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Here are the most important treasures of July 19th

Good morning and welcome to Inner Treasure. I’m Dan Defernsco, and what’s on today’s agenda:

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Big investors who are hungry for more infrastructure investment opportunities


President Joe Biden

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Pension funds have contributed to a 10-year increase in invested infrastructure assets. Why an infrastructure project can be a big boost.

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Digital lender startup Bland has just raised 3 360 million in its IPO. Read the initial investment memo from one of its VC supporters.


Nima Ghamsari, founder and CEO of Blewand


Read the initial investment memo written by Jerry Chen of Greelock Partners. Here is the complete memo.

The 6 charts show which banks dominate the SPAC gold rush

Spec popularity in the real East Tech world 4x3

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There were 386

IPOs in the first half of 2021 are putting this year ahead of the 256 SPACIPOs of 2020. Go inside the numbers here.

Firms like Credit Suisse, JPMorgan, and Barclays must grow, exit, and hire

Kirk Calodis


Raymond James hired David Barks, managing director, to guide his high-yield capital exercise. Kirk Claudius, former head of Credit Suisse’s technology banking in the United States, will be RBC’s head of global investment banking. These are the people you need to know.

Strange lot:

Super Bowl commercials, King of Mortgages take over the cards (Bloomberg)

Goldman Sachs will require staff to wear masks from Monday (BBC)

Bank of America approves bitcoin futures trading for some consumers: Sources

McDonald’s workers and junior Wall Street bankers see sharp rise in wages (Forbes)

Morgan Stanley Legal Chief Demands Law Firms Return to Office (Bloomberg)

The Y-Combinator founder is selling his startup as NFT as ‘Embracing Failure’, with bids starting at 96 96,000,000 (internal).

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