SPACs – Trends and Structure after Tontine
In the summer of 2020, Tontine, the largest ever special purpose acquisition company (SPAC), debuted on the NY Stock Exchange.
Raising over $4 billion, Tontine is unique not only for its blockbuster offering but also for its structure, particularly of warrants and sponsor shares. In this video, created in partnership with the law firm Freshfields, we explore the structure and benefits of SPACs, and what accounts for their explosive popularity in 2020. What was special about Tontine, and what does it mean for the future of SPACs? Partners Pamela Marcogliese and Sebastian Fain explain.
This video was filmed in partnership with TalksOnLaw.
Pamela L. Marcogliese Head of US Corporate Advisory & Governance
New York, Silicon Valley
Sebastian L. Fain Partner