As hedge fund managers seek new ways to build out their product offerings, hybrid solutions such as special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs), co-investments, and others are growing in popularity.
SPACs, in particular, allow companies that are considering going public to do so without the frenzy that normally comes with doing a traditional IPO. And in today’s world, being able to go public without physical events like roadshows may be preferable to many companies — to say nothing of the speed and other advantages that can come with SPACs.
In a new piece on FundFire, WilliamsMarston Managing Director Mark LaMonte shares his perspective on the growing interest in SPACs alongside other industry leaders who share their insights on the expanding hybrid product space. (Note: A sign-in is required to view this content.)