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  • 06/02/23: Athena Technology Acquisition Corp. II Announces Rescheduled Special Meeting Date
    NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Athena Technology Acquisition Corp. II (NYSE: ATEK.U) (the “Company”) today announced that the special meeting of its stockholders (the “Special Meeting”) originally scheduled for Monday, June 12, 2023 is being rescheduled to Tuesday, June 13, 2023. At the Special Meeting, stockholders will be asked to vote on the proposals detailed in the definitive proxy statement (as amended, the “proxy statement”) initially filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “S - Source: Business Wire Merger/Acquisition News
  • 06/02/23: Generational Equity Advises DevLinks in its Sale to JHFOSTER
    DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--DevLinks, a Generational Equity client, was acquired by JHFOSTER, a portfolio company of High Road Capital Partners. - Source: Business Wire Merger/Acquisition News
  • 06/02/23: Hyatt’s Transformative Growth Continues: More Markets, More Segments, More Opportunities
    CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Hyatt Hotels Corporation (NYSE: H) announced the completed acquisition of London-based Mr & Mrs Smith, a global travel platform that provides direct booking access to a carefully curated collection of more than 1,500 boutique and luxury properties. With this addition to the portfolio, World of Hyatt members will soon have even more rewarding stays and experiences to choose from, including more than 20 new countries for Hyatt such as Fiji, Croatia, Iceland and Angui - Source: Business Wire Merger/Acquisition News
  • 06/02/23:  FGMC Merger Corp. Announces Extension of Deadline to Complete Business Combination
    NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--FG Merger Corp. (NASDAQ: FGMC (“FGMC” or the “Company”), a special purpose acquisition company, announced today that FGMC Investors LLC, the Company's initial public offering sponsor, has timely deposited into the Company's trust account, an aggregate of $805,000, in order to extend the period of time the Company has to complete a business combination from June 1, 2023 to September 1, 2023 (the “Extension”). The Extension provides FGMC with additional time to complete - Source: Business Wire Merger/Acquisition News
  • 06/02/23: LF Capital Acquisition Corp. II Provides Update Regarding Potential Business Combination
    NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--As previously announced, LF Capital Acquisition Corp. II, a Delaware corporation (“LF II”) (NASDAQ: LFAC), entered into a non-binding letter of intent (the “Letter of Intent”) to enter into a business combination (the “Business Combination”) with a private company (the “LOI Target”) that meets LF II’s acquisition criteria and business strategy in February 2023. The LOI Target is a profitable US-based company in the packaging industry that serves customers in the spiri - Source: Business Wire Merger/Acquisition News
  • 06/02/23: May Jobs Report May Yield Clues for Fed’s Next Rates Move
    With the fight over the debt ceiling resolved, investors are turning to other concerns, including inflation and interest rates. - Source: NYT > Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
  • 06/02/23: Renesas Completes Acquisition of Panthronics
    TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- #NFC--Renesas announced its completion of acquiring Panthronics, a fabless semiconductor company specializing in high-performance wireless products. - Source: Business Wire Merger/Acquisition News
  • 06/01/23: Assessing Overlapping Boards After DOJ Crackdown
    Over the past year, the U.S. Department of Justice has garnered headlines by issuing press releases announcing that directors have stepped down from 10 company boards, in response to DOJ concerns that their roles violated the Clayton Act’s Section 8 prohibitions on interlocking directorates.In October 2022, the DOJ announced the resignation of directors from the boards of five companies. […] - Source: Cooley M&A
  • 05/30/23: Asda to buy petrol stations group EG UK as it aims to overtake Sainsbury’s

    Concerns raised over £770m of new loans and £450m in new funds from Issa brothers and TDR Capital

    Asda is poised to acquire 350 petrol forecourts and 1,000 takeaways in the UK and Ireland from its sister business EG Group, in a deal worth £2.27bn, helping the retailer in its ambition of overtaking Sainsbury’s to become Britain’s second biggest grocer.

