Definition of Post-Closing Board


Post-Closing Board means the board of directors of the Company immediately after the Closing.
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Examples of Post-Closing Board in a sentence

The management of the Company on the Closing Date shall continue as the management of the Company following the Closing Date, subject to such subsequent election or removal of such members of management as are approved by the Post-Closing Board or as otherwise provided pursuant to Section 5.08(c).
The members of Purchaser's board of directors shall have been elected or appointed to the Post-Closing Board of Directors as of the Closing consistent with the requirements of Section 5.17.
The currently proposed Post-Closing Board, including initial OAC Directors and the initial directors selected by the Company to serve on the Post-Closing Board, are set forth on Schedule 5.14(a) hereto.
The members of Purchaser's board of directors shall have been elected or appointed to Post-Closing Board of Directors as of Closing, consistent with the requirements of Section 6.16.
Two (2) of the seven (7) members of the Post-Closing Board shall be individuals (at least one of whom shall be an independent director) designated by OAC prior to the Effective Time (the "OAC Directors").