SPACs have yet mostly been noted in the US and reached a high increase in recent years, both in terms of deal numbers as well as deal volume. The upward trend for SPAC listings is persisting on an impressively high level. In Q1 2021, the number of SPACs listed in the US has already surpassed the annual record set last year.

In Europe, an increasing interest in establishing more SPAC listings on a European stock exchange is observable. Compared to the US, the number of European SPACs is still low but encounters a steady increase. At the date of this publication, still no SPAC has been listed on a Swiss trading venue. However, the first Swiss companies have already gone public on stock exchanges abroad with foreign SPACs. Against this background, the discussions and speculations about a possible Swiss SPAC listing are growing.

Download the pdf-version below of 'Swiss Special Purpose Acquisition Company – Frequently Asked Questions' to find out more about the following topics: 

      1. Why do we read so much about SPACs these days?
      2. General FAQ’s about SPACs
      3. Swiss law FAQ’s

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