SPACs: An Alternative for Auto Suppliers and Companies to Go Public in the U.S.

Category: GAI
Published: 2021-11-22
SPACs: An Alternative for Auto Suppliers and Companies to Go Public in the U.S.

What is a SPAC, and what is the reason for looking into SPACs? Is there an advantage for using a SPAC, which is US-based, as opposed to one located in a different country?  What are the company requirements for merging with a SPAC, and how many SPACs are there available in the U.S. at this time? Learn more in this week’s GlobalAutoIndustry.com Interview “SPACs: An Alternative for Auto Suppliers and Companies to Go Public in the U.S.” featuring Jeff Franklin, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Los Angeles-based ATI. His current consulting practice focuses, not only, on advising funds and companies on financial transactions, but also, acquisitions and restructuring of assets. In addition, he advises companies on going public through U.S.-based SPACs.

In the 12-minute Audio Interview, Mr. Franklin discusses these questions:

  • What is a SPAC?
  • What is the reason for looking into SPACs?
  • Is there an advantage for using a SPAC, which is US-based, as opposed to one located in a different country?
  • What are the company requirements for merging with a SPAC?
  • How many SPACs are there available in the U.S. at this time?
  • How can a company learn more, if interested in going public through an existing SPAC?
  • Any final thoughts?
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