Podcast: Solidion (STI) and Nubia Brand International CEO Jaymes Winters
by Kristi Marvin on 2024-03-08 at 8:21am

Not all SPAC officers get involved in order to ride the process all the way to a seat as CEO of the combined company, but Jaymes Winters walks us through his journey of how he started Nubia Brand International Corp as a newcomer to the asset class and why he is now leading its target company, Solidion (Nasdaq: STI).

This week we’ll speak with Jaymes about the changing set of options SPACs have at their disposal to raise funding and find a deal the market can appreciate in the current climate.

And, how Solidion has the potential to bring greener, US-based materials to the EV battery space after its SPAC-led spinoff from the Global Graphene Group.

Give it a listen.



 

Recent Posts
by Nicholas Alan Clayton on 2024-07-08 at 8:11am

At the SPAC of Dawn The SPAC market picks back up after the week of the Fourth with five extension votes on the docket and two completion votes. Quetta (NASDAQ:QETA) is also coming up on its transaction deadline July 10, but it has options to push this into the future. It may deposit $690,000 for...

by Kristi Marvin on 2024-07-06 at 11:24am

Terms Tracker for the Week Ending July 5, 2024 Welcome to our weekly column where we discuss the findings from our IPO terms tracker based on the previous week’s pricings. This was a holiday week and July 4th fell on a Thursday this year which meant many offices were sparsely staffed to take advantage of...

by Nicholas Alan Clayton on 2024-07-05 at 8:00am

At the SPAC of Dawn US markets finished their truncated trading session Wednesday at an all-time high, yet “market conditions” nonetheless claimed another SPAC transaction as victim over the holiday break. Futures remain largely green all the same with a new government taking shape in the UK and fresh job numbers slated to come out...

by Nicholas Alan Clayton on 2024-07-03 at 7:54am

At the SPAC of Dawn Today is a half-day for the US markets, but that rarely equates to half as much activity in SPACs. Teams frequently like to tuck deal announcements and less-than-positive corporate actions into portions of the calendar just before a holiday. But, with the minutes from the Fed’s June meetings coming out...

by Anthony Sozzi on 2024-07-02 at 1:54pm

With June wrapping up, legacy SPACs have continued to need to approve additional time for their business combinations, while at the same time, new deals have paved the way for the future. The amount of funds that could be left in the trust account is unknown territory for newly issued SPACs, but these fresh starts...

logo

Copyright © 2023 SPACInsider, Inc. All Rights Reserved