See blog article here: https://obj.ca/article/video-blog-spacs-and-cpcs-alternatives-private-equity-and-traditional-ipos
Conor can be reached at 613.566.2155 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Conor Cronin is a lawyer in the Business Law Group at Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall LLP/s.r.l.
Much of his practice focuses on helping young entrepreneurs and start-ups get organized, navigate the
early stages of their development and deal with shareholder disputes.
Special Purpose Acquisition Corporations (SPAC) and Capital Pool Companies (CPC) are two capital raising vehicles that can benefit investors and business owners looking to access capital markets.
A SPAC and CPC are both publicly traded holding companies which have the sole purpose of acquiring other companies. There are, however, significant differences in their formation, regulatory rules, features, and outcomes
As alternatives to IPOs and raising private equity. Both, CPCs and SPACs have their challenges and their limits. SPACs may not be appropriate for the Ottawa market, but accessing the capital markets through a CPC may be beneficial under certain conditions. The Securities Law practice group at Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall LLP/s.r.l has extensive experience setting up CPCs and guiding targets through the private placement and qualifying transaction process.