Combined Voting Power definition

Combined Voting Power means the aggregate votes entitled to be cast generally in the election of the Board of Directors, or similar managing group, of a corporation or other entity by holders of then outstanding Voting Securities of such corporation or other entity.
Combined Voting Power at any measurement date shall mean the total number of votes which could have been cast in an election of directors of the Company had a meeting of the stockholders of the Company been duly held based upon a record date as of the measurement date if all Company Voting Securities then outstanding and entitled to vote at such meeting were present and voted to the fullest extent possible at such meeting.
Combined Voting Power means the combined voting power of the Company’s then outstanding voting securities.

Examples of Combined Voting Power in a sentence

  • For purposes of this paragraph, the term Combined Voting Power shall mean the combined voting power of the CORPORATION's or other relevant entity's then outstanding voting securities.

  • Beneficial Ownership," "Total Combined Voting Power" and "Voting Securities" shall have the meaning described to such terms in Sections 13(d) and 14(d) of the Exchange Act and Rule 13d-3 promulgated thereunder.

  • For the avoidance of doubt, nothing contained herein shall prohibit any member of the Trian Group or any Affiliate or Associate of the Trian Group from acquiring more than the Maximum Percentage of the Combined Voting Power of Company Voting Securities.

  • Unless this Agreement specifically provides for earlier or later termination with respect to any particular right or obligation, this Agreement shall terminate if the Xxxx Group shall, at any time (in compliance with this Agreement), sell or otherwise dispose of or otherwise cease to own Company Voting Securities such that the Xxxx Group beneficially owns in the aggregate Company Voting Securities representing less than 2% of the Combined Voting Power of all Company Voting Securities.

  • Each member of the Trian Group covenants and agrees that it will not purchase or cause to be purchased, or otherwise acquire, Beneficial Ownership of Company Voting Securities that would increase the aggregate Beneficial Ownership of Company Voting Securities by the Trian Group to such number of Company Voting Securities that represents or possesses greater than the Maximum Percentage of the Combined Voting Power of Company Voting Securities.


More Definitions of Combined Voting Power

Combined Voting Power means the aggregate votes entitled to be cast generally in the election of directors of a corporation by holders of then outstanding Voting Securities of such corporation; and
Combined Voting Power means the combined voting power of the Corporation’s or other relevant entity’s then outstanding voting securities.
Combined Voting Power means the combined voting power of the Company's or other relevant entity's then outstanding voting securities.
Combined Voting Power means the combined voting power of the Company’s or other relevant entity’s then outstanding voting securities.
Combined Voting Power with respect to capital stock of the Employer means the number of votes such stock is normally entitled (without regard to the occurrence of any contingency) to vote in an election of directors of the Employer. "Principal Shareholders" means (i) Charlesbank Equity Fund IV, Limited Partnership and the investors in such fund, (ii) Charlesbank Equity Fund IV G.P. Limited Partnership, (iii) Charlesbank Capital Partners, LLC (and any other fund managed by Charlesbank Capital Partners, LLC), (iv) any investor (other than The 1818 Mezzanine Fund, L.P.) whose investment in the Employer is approved by the representative of management on the board of the Employer, (v) any new investors in the Company designated as Principal Shareholders by Charlesbank Capital Partners, LLC within one year of the initial investment by Charlesbank Equity Fund IV, Limited Partnership, and (vi) any corporation, partnership, limited liability company or other entity a majority of the capital stock or other ownership interests of which are directly or indirectly owned by any of the foregoing.
Combined Voting Power means the combined voting power of all classes and series of Voting Securities, according to each class’ or series’ respective votes per share, voting together as a single class.
Combined Voting Power means the aggregate votes entitled to be cast generally in the election of the Board, or similar managing group, of a corporation or other entity by holders of then outstanding Voting Securities of such corporation or other entity; (iii) the term "Person" shall mean any individual, entity (including, without limitation, any corporation, partnership, trust, joint venture, association or governmental body) or group (as defined in Sections 14(d)(3) or 15(d)(2) of the Exchange Act and the rules and regulations thereunder); provided, however, that Person shall not include the Company, any of its subsidiaries, any employee benefit plan of the Company or any of its majority-owned subsidiaries or any entity organized, appointed or established by the Company or such subsidiaries for or pursuant to the terms of any such plan; and (iv) the term "Voting Securities" shall mean all securities of a corporation or other entity having the right under ordinary circumstances to vote in an election of the Board, or similar managing group, of such corporation or other entity.