While a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) can help you unlock value quickly, avoiding the pitfalls is critical to a smooth and expedient deal. Our team can help you navigate the path to a SPAC, including audit readiness, financial accounting, and internal controls.
If your organization is considering going public through a SPAC, our SPAC Readiness Tracker can help.
Insights for a SPAC:
Everybody’s talking about SPACs, and we can see why — there are several benefits to this creative way to go public. But before you take another step, make sure you’ve addressed these audit and accounting issues.
As investors look to precious metals as a way to manage risk among market volatility, long development times or execution risks make conventional financing methods a challenge. Is a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) a viable option to overcome these obstacles?
A special-purpose acquisition company can sidestep some hurdles that come with a traditional initial public offering. However, when companies go public, there are a few caveats to consider with financial reporting, such as compliance with U.S. GAAP.