By Tom Zanki (Oct 1, 2021, 6:25 p.m. EDT) – The US Securities and Exchange Commission is moving forward with plans to strengthen oversight of special purpose acquisition companies, potentially creating new rules for alternative financing vehicles that have changed capital markets and mergers and acquisitions landscapes.
SEC Chairman Gary Gensler recently told the U.S. Senate and SEC advisory committees that he asked staff to generate proposals for public comment, a move that follows nearly a year of consistent signs that regulators fear that companies will go public through PSPC mergers under less rigorous scrutiny than with a traditional initial public offering.
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