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Monday, December 26, 2011

Israeli company hoping to ride new blank check wave - Globes

Israeli company hoping to ride new blank check wave - Globes: "eighteen months from the date of its IPO to merge into it the activity of a private company, or 24 months, if within the first eighteen months it signs a memorandum of understanding or a final agreement on a merger. If the company does not meet this timetable, it is liquidated, returns the money it raised to the investors (with interest), and the units it issued (each comprising a share and a warrant) are delisted from the OTC market.
Many SPAC companies are wound up because they fail to find a bride, but others fail in the process of obtaining approval from the US antitrust regulator for a merger. This procedure has become long and cumbersome, requiring a great deal of patience on the part of investors in SPACs, but a US law firm, Loeb & Loeb, has found a way of making it faster and less trying."

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