Corporate Actions definition

Corporate Actions means any actions taken by the issuer, whose listed securities are associated with the financial instruments traded through the Company’s trading platform(s), including but not limited to instances of: (i) stock split and reverse split (ii) consolidation, (iii) rights issue, (iv) merger and takeover, (v) dividends, (vi) Spin Offs.
Corporate Actions means a corporate event that may impact the share price of the relevant company. Corporate Actions include share issues, mergers, conversions, share splits, sell-offs and dividends;
Corporate Actions means any actions undertaken by or relating to an issuer of Securities that has an effect upon the Company or a Fund including, without limitation, the inception of Court Actions.

Examples of Corporate Actions in a sentence

  • You will instruct us telephonically or electronically as to how you would like us to deal with Corporate Actions.

  • We may exercise a limited discretion for Corporate Actions with regard to the Financial Products you hold.

  • You acknowledge that when we follow the company default with regard to Corporate Actions, whether so instructed by you, or as a result of your failure to adhere to deadlines, that this could result in your Financial Products being sold.

  • We may only use this discretion to protect your interests according to your instructions on how we must deal with Corporate Actions on your behalf.

  • You must adhere to all our deadlines pertaining to Corporate Actions as communicated to you to ensure that your instructions are carried out and understand that if you fail to do so we reserve the right to apply our default on your behalf.


More Definitions of Corporate Actions

Corporate Actions means any actions taken by an issuer whose listed securities are associated with a Financial Instrument traded through Company’s trading platform(s), such as stock split, consolidation, rights issue, mergers, takeovers, dividends, etc;
Corporate Actions means a corporate event that may impact the stock price of the relevant company. Corporate Actions include, but are not limited to, stock issues, mergers, conversions, stock splits, sell-offs and dividends;
Corporate Actions means any actions taken by securities Issuers and/or holders, and/or by any other persons, and associated with the exercise of any rights attached to securities, which affect or are capable to affect the Issuer's capital structure or financial position, or the status of securities holders, or the method by which securities holders shall exercise the rights attached to the securities held by them.
Corporate Actions means any corporate event that may impact the share price of the relevant company and include (but not limited to) conversion, sub-division, consolidation, pre-emption, take-over, rights to receive securities or a convertible certificate, and any entitlements arising therefrom;
Corporate Actions means something that will bring about a change to the Securities you hold, such as a rights entitlement issue. This includes but not limited to stock splits, reorganizations, mergers, take-over offers (and similar), name and symbol changes, dividends, option symbol changes and option deliverables, and any available insurance coverage, including the limitations on such coverage.