the credit markets, real estate and more.