Corporate Acquisition definition

Corporate Acquisition means an acquisition by the Corporation or a Subsidiary of the Corporation or the redemption by the Corporation of Voting Shares of the Corporation which by reducing the number of Voting Shares of the Corporation outstanding increases the proportionate number of Voting Shares Beneficially Owned by any Person.
Corporate Acquisition means an acquisition or a redemption of Voting Shares by the Corporation which by reducing the number of Voting Shares outstanding increases the proportionate number of Voting Shares Beneficially Owned by any Person;
Corporate Acquisition means the acquisition, whether by one or a series of transactions, (including, without limitation, by purchase, subscription or otherwise) of all or any part of the share capital or equivalent of any company or other person (including, without limitation, any partnership or joint venture) or any asset or assets of any company or other person (including, without limitation, any partnership or joint venture) constituting a business or separate line of business of that company or other person.

Examples of Corporate Acquisition in a sentence

  • Pursuant to the Corporate Acquisition, Blackbird acquired all issued and outstanding shares of the Company at an exchange ratio of 0.5996 Blackbird shares to one Predecessor Pipestone share.

  • The number of common shares has been adjusted retrospectively to reflect the 10:1 share consolidation, as well as the 0.5996 exchange ratio, as part of the Corporate Acquisition (note 5).

  • Prior to the Corporate Acquisition, Pipestone Energy was a privately held entity, operating under the name Pipestone Oil Corp.

  • Chua), An Empirical Analysis of the Use of Market Timing in Strategic Corporate Acquisition Planning, Summer 1982Frank Fehle (with Susan M.

  • Fatemi), An Empirical Analysis of the Use of Market Timing in Strategic Corporate Acquisition Planning, Summer 1982; (with Pamela P.


More Definitions of Corporate Acquisition

Corporate Acquisition means any transaction or series of related transactions for the purpose of or resulting, directly or indirectly, in (a) the acquisition of all or substantially all of the assets of a Person, or of any business or division of a Person, (b) the acquisition of in excess of 50% of the Capital Stock of a corporation (or similar entity), which stock has ordinary voting power for the election of the members of such entity’s board of directors or persons exercising similar functions (other than stock having such power only by reason of the happening of a contingency), or the acquisition of in excess of 50% of the Capital Stock of any Person not a corporation, which acquisition gives the acquiring Person the power to direct or cause the direction of the management and policies of such Person or (c) a merger or consolidation or any other combination with another Person (other than a Person that is a Guarantor, if the Company or a Guarantor is the surviving Person).
Corporate Acquisition means an acquisition or other corresponding measure due to which a foreign owner gains ownership of a number of shares referred to in subsection 2 in an entity subject to screening; a corporate acquisition also means an organisation other than one referred to in paragraph 3 becoming a foreign owner as referred to in paragraph 3, if it has the influence referred to in subsection 2 over a company subject to screening. An application referred to in this act must be submitted concerning a corporate acquisition involving a defence industry company, and a notification referred to in this act may be submitted concerning a corporate acquisition involving another company subject to screening, when a buyer referred to in subsection 1(3) gains at least one tenth, at least one third or at least one half of the total number of votes conferred by all shares in the company or corresponding actual influence over a public limited company or other company subject to screening. For a particular reason, the authority processing the matter may also oblige the buyer to submit an application or a notification concerning a measure that increases their influence that does not result in exceeding these limits taken after the processing of their application or notification has been completed. Regarding enterprises in subsection 1(4), the provisions laid down in this Act on a foreign owner also apply to any natural person, organisation or foundation that is resident or domiciled in another EU member state, apart from Finland, or in an EFTA member state. The same applies to a Finnish organisation and foundation in which at least one tenth of the aggregate votes of all of a limited liability company’s shares, or corresponding actualinfluence over an organisation or business undertaking, lies with a natural person or organisation or foundation that is resident or domiciled in a EU member state apart from Finland, or in an EFTA member state. In calculating a foreign owner’s proportion of the aggregate votes of a limited liability company’s shares, account must also be taken of any shares:1) held by a firm belonging to the same group as the foreign owner;2) held by a member of the foreign owner’s family or by an organisation or foundation over which such a family member exercises authority; or3) entitling the foreign owner or another person referred to in paragraph 1 or 2 to exercise their voting rights by virtue of an agreement or some other transaction. The provisions of subsection (4) ...
Corporate Acquisition means the acquisition by purchase or otherwise of all or substantially all of the business, property or fixed assets of, or Capital Stock or other ownership interest of, any Person or any division or line of business of any Person, including the Acquisition.
Corporate Acquisition means the acquisition by any Party of the Control of any Third Party which owns any interests located within the AMI.
Corporate Acquisition shall have the meaning assigned to such term --------------------- in Section 8.05 hereof.
Corporate Acquisition any transaction pursuant to which the Parent Guarantor, any Borrower or any of their respective Subsidiaries (a) acquires any Capital Stock (or warrants, options or other rights to acquire such Capital Stock) of any Person other than the Parent Guarantor, a Borrower or any Person which is then a Subsidiary of the Parent Guarantor, or (b) makes any Person a Subsidiary of the Parent Guarantor or a Borrower, or causes any such Person to be merged with or into the Parent Guarantor, a Borrower or any of their respective Subsidiaries, or (c) purchases all or substantially all of the business or assets of any Person or of any operating division of any Person, or (d) enters into an agreement, or acquires an option, to effect any of the foregoing transactions; provided, however, that the purchase of not more than 5% of the outstanding Capital Stock of any Person on a securities exchange or in the over-the-counter market shall not constitute a "CORPORATE ACQUISITION" hereunder.
Corporate Acquisition means an acquisition or a redemption of common shares by the Corporation which by reducing the number of common shares outstanding increases the percentage of common shares Beneficially Owned by any Person;