Why Perella Weinberg Went Public via SPAC

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Jun.28 — Perella Weinberg Partners co- founder, chairman, and CEO Peter Weinberg and co-president Andrew Bednar discuss the boutique investment bank’s initial public offering, the use of special purpose acquisition companies to raise capital, and expansion in Europe. They speak on “Bloomberg Markets.”

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