Initial Public Offering Price definition

Initial Public Offering Price means the price to the public of the DocuNet Common Stock sold in the Initial Public Offering.

Examples of Initial Public Offering Price in a sentence

  • Notwithstanding any other provision herein, no fractional shares of APP Common Stock will be issued and any Stockholder otherwise entitled to receive a fractional share of APP Common Stock as part of the Merger Consideration hereunder shall receive a cash payment in lieu thereof reflecting such Stockholder's proportionate interest in a share of APP Common Stock multiplied by the Initial Public Offering Price.

  • Pursuant to Article 2 of the Purchase Agreement, there is being deposited into an account (the "Escrow Account") maintained by the Escrow Agent either (i) a number of shares of Common Stock valued at the Initial Public Offering Price, (ii) cash or (iii) a combination of Common Stock and cash comprising part of the Purchase Price equal to $_______, (the "Threshold Value").

  • Any shares of DocuNet Common Stock used to satisfy an Indemnity Claim shall be valued at the lower of the Initial Public Offering Price and the Value as of the date such shares are so used.

  • For purposes of the foregoing limitation, the DocuNet Common Stock shall be valued at the Initial Public Offering Price.

  • Notwithstanding any other provision herein, no fractional shares of Acquiror Common Stock will be issued and any Stockholder entitled hereunder to receive a fractional share of Acquiror Common Stock but for this Section 2.10 will be entitled to receive a cash payment in lieu thereof reflecting such Stockholder's proportionate interest in a share of Acquiror Common Stock multiplied by the Initial Public Offering Price.


More Definitions of Initial Public Offering Price

Initial Public Offering Price means the price per share of AMP Common Stock received by AMP in connection with its Initial Public Offering.
Initial Public Offering Price means $6.00 per Share of Common Stock.
Initial Public Offering Price means the price for the shares of Parent Common Stock as priced and sold on a gross basis before taking into account the managing underwriters' commissions and costs associated with Parent's initial public offering (the "IPO"). Assuming an IPO Price of $9.50 per share and no adjustments pursuant to Exhibit 1.3(a), a total of 31,579 shares of Parent Common Stock would be issued as the Acquisition Price. The Acquisition Price shall be allocated to the acquisition of the Assets as set forth on Exhibit 1.3(a)(1) attached hereto. The parties shall use such allocation in completing Form 8594 and satisfying any and all other reporting requirements of the Internal Revenue Service or any other state or local taxing authority.
Initial Public Offering Price. The Underwritten Certificates will be offered to the public in negotiated transactions or otherwise at varying prices to be determined at the time of sale. SCHEDULE II Underwriting Agreement dated December 6, 2001 Approximate Aggregate Principal Amount of Certificates to Underwriters Class to be Purchased by First Union Securities, Inc. Class A-1 $208,401,962 Class A-2 $317,170,302 Class B $ 26,726,865 Class C $ 8,908,955 Class D $ 8,908,955 Class E $ 12,472,683 Merrill Lynch, Pierce Fenner & Smith Incorporated Xxass X-0 $ 77,734,038 Class A-2 $127,629,698 Class B $ 9,969,135 Class C $ 3,323,045 Class D $ 3,323,045 Class E $ 4,652,317 Greenwich Capital Markets, Inc. Class A-2 $25,000,000
Initial Public Offering Price means the price per Common Share (before deducting underwriting discounts, commissions and expenses) in the Initial Public Offering, as stated in the relevant registration statement issued or filed in respect of the Initial Public Offering;