    The supermarket group’s chair, Stuart Rose, said the acquisition would create a “powerful consumer champion” that was committed to being a “price leader” on fuel and the lowest price of the UK’s big four supermarkets on groceries.

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  • 05/24/23: Microsoft appeals against UK watchdog’s veto of Activision Blizzard takeover

    CMA says it is defending cloud gaming market, but Microsoft says moves ‘discourages tech innovation and investment’ in UK

    Microsoft has filed an appeal against the UK competition watchdog’s decision to block its $69bn (£56bn) acquisition of the Call of Duty creator Activision Blizzard.

    The US tech company confirmed that it had formally lodged an appeal against the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) verdict against the deal last month. Its case will be argued before the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT).

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  • 05/19/23: JetBlue-American Partnership Struck Down by Federal Judge
    An alliance begun in 2021 at four airports in the New York area and Boston allowed the airlines to sell tickets on each other’s flights and share revenue. - Source: NYT > Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
  • 05/18/23: Sam Zell, 81, Tycoon Whose Big Newspaper Venture Went Bust, Dies
    With a fortune made in real estate, he went into the media business in a landmark leveraged buyout of the Tribune Company in 2007. Bankruptcy ensued. - Source: NYT > Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
  • 05/16/23: U.S. Sues to Block Amgen’s $27.8 Billion Takeover of Horizon Therapeutics
    The Federal Trade Commission said the deal would enable Amgen to exploit its size to block competition for two expensive Horizon drugs. - Source: NYT > Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
  • 05/16/23: UK watchdog denies it blocked Microsoft deal on orders of US regulator

    Head of Competition and Markets Authority tells MPs decision not to allow acquisition of Activision Blizzard based on ‘own analysis’

    The UK’s competition watchdog has denied acting on the orders of the Federal Trade Commission in the US, as it defended its decision last month to block Microsoft’s $69bn (£55bn) acquisition of the Call of Duty creator Activision Blizzard.

    Speaking to MPs on the business and trade select committee, Sarah Cardell, the chief executive of the Competition and Markets Authority, said the body only acts on its own assessment of the validity of a merger.

    Continue reading... - Source: Mergers and acquisitions | The Guardian
  • 05/15/23: Vice Media Files for Bankruptcy
    Vice, which had wooed media giants, has struggled to adjust to the punishing realities of digital publishing. A group of creditors could buy Vice for $225 million. - Source: NYT > Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
  • 05/15/23: Center Parcs UK owner seeks double what it paid with near-£5bn price tag

    Private equity firm hopes to cash in on post-Covid trend for UK domestic breaks with sale of six resorts

    Center Parcs’ UK and Irish business is being put up for sale with a price tag of up to £5bn – double the amount it was bought for in 2015 – as its private equity owners seek to cash in on the trend for domestic breaks kickstarted by the Covid pandemic.

    The potential sale comes after the group – whose five resorts in the UK and one in Ireland are known for their tropical-themed indoor pools, spas and activities for kids and their sometimes eye-watering fees – bounced back to a profit after being forced to close outlets under pandemic restrictions.

    Continue reading... - Source: Mergers and acquisitions | The Guardian
  • 05/15/23: E.U. Approves Microsoft’s $69 Billion Deal for Activision
    The green light follows objections to the blockbuster deal by American and British regulators on the grounds that it would undercut competition. - Source: NYT > Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
  • 05/15/23: Vice files for bankruptcy protection amid cut-price sale to consortium

    Digital publisher and owner of Vice News and Vice TV was once valued at $6bn but has agreed sale for $225m

    Vice, the once high-flying media startup that reached a peak valuation of nearly $6bn (£5bn), has filed for bankruptcy protection in the US as the digital publisher engineers a cut-price sale to a group of lenders.

    The company, whose assets include Vice News, Motherboard, Refinery29 and Vice TV, has agreed a sale to a consortium that includes Fortress Investment Group, Soros Fund Management and Monroe Capital for $225m in the form of a credit bid for its assets as well as assuming Vice’s “significant liabilities”.

