Deals are expected to fall far short of 2021’s record-breaking level.
The mauled blank check funds have a ticking clock: Deliver promised acquisitions or be liquidated.
Alan Martinovich, with global management consultancy Arthur D. Little, says now is the time to make intentional moves that will drive green transformation.
Ever since the SEC’s spring crackdown, these once-popular investments have wilted. But their excesses are being leached away.
And where the Grave Dancer is branching out into other things instead, juggling businesses like logistics, health care, and energy.
Recent downdraft has made some good blank check companies into enticing bargains, the value guru argues.
With his deals seeing double-digit declines, the venture capital star encourages fellow investors not to be afraid of making changes.
The blank check outfits sure are popular. But issuers have the upper hand over investors, performance is a mixed bag, and they face possible tough competition.