SPACs (Special Purpose Acquisition Corporations): All You Ever Wanted to Know and Then Some

Cheryl Centeno of XPX Global is a member of XPX


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Perhaps no “market” has been more active in the last couple of years than Special Purpose Acquisition Corporations better known as SPAC’s. In the first quarter of 2021 alone, close to $30 Billion made its way into the public market through SPAC’s. Since then, the market has cooled a bit, but it is still considered a viable alternative for a Company exit. But where does it go from here?

Our Speaker:

Marc Silverman
WithumSmith & Brown

Marc is a CPA and has extensive experience providing accounting, auditing, tax and consulting services to mid-market private companies in a variety of industries including professional services, manufacturing, technology and life sciences. He has a vast knowledge of debt and equity offerings, SEC filings and private placements. Prior to joining Withum, Marc was with Ernst & Young and owned his own boutique firm which specialized in providing assurance services to high net-worth individuals.

Marc also specializes in providing advisory services such as Cybersecurity and IT controls assessments, Internal Audit Services, Process and Control Improvements, Sarbanes Oxley compliance and Royalty Audits.

Updated: October 25th, 2021