    Continue reading... - Source: Mergers and acquisitions | The Guardian
  • 05/14/23: UK ministers urged to intervene if Australian bank takes 100% of gas business

    Macquarie has option for all of National Grid gas transmission and metering despite tainted history of owning utilities

    Ministers have been urged to intervene if the Australian banking powerhouse Macquarie pushes the button on a mooted £3bn deal to take full control of a vital part of the UK’s gas grid.

    A consortium made up of Macquarie Asset Management and British Columbia Investment Management Corporation completed the acquisition of 60% of the equity in National Grid’s gas transmission and meter business in January, in a deal which valued the business at £7.5bn.

    Continue reading... - Source: Mergers and acquisitions | The Guardian
  • 05/12/23: Dan Snyder to Proceed With Sale of Washington Commanders to Josh Harris
    The embattled N.F.L. owner had reached a $6 billion deal in April with a group led by Harris but continued to seek higher bids. Other league owners are expected to review the sale at the end of this month. - Source: NYT > Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
  • 05/12/23: Corporate Giants Buy Up Primary Care Practices at Rapid Pace
    Large health insurers and other companies are especially keen on doctors’ groups that care for patients in private Medicare plans. - Source: NYT > Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
  • 05/12/23: THG shares fall after failed takeover talks with Apollo

    Investors, who have wiped out 90% of THG’s market value since September 2020, react to the latest development

    THG has ended talks about a possible takeover bid by Apollo saying the private equity company’s offer is an inadequate valuation of the online retail tech company.

    THG, formerly known as the Hut Group, said that after a “short period of discussion” to give Apollo the chance to up its offer for the company, its board has unanimously decided to “terminate all discussions”.

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  • 05/04/23: Goldman Says U.S. Is Investigating Its Work for Silicon Valley Bank
    Hired to help with a capital raise, Goldman Sachs advised SVB to make a move that provoked a public panic and ended with the smaller bank collapsing. - Source: NYT > Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
  • 05/03/23: How JPMorgan Became Banking’s Regular Rescuer
    The largest bank is also the only one whose stability hasn’t been questioned. Its C.E.O. makes sure of that. - Source: NYT > Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
  • 05/03/23: Pushing Buttons: Why the Microsoft-Activision Blizzard merger is a fight over the future of games

    In this week’s newsletter: A UK regulator blocked a $70bn acquisition last week not because of any threat now, but over worries about a future monopoly

    As is now tradition, an enormous piece of gaming news landed right after last week’s Pushing Buttons went out to readers: Microsoft’s huge $70bn purchase of Call of Duty, World of Warcraft and Candy Crush owner Activision Blizzard, a deal that has been in the works since January last year, was unexpectedly blocked by a UK regulator.

    This might not seem interesting to anyone except those involved with the business of video games, or people with an inexplicable interest in the actions of regulatory authorities in Britain, but wait! It is quite interesting, because the response from these two giant companies has been entertainingly petty.

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  • 05/01/23: JP Morgan boss plays down risk of banking crisis worsening after First Republic

    Jamie Dimon’s remarks follow $10.6bn takeover brokered by US regulators to buy most of failed First Republic

    Jamie Dimon, the boss of JP Morgan, has played down the risk of a spiralling banking crisis after America’s biggest bank stepped in to buy most of collapsed lender First Republic in a $10.6bn (£8.5bn) takeover hurriedly brokered by US regulators.

    After weekend talks to secure a sale of First Republic, the third US lender to fail this year, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) confirmed JP Morgan as the buyer.

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  • 04/27/23: No 10 says UK ‘extremely attractive’ for business after Microsoft broadside

    Downing Street responds to stinging attack from US firm’s president over blocking of $69bn Activision deal

    Downing Street has defended the UK as an “extremely attractive” place for tech startups after Microsoft’s president said Brexit Britain was worse for business than the EU, in a stinging attack on the UK’s decision to block a $69bn (£55bn) deal to take over Activision Blizzard.

