Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs) have grown again in popularity and The International Stock Exchange [TISE] has introduced rules which allow them to be listed on its leading, international Exchange.
TISE’s rules have been designed to provide a regime that is superior to others by being both commercially attractive for management teams and yet also offering robust integrity for investors.
- Escrow flexibility
- 36 month QA timeframe
- Competitive fee regime
The key benefits of our rules for listing a SPAC are the flexibility afforded by the escrow requirements, combined with a 36 month timeframe for a Qualifying Acquisition (QA) and an extremely competitive and transparent fee regime.
Source: The International Stock Exchange
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