Public Float definition

Public Float means the total number of unrestricted shares not held directly or indirectly by an officer, director, any person who is the beneficial owner of more than 10 percent of the total shares outstanding (a “control person”), or any affiliates thereof, or any immediate family members of officers, directors and control persons.
Public Float means, in respect of a class of securities, the market value of the securities of such class, excluding securities that are beneficially owned, directly or indirectly, or over which control or direction is exercised by persons or companies that alone or together with their respective Associates and Affiliates, beneficially own or exercise control or direction