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SPACs, Automotive (hybrid and energy) innovation Fund

Wednesday, November 14, 2007
Two “mock funds” that drew my attention at the closing session of a half- semester hedge-fund class taught at the Stern School of Business at New York University.

A SQUARE :: 14Nov07 SPACs, Automotive (hybrid and energy) innovation Fund
Category Hedge Fund Incubator
Author Sona Blessing
SPACs offer inherent investor protection with intrinsic, structurally limited downside. That is why they are gaining popularity amongst institutional investors … CBFB did its first deal yesterday.
The second, a multi-strategy fund with exposure to public and private companies that are leading the next generation of automotive (hybrid and energy) innovation
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