Definition of Make-Whole Acquisition


Make-Whole Acquisition means the occurrence, prior to any Conversion Date, of one of the following:


Make-Whole Acquisition means the occurrence of a transaction described under clauses (i) or (ii) of the definition of “Fundamental Change”.

Make-Whole Acquisition means the occurrence, prior to the Full Mandatory Conversion Date, of one of the following:

Examples of Make-Whole Acquisition in a sentence

The adjusted Make-Whole Acquisition Stock Prices will equal the Make-Whole Acquisition Stock Prices applicable immediately prior to such adjustment multiplied by a fraction, the numerator of which is the Conversion Rate immediately prior to the adjustment giving rise to the Make-Whole Acquisition Stock Prices adjustment and the denominator of which is the Conversion Rate as so adjusted.
On the Make-Whole Acquisition Effective Date, another written notice shall be sent by or on behalf of the Company, by first-class mail, postage prepaid, to the Holders as they appear in the records of the Company.
On or before the twentieth day prior to the date on which the Company anticipates consummating the Make-Whole Acquisition (or, if later, promptly after the Company discovers that the Make-Whole Acquisition will occur), a written notice shall be sent by or on behalf of the Company, by first-class mail, postage prepaid, to the Holders as they appear in the records of the Company.
The Make-Whole Acquisition Stock Prices set forth in the table above are subject to adjustment pursuant to Section 12 and shall be adjusted as of any date the Conversion Rate is adjusted.
To exercise a Make-Whole Acquisition Conversion option, a Holder must, no later than 5:00 p.m., New York City time, on or before the date by which the Make-Whole Acquisition Conversion option must be exercised as specified in the notice delivered under clause (d) above, comply with the procedures set forth in Section 8(e) and indicate that it is exercising its Make-Whole Acquisition Conversion option.



More definitions of Make-Whole Acquisition

Make-Whole Acquisition means the consummation of any acquisition (whether by means of a liquidation, share exchange, tender offer, consolidation, recapitalization, reclassification, merger of the Corporation or any sale, lease or other transfer of the consolidated assets of the Corporation and its subsidiaries) or a series of related transactions or events pursuant to which 90% or more of the Corporation’s outstanding shares of Common Stock are exchanged for, converted into or constitutes solely the right to receive cash, securities or other property more than 10% of which consists of cash, securities or other property that are not, or upon issuance will not be, shares of common equity or American depositary receipts in respect of common equity traded on the New York Stock Exchange, the Nasdaq Global Select Market or Nasdaq Global Market.


Make-Whole Acquisition means the occurrence, prior to any Conversion Date, of the consummation of any consolidation, merger, amalgamation, scheme of arrangement, other binding share exchange or reclassification or similar transaction between the Company and another Person (other than any of the Company’s subsidiaries), or any sale or other disposition in one transaction or a series of transactions of all or substantially all of the assets of the Company and its consolidated subsidiaries to another Person (other than any of the Company’s subsidiaries), in each case pursuant to which all of the issued and outstanding Common Shares will be converted into cash, securities or other property other than pursuant to a transaction in which the Persons that Beneficially Owned, directly or indirectly, voting shares of the Company immediately prior to such transaction or transactions Beneficially Own, directly or indirectly, voting shares representing a majority of the total voting power of all issued and outstanding classes of voting shares of the surviving or resulting Person immediately after the transaction or transactions; provided, however, that a Make-Whole Acquisition will not be deemed to have occurred if at least 90% of the consideration received by holders of the Common Shares in the transaction or transactions consists of common shares (or depositary receipts in respect of common shares) that are traded on a U.S. national securities exchange or securities exchange in the European Economic Area or that will be so traded when issued or exchanged in connection with a Make-Whole Acquisition.

Make-Whole Acquisition means, with respect to any shares of Series B Preferred Stock, the occurrence, prior to the Conversion Date for such shares, of one of the following:

Make-Whole Acquisition means the occurrence, prior to anyConversion Date, of one of the following:

Make-Whole Acquisition means the occurrence, prior to the Full Mandatory

Make-Whole Acquisition means the occurrence, prior to the Mandatory Conversion Date, of one of the following:-12-