    Microsoft rounded on the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) on Thursday after a surprise decision to block its planned takeover of the Call of Duty games developer, with its president, Brad Smith, describing it as the “darkest day in our four decades in Britain”.

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  • 04/26/23: What does UK’s ban on Microsoft’s Activision Blizzard takeover mean for gaming?

    CMA surprised sector by saying deal would give Seattle firm undue power to shape cloud gaming

    Microsoft’s attempted acquisition of Activision Blizzard, the development conglomerate behind games including Call of Duty, World of Warcraft and Candy Crush Saga, has been blocked by the UK’s competition watchdog in a surprise move. The $70bn (£65bn) purchase would have been the largest in gaming history but now, unless the two companies can convince a tribunal to overturn the ban on appeal, it is dead globally.

    But what does this mean for tech, gaming and Rishi Sunak’s goal for the “Unicorn Kingdom”?

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  • 04/26/23: Activision Blizzard calls UK ‘closed for business’ after Microsoft takeover veto

    Competition and Markets Authority blocks what would have been biggest acquisition in gaming history

    The Call of Duty developer Activision Blizzard has accused the UK of being “closed for business” after the competition regulator blocked its attempted takeover by Microsoft, which would have been the largest acquisition in gaming history.

    The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) prevented the $68.7bn (£55bn) cash purchase because of concerns it would squash the cloud gaming market, sparking furious pushback from both sides of the deal. Microsoft said it would “discourage technology innovation and investment in the UK”, while Activision Blizzard vowed to “reassess our growth plans for the UK”.

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  • 04/20/23: As Dowlais debuts, fears over Melrose’s GKN takeover look unfounded | Nils Pratley

    In 2018, the deal was treated with much scepticism, but Melrose can hardly be accused of slash-and-burn tactics

    To very little fanfare, London’s stock market on Thursday gained a £1.6bn engineering company that supplies 90% of the world’s vehicle manufacturers and is top dog in the specialised field of drive systems.

    The lack of buzz was perhaps understandable. The company’s name – Dowlais – may be new, but the business itself is merely a demerger from FTSE 100 firm Melrose Industries. Its main operation is GKN Automotive, one half of the GKN engineering empire that fell to Melrose in an acrimonious £8bn takeover battle in 2018.

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  • 04/17/23: Europe’s Top Court on Merger Review: No Deals Are ‘Off the Table’
    The European Union’s top court recently confirmed that an M&A transaction that does not require mandatory pre-merger authorization may be investigated post-merger on suspicion that the transaction involved an ‘abuse’ of the acquirer’s ‘dominant position’. Per the ruling in the Towercast case, pre-merger authorization under the EU Merger Regulation (or EU member state equivalents) is […] - Source: Cooley M&A
  • 04/17/23: THG shares soar on takeover move amid spate of private equity bids for UK firms

    Weak pound makes FTSE 250 firms ‘ripe for takeovers’ with John Wood Group and Network International also approached

    The online retail tech company THG has joined a string of mid-sized British companies at risk of being swallowed by private equity, as its shares were sent soaring by a takeover approach from the US investor Apollo.

    THG’s share price closed up 45% on Monday at 95.8p after it revealed the approach in a statement to the stock market. It was valued at £860m on Friday before the offer was revealed.

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  • 04/05/23: Franco Manca owner agrees to £93m buyout by Japanese group

    Tokyo-listed Toridoll partners with Capdesia to acquire pizza and Greek casual dining business Fulham Shore

    The owner of Franco Manca and The Real Greek restaurant chains has agreed to sell the business to the Japanese operator of Wok to Walk and Marugame Udon for £93.4m.

    Toridoll, which is listed on the Tokyo exchange and has sales of £1bn worldwide, said it had partnered with the restaurant sector specialist fund Capdesia to buy the London-listed pizza and Greek casual dining group Fulham Shore for 14.15p a share in cash.

