By Matt Lindberg
The dramatic increase in special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) activity over the past year has forced companies to adapt to a wide range of new situations and circumstances. Some of those changes have been driven by the growing participation of retail investors. One of the most critical roles those investors play — or more importantly, sometimes don’t play — is the final step of the SPAC process: the merger approval vote.
The shareholder vote is a critical communications event that can determine the fate of a SPAC merger transaction. In our eBook, “Rock the SPAC Vote: How to Encourage Retail Investor Participation,” we outline actions that the SPAC and target company can take to effectively reach shareholders.
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