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SPACs, Special Purpose Acquisition Companies, are investments vehicles that allow public investors to invest in areas sought by private equity firms. SPACs are shell or blank-check companies that have no operations but that go public with the intention of merging with or acquiring a company with the proceeds of an initial public offering. A SPAC is similar to a reverse merger. However, unlike reverse mergers, SPACs come with a clean public shell company, better economics for the management teams and sponsors, certainty of financing/growth capital in place, a built-in institutional investor base and an experienced management team. SPACs are set up with a clean slate where the management team searches for a target to acquire. This is contrary to pre-existing companies in reverse mergers.

SPACs raise blind pool money (most of which goes into a trust) from the public for an unspecified merger, sometimes in a targeted industry. The SPAC raises money to go public first, then looks for a private company to buy usually in the high-tech sector. SPACs serve an important role in bringing new technology to the market.

Dynasty also makes available access to exchanges in Continental Europe, Latin America, the United Kingdom, Canada and parts of the Asia-Pacific region. Clients can trade foreign securities in either US dollars or a variety of foreign currencies including Euros, Canadian Dollars, Swiss Francs, and British Pounds Sterling.

A special purpose acquisition corporation, commonly known as a “SPAC,” and formally a “development stage company,” is generally incorporated with the primary objective of raising funds through a public offering of its securities primarily for purpose of acquiring one or more operating companies. Please visit online http://www.dynastyresources.net in NewYork city.

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April 1, 2010 - Posted by | Investing | , , , , , , , , ,

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