“As markets got tough last year, deals took longer to get done and SPACs started nearing the end of their lives,” said Alan Annex, co-chair of law firm Greenberg Traurig’s global corporate practice. “The requirement in the charter, designed to protect the shareholders’ money, says you can’t extend the life of the SPAC without offering people the option to get their money back at the time you offer that extension.”

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