Tech startups shun Singapore and Hong Kong for U.S. SPACs

Nikkei Asia | November 21, 2022

Anish Ailawadi, Global Head of Investment Banking, is featured in an article by Nikkei Asia, where he highlights that the "the golden period" for SPAC IPOs and mergers (mainly the first half of 2021) has passed.

Extract from the article: - "Valuations in the US are generally higher than in Asian markets. Most private companies prefer US-based SPACs to those from other regions."

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