Exploring Capital Markets Options: SPACs vs IPOs
There are different options available for companies that are preparing to enter the capital markets. Increasingly, Special Purpose Acquisition Companies, commonly known as SPACs, are seen as an attractive alternative to a traditional initial public offering (IPO). But is a SPAC merger right for your company?
Your owners, sponsors, founders, or other stakeholders may be considering a SPAC merger or traditional IPO. Under either capital markets path, management teams must understand how to get ready. Riveron helps companies navigate the various challenges and pitfalls of both SPAC mergers and traditional IPOs.
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Companies are increasingly turning to special purpose acquisition companies, commonly known as SPACs, as an attractive alternative to access capital markets. While this path is not new, its popularity has recently been skyrocketing. But as with any new trend, companies need to be aware of the complexities and potential pitfalls before jumping on board.
For many companies preparing to go public, the biggest opportunity that can result from proper planning and execution is timing their offering to hit the anticipated optimal pricing window. In an article first appearing in Accounting today, Riveron experts weigh in on the steps companies can take to prepare for a pricing window and successfully time the IPO.
Deciding the best way to raise capital for your business in today’s volatile market is no small task.