Podcast Bonus Episode: What’s Driving SPACs Offshore?
by Kristi Marvin on 2023-03-23 at 8:12am

Between the various recent cases in the Delaware courts, such as Boxed, which involved the different SPAC voting classes, or the Multiplan case, or Arrival, all of which are in addition to the 1% excise tax on share buybacks, there has been a noticeable trend of SPACs moving to off-shore domiciles.

We spoke with Derek Dostal, from the law firm of Davis Polk, and Christian Nagler, from Kirkland & Ellis, to help explain these trends in greater detail and how the pending SEC proposal could affect some of these considerations going forward.

Give it a listen.


 

 

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