Flotation definition

Flotation means a successful application being made for any part of the share capital of any Group member to the Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia or Bilbao Stock Exchange or any other European Stock Exchange or the grant of permission to deal in the same on the Alternative Investment Market or the European Acquisition of Securities Dealers Automated Quotation System or on any recognised investment exchange (as that term is used in the Financial Services Act 1986) or in or on any exchange or market replacing the same or any other exchange or market in any country.
Flotation means the listing or admission to trading on any stock or securities exchange or market of any shares or securities of any Group Member, any Holdco Group Member or any direct or indirect Holding Company of any Group Member or any Holdco Group Member (other than a Sponsor), or any sale or issue by way of listing, flotation or public offering (or any equivalent circumstances) of any shares or securities of any Group Member, any Holdco Group Member or any direct or indirect Holding Company of any Group Member or any Holdco Group Member (other than a Sponsor) in any jurisdiction or country (the person whose shares or securities are the subject of such listing, admission to trading, flotation or public offering being the “IPO Entityin respect of such Flotation).
Flotation means:- (a) a successful application being made for the admission of any part of the share capital of any member of the Group (or Holding Company of any member of the Group) to the Official List maintained by the FCA and the admission of any part of the share capital of any member of the Group (or Holding Company of any member of the Group) to trading on the London Stock Exchange plc or (b) the grant of permission to deal in any part of the issued share capital of any member of the Group (or Holding Company of any member of the Group) on the Alternative Investment Market or the Main Board or the Growth Market of the ICAP Securities & Derivatives Exchange (ISDX) or on any recognised investment exchange (as that term is used in the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000) or in or on any exchange or market replacing the same or any other exchange or market in any country

Examples of Flotation in a sentence

  • Include the cost to move Flotation Silt Curtain as work progresses in the price bid for “Flotation Silt Curtain”.

  • Initial Flotation Test- A 2 kilogram (kg) surface sample taken from an exposed vein with a grade of 61.2% Cg (65.1% Ct) was concentrated by grinding and flotation to 79.2% Cg (84.1% Ct).

  • Flotation materials shall be fabricated so as not to become water-logged, crack, peel, fragment, or be subject to loss of beads.

  • Flotation materials shall be resistant to punc- ture, penetration, damage by animals, and fire.

  • Only Coast Guard Approved Type III Personal Flotation devices are allowed, all other flotation devices are not allowed.


More Definitions of Flotation

Flotation means the process by which the surface chemistry of the desired mineral particles is chemically modified such that they preferentially attach themselves to bubbles and float to the pulp surface in specially designed machines. The gangue or waste minerals are chemically depressed and do not float, thus allowing the valuable minerals to be concentrated and separated from the undesired material
Flotation means a listing of all or any part of the share capital of any Holdco or the Target or any Holding Company of them on any recognised investment exchange or any other sale or issue by way of flotation or public offering in relation to any Holdco or the Target or any Holding Company of any (but does not include any admission, dealing or listing of the Target Shares in existence on the date of this Agreement).
Flotation has the meaning given to that term in Clause 8.1 (Exit and Flotation).
Flotation means (a) a successful application being made for the admission of any part of the share capital of Elevate Credit Parent or any of its Subsidiaries (or any Holding Company of Elevate Credit Parent or any of its Subsidiaries) to the “Official List” maintained by the FCA or any equivalent list maintained by any other recognized authority and the admission of any part of [****] = CERTAIN CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT, MARKED BY BRACKETS, HAS BEEN OMITTED AND FILED SEPARATELY WITH THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION PURSUANT TO RULE 24b-2 OF THE SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934, AS AMENDED the share capital of Elevate Credit Parent or any of its Subsidiaries (or Holding Company of Elevate Credit Parent or any of its Subsidiaries) to trading on the London Stock Exchange plc or any other recognized exchange; or (b) the grant of permission to deal in any part of the issued share capital of Elevate Credit Parent or any of its Subsidiaries (or Holding Company of Elevate Credit Parent or any of its Subsidiaries) on the Alternative Investment Market or the Main Board or the Growth Market of the ICAP Securities & Derivatives Exchange (ISDX) or on any recognized investment exchange (as that term is used in the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000) or in or on any exchange or market replacing the same or any other exchange or market in any country.
Flotation means the listing or admission to trading on any stock or securities exchange or market of any shares or securities of any member of Group, or any sale or issue by way of listing, flotation or public offering (or any equivalent circumstances) of any shares or securities of any member of the Group in any jurisdiction or country.
Flotation means (a) a successful application being made for the admission of any part of the share capital of Elevate Credit Parent or any of its Subsidiaries (or any Holding Company of Elevate Credit Parent or any of its Subsidiaries) to the “Official List” maintained by the FCA or any equivalent list maintained by any other recognized authority and the admission of any part of the share capital of Elevate Credit Parent or any of its Subsidiaries (or Holding Company of Elevate Credit Parent or any of its Subsidiaries) to trading on the London Stock Exchange plc or any other recognized exchange; or (b) the grant of permission to deal in any part of the issued share capital of Elevate Credit Parent or any of its Subsidiaries (or Holding Company of Elevate Credit Parent or any of its Subsidiaries) on the Alternative Investment Market or the Main Board or the Growth Market of the ICAP Securities & Derivatives Exchange (ISDX) or on any recognized investment exchange (as that term is used in the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000) or in or on any exchange or market replacing the same or any other exchange or market in any country.