The SPAC market has grown into a multi-billion-dollar powerhouse, attracting hundreds of new entrants alongside private equity. But with signs of cooling, can the boom last?
The Spring 2021 edition of Middle Market Growth spotlights trends in the technology sector, from SPACs to Canadian tech M&A.
See the finalists and winners of the first-ever Middle Market Growth Awards and read profiles recognizing their achievements over the past year.
Featuring the corporate winners, finalists and young professionals honored as part of Middle Market Growth's first-ever awards.
Amy Moore, principal in the Private Equity Group for CLA, talks about why successful integration is critical in today’s deal environment.
Dr. Alex Mehr, co-founder and CEO of Retail Ecommerce Ventures, discusses the challenges faced by brick-and-mortar retailers and M&A activity involving retail brands.
Experts discuss the use of SPACs as an alternative for companies looking to go public.
On the podcast, Twin Brook’s Garrett Ryan discuss how deal activity has evolved since last March and the current state of middle market M&A.
On the podcast, the CIO of Main Street Capital talks about investing in the lower middle market as a business development company.
John McCormick, a partner of advisory firm Monument Group corresponded with MMG about the fundraising landscape for health care-focused private equity funds.
On the podcast, two investors discuss what Sun Capital looks for in health care deals and how technology can improve the patient experience.
ACG Toronto has established itself as ACG’s largest chapter outside of the U.S. over the past 50 years, hosting numerous conferences and events attended by executives from across North America.
Partnering with SPACs is becoming a popular alternative to IPOs for growing companies—but they should be aware of these risks.
A panel of experts discussed the current state of the SPAC market and where it’s headed during a virtual panel hosted by ACG and sponsored by Grant Thornton LLP.
The case for diversity is more than a moral position—it's become a source of competitive advantage for businesses and investors.
The SEC is considering updates to its filing documents that could require private equity firms to disclose more information to the agency.
The SEC is exploring options to raise reporting requirements for private equity advisors, the Fed will keep its easy money policy in place, and the White House continues infrastructure talks.
A draft bill would remove protections for SPACs, the Fed warns of leveraged loan risk, and lawmakers barter over an infrastructure spending bill.
A high-ranking member of the Fed quelled inflation fears, the House will hold a SPAC hearing, and the SEC's next Government-Business Forum will focus on small and emerging funds.