Loeb & Loeb LLP is proud to be a sponsor of DealFlow Media's 2007 Reverse Merger Conference.
This year's conference is the largest event of its kind in the industry. It is for professionals in the business of alternative IPO transactions. For the first time, this will be a two-day event covering the technical issues relating to reverse mergers and SPACs (special purpose acquisition companies).
Some of the forum topics include:
- The State of the Market: A Statistical Overview
- Reverse Merger Financing: The New “Public Venture Capital”
- SPAC Governance and Liquidation: Moving Votes in Favor of Your Deal
- Survivability of Reverse Merger Companies: An Academic Study
- SEC Reporting: Exploring Ways to Improve Disclosure and Make Deals Transparent
- Structuring Chinese Reverse Merger Deals
- Securities Rules for Chinese Companies
- Venture Capital: How the Lack of Traditional IPO Exits is Changing the VC Point of View
- AIM vs. APO: Is this a Debate Worth Having?
- Alternatives to the Alternatives: CAPs, Blank Checks, International Private Placings and PIPEs
- It’s All about the Cash: Understanding Equity Investments in Smaller Companies Going Public
Thursday, June 14, 2007
8:40 AM - SPAC Governance and Liquidation: Moving Votes in Favor of Your Deal
This panel focuses on ways to structure a SPAC IPO to increase the odds of obtaining shareholder approval. They cover how to prepare the target for the proxy process and how to move votes in favor of the deal. They also provide some ideas on what to do if the deal is voted down.
Loeb & Loeb partner, Mitch Nussbaum moderates and the panelists include Gian-Michele a Marca of Cooley Goodward LLP; Chris Chase of CRT Capital; Barry Grossman of Ellenoff Grossman & Schole LLP; and Floyd Wittlin, Bingham McCutchen LLP.