Hosted by DealFlow Events
The largest forum for networking and discussion of special purpose acquisition companies and alternative IPO techniques.
This conference is the premier event uniting the most active and influential participants in the SPAC market.
Since 2008, The SPAC Conference has been the foremost gathering for investors, advisors, legal experts and other finance professionals who traverse the risks and leverage the opportunities that SPACs provide. Attendees called last year’s event, “The best SPAC Conference that’s ever been held.” We aim to top that in 2021, covering the topics market players care about.
Just ask around. Colleagues will tell you, as they repeatedly tell us, that attending The SPAC Conference is a powerful educational and networking platform that reaps benefits all year.
Each year attendees at The SPAC Conference represent a broad range of finance professionals with common interests and shared goals. As the event has grown in popularity, so does our commitment to deliver a cutting-edge curriculum and innovative networking opportunities.
Our events are widely recognized as the signature events in their respective markets. The SPAC Conference brings together the leading investment professionals with the major firms servicing the market.
Offering the largest gathering of investors, bankers and management teams in the business. You can count on the best networking to maximize your business development.1
Our panelists and presenters are thought leaders in the industry.
The SPAC Conference includes 1-on-1 meetings that you can schedule through our event app, allowing you to connect with conference attendees even before the event.2
Comprehensive and technical discussions of legal issues, finance trends, and deal dynamics.4
SPAC Market Outlook Through 2021
Experts prognosticate on the year ahead
Why SPACs Have Continued to Thrive in a Choppy Public Market
Analysis of why investors view SPACs as “investing ahead” of current market trends
Anatomy of a SPAC Deal
What investors new to SPACs should know about the basics of deal structure
Legal & Accounting Trends
Comprehensive presentations featuring in-depth discussion of legal and accounting issues
Hedge Funds as SPAC Sponsors
Understanding the move hedge funds are making from SPAC investors to SPAC sponsors
Changes to SPAC Structure Resulting from COVID-19
The latest tweaks to SPACs including extended deadlines, ditching warrants, and other changes
Popular Private Company Targets
Trends on SPAC mergers in tech, healthcare, cannabis, and other sectors
Best Practices for Investor Communications
The latest tactics to keep investors updated on transaction progress
The Pros & Cons Private Companies Should Consider When Contemplating a SPAC
A rundown of reasons companies should – or shouldn’t – pursue a SPAC combination
Analysis of IPOs
Overview of the latest IPOs and a look at how SPACs perform in the registered offerings market
Serial Sponsor Roundtable
A discussion with the industry’s most active deal sponsors
Deals that Performed (and Deals that Didn’t)
Comprehensive analysis and explanation of recent deals that have performed, and those that have not
Insuring SPAC Deals
Discussion of insurance products designed to protect SPAC investments
Loeb & Loeb
Continental Stock Transfer & Trust
Ellenoff Grossman & Schole
Our sponsors are thought-leaders in the industry. Corporate sponsorship provides unmatched exposure during a lengthy promotional campaign and the conference itself. Benefits include pre-conference publicity, logo and literature placement, exhibit space, online ad placement, and complimentary registration.
To become a sponsor, contact Charlie Napolitano at (516) 876-8006 ext 20 or email@example.com.
Located right in the heart of midtown Manhattan is the Crowne Plaza Times Square Hotel, a polished 46-floor high-rise with large ballrooms and more professional meeting space to meet the needs of our attendees and corporate sponsors.
New York, NY 10019
Phone: (212) 977-4000
At the northern end of vibrant Times Square, this polished high-rise hotel in the Theater District is adjacent to the Times Sq-42nd St Subway station, and is a 12-minute walk from Central Park.