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Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs)

Special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) have increasingly become an attractive alternative to access the capital markets. Whether executing a SPAC formation IPO, a SPAC reverse merger (de-SPAC), or preparing to be a public company, Riveron has the expertise to guide companies successfully through the process. We help execute the transaction, improve organizational readiness, and navigate the financial reporting environment. Our teams are equipped with the experience to manage the challenges and pitfalls while streamlining processes and ensuring filing requirements are met.

We advise companies on SPACs and provide support during the transaction, including:

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