FCA loosens “presumed suspension” rule for SPACs
As special purpose acquisition companies begin to account for over a quarter of banks’ equity capital markets fees, the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority has created a pathway for them to avoid its “presumption of suspension” for shell company listings.
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