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  1. SPACs: SoftBank-backed Better to go public in $7.7bn SPAC deal, Turmoil in the SPAC market, SPACs that raise a lot of money will struggle to find startups, Biotech firm Ginkgo to merge with Harry Sloan-led SPAC in $17.5 billion deal[more]

    SoftBank-backed Better to go public in $7.7bn SPAC deal From PE Insights: SoftBank Group Corp-backed Better HoldCo said on Tuesday it will go public through a merger with a blank-check firm sponsored by investment firm Novator Capital, valuing the mortgage startup at $7.7bn. As p

  2. Hedge fund Tiger Global beats out Silicon Valley VCs, invests in 110 startups so far[more]

    From Business Insider: Tiger Global, a $65 billion hedge fund, is squeezing out venture capital firms to invest in startups. The company has taken part in 110 startup financings so far in 2021, according to PitchBook. Venture capitalists say its speed and sky-high valuations lead to its success

  3. SPACs: Why the 'SPAC Mafia' hedge funds aren't worried about SEC regulation, Bill Ackman's cagey SPAC update sends shares soaring as investors dream up a mega-deal, Arqit raising $400m with a SPAC to launch quantum encryption satellites in 2023[more]

    Why the 'SPAC Mafia' hedge funds aren't worried about SEC regulation From Business Insider: After a yearlong bout of SPAC mania, the red-hot market for blank-check companies is cooling down as regulators direct their attention to it. March was a record-breaking month for special-purpose

  4. Private strategies pay off for Tiger Global, other hedge fund titans[more]

    From Institutional Investor: Hedge funds' strategies to invest in private markets have been driving returns at a number of firms this year. Third Point, Greenlight, Tiger Global, and Maverick received big boosts in the first quarter from their private investing strategies. That shouldn't be a

  5. SPACs: Bright Machines nears SPAC deal to go public, SPACs lose their deal 'pop' as fever fades, Spacfilla: Can Asia replenish the blank-cheque bubble?, Tech and SPACs: SEC regulation could result in fewer, but better SPACs[more]

    Bright Machines nears SPAC deal to go public From WSJ: Bright Machines is nearing a merger with a special-purpose acquisition company to go public in a deal that would value the manufacturing-automation business at about $1.6 billion, according to people familiar with the matter. The