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  • 04/02/23: Switzerland’s attorney general to investigate Credit Suisse takeover

    Inquiry to focus on whether emergency state-backed UBS takeover breached criminal law

    Switzerland’s federal prosecutor has launched an investigation into whether last month’s state-backed takeover of the stricken bank Credit Suisse by its bigger rival UBS broke Swiss criminal law.

    The office of the attorney general said it was looking into potential breaches by government officials, regulators and executives at the two banks who thrashed out an emergency merger over a frantic weekend in mid-March to prevent a wider financial meltdown.

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  • 03/29/23: Ovo reportedly planning bid for Shell’s 1.4m household energy customers

    Shell takeover would make Ovo second-largest energy supplier in UK market again

    Ovo Energy is reportedly planning to make a bid to buy 1.4 million household energy customers from Shell’s UK supply business as the oil company prepares to leave the retail market.

    Ovo is expected to put forward a takeover offer that would swell its business to 5.4 million customers, according to Sky News, once again making it the second-largest energy supplier in the UK market.

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  • 03/29/23: UBS brings back former chief to oversee Credit Suisse takeover

    Sergio Ermotti, who stepped down in 2020, will rejoin Swiss bank as it prepares to absorb troubled rival

    The Swiss bank UBS has announced the surprise return of Sergio Ermotti to oversee the takeover of its rival Credit Suisse, amid global concerns over the stability of the banking industry.

    Ermotti served as chief executive from 2011 until 2020, overseeing UBS’s recovery from the global financial crisis. He will take over again on 5 April, when his main task will be to implement the complex merger with Credit Suisse, which was forced through by Swiss financial regulators in an attempt to prevent a chaotic collapse.

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  • 03/22/23: Life Sciences Reverse Mergers Go Global: Is it the Path for Your Company?
    With the US initial public offering markets continuing to remain largely closed, and special purpose acquisition company combinations being costly and complex, there’s a new kid in town for foreign companies looking to go public in the US: reverse mergers. We’ve seen a material increase in reverse merger transactions – particularly with cross-border elements, and […] - Source: Cooley M&A
  • 03/21/23: Corp Fin posts update to tender offer CDIs
    Corp Fin has posted an update to the CDIs related to the tender offer rules and schedules and our Public Companies blog summarizes key takeaways. To learn more please see the recent post on Cooley PubCo - Source: Cooley M&A
  • 03/19/23: UBS agrees to takeover of stricken Credit Suisse for $3.25bn

    Swiss government forces through takeover at well below market value amid fears of global banking crisis

    The Swiss government has forced through the takeover of stricken bank Credit Suisse by rival UBS for almost $3.25bn (£2.65bn) – well below its market value – amid fears that a failure to protect depositors would trigger a new global banking crisis.

    After a weekend of frantic talks, the Swiss government and the banking regulator brokered a deal once it became clear a $54bn loan to Credit Suisse from the Swiss central bank had failed to halt the precipitous slide in its share price.

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  • 03/17/23: Pornhub owner MindGeek sold to private equity firm

    Buyer Ethical Capital Partners targets industries requiring ‘principled ethical leadership’

    The company behind the website Pornhub, which has been accused of hosting illegal content, has been sold to a Canadian private equity firm for an undisclosed sum.

    MindGeek, the subject of a new Netflix documentary that charts the controversies surrounding the pornography site, has been acquired by Ethical Capital Partners (ECP), a firm that targets industries requiring “principled ethical leadership”.

