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After 2020 was dubbed the year of the SPAC, most market participants are waiting for the bubble to burst. But Mark Yusko of Morgan Creek expects them to become a mainstay.
After a few weeks of a new administration and US Congress, in which a major antitrust reform bill was introduced, Bob Ackerman of AllegisCyber and others say investors are nervous about how new regulation will ripple through the venture landscape. But it could also be an opportunity for VCs, writes Lee Bruno.
Rumors are about to become reality as Grab and Gojek are on pace for their own SPACs in South-East Asia.
Series of vehicles
The asset manager expects to raise multiple successors to its $276m Hamilton Lane Alliance Holdings I, according to the vehicle's chief executive Andrea Kramer.
Sozo Ventures managing directors Phil Wickham and Koichiro Nakamura discuss that the stage is set in Japan for VCs and their LPs for an explosion of investment opportunities. Can Tokyo’s old guard get out of the way fast enough?
SEC staff is reminding special purpose acquisition companies that they'll have to do a thorough disclosure of potential conflicts as the industry explodes.
A panel hosted by financial services firm Capital discussed understanding what makes the modern investor's job difficult. The panelists also pored over one of the most popular subjects of the past year: SPACs.
The Conference Board of Canada has launched new research exploring the factors that drive success for early-stage technology companies led by women entrepreneurs.
Issac Roth of Shasta Ventures looks ahead to the new year. He says the new presidential administration won't much impact tech. He also sees trends with firm specialization and synthetic biology.
The country’s VC market is maturing as investment volumes rise and sentiment around innovation continues to evolve.

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