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  • 02/07/23: Cross-Border M&A: 10 Key Trends From Across the Pond
    It will come as no surprise that cross-border M&A is impacted by the world we live in, with geopolitical tensions, rising inflation and interest rates, currency fluctuations, and increased regulatory scrutiny all playing their part in making deals more challenging to execute. That said, cross-border M&A remained largely resilient in 2022, with a return to […] - Source: Cooley M&A
  • 01/27/23: New Hart-Scott-Rodino Act Thresholds and Filing Fees Announced
    The Hart-Scott-Rodino (HSR) Act thresholds, which govern when acquisitions must be reported to the Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission, will increase slightly more than 10% in February 2023. The minimum “size-of-transaction” threshold will increase from $101 million to $111.4 million. The increases, which are based on changes in the US gross national product, […] - Source: Cooley M&A
  • 01/25/23: Cooley’s 2022 Tech M&A Year in Review
    Tech M&A in 2022 was a tale of two halves. The year started off with a bang, with mega-deals such as Microsoft’s pending $69 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard, Elon Musk’s $44 billion acquisition of Twitter and Broadcom’s pending $61 billion acquisition of VMware inked in quick succession. However, deal activity fizzled in the second […] - Source: Cooley M&A
  • 01/25/23: Cooley’s 2022 Life Sciences M&A Year in Review
    Although 2022 saw a general decline in M&A activity in the life sciences industry compared to 2021’s frenetic pace (when deal volume was up 52% from 2020), life sciences deal flow in 2022 on balance remained strong despite the headwinds. Creativity was the year’s primary theme as biotechnology companies increasingly sought alternative cash-raising opportunities in […] - Source: Cooley M&A
  • 01/19/23: Interim Guidance on Stock Buyback Excise Tax Confirms Broad Application to M&A and Capital Market Transactions
    The Inflation Reduction Act imposes a 1% excise tax on certain repurchases of stock of publicly traded US corporations (“Covered Corporations”) effected after December 31, 2022 (the “Excise Tax”).[1] On December 27, 2022, the Department of the Treasury (“Treasury”) and the IRS issued Notice 2023-2 (the “Notice”), providing interim guidance on the Excise Tax. The […] - Source: Cooley M&A
  • 01/09/23: Highlights From the 2022 Berkeley Fall Forum on Corporate Governance
    On November 8 and 9, Cooley and the Berkeley Center for Law and Business presented the 2022 Berkeley Fall Forum on Corporate Governance. The two-day event featured panel discussions on a range of topics, including emerging trends in M&A and capital markets, Delaware corporate jurisprudence, key boardroom strategy and governance best practices. Cooley partners Jamie Leigh […] - Source: Cooley M&A
  • 01/04/23: HSR Filing Fees Increase Substantially for Large Transactions, Boost FTC and DOJ Antitrust Enforcement Funding
    On December 29, 2022, President Joe Biden signed a funding bill into law that includes provisions that significantly change the filing fees for mergers & acquisitions notifiable under the Hart-Scott-Rodino (HSR) Act. For transactions valued at more than $5 billion, HSR filing fees are set to jump approximately 800% – from $280,000 to $2.25 million […] - Source: Cooley M&A
  • 10/19/22: Cooley’s M&A Insights for Q3 2022
    Cooley’s M&A practice has been busy amid the typically slower summer wind down. Steaming through the third quarter, Cooley’s deal flow put us at the top of the Bloomberg, Mergermarket and Refinitiv Q3 M&A league tables. Below, we’ve rounded up key insights and notable deals that have kept our team busy this season. Did the […] - Source: Cooley M&A
  • 10/12/22: Event Recording: A Conversation on M&A in Today’s Market
    On September 28, 2022, Cooley sponsored the third virtual event in Axios’ Dealmakers series: A Conversation on M&A in Today’s Market. The event highlighted discussions surrounding the ever-changing dealmaking landscape of today and the impact of a recession on the future of the market. Axios technology and business reporter Kia Kokalitcheva and business editor Dan […] - Source: Cooley M&A
  • 10/03/22: Did the Inflation Reduction Act Create a SPAC Tax?
    On August 16, 2022, House Resolution 5376, the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), was signed into law. An August 11 Cooley client alert explains some of the tax provisions contained in the IRA, including the 1% excise tax on certain stock buybacks, which may impact special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) at key points in their life cycle. This blog […] - Source: Cooley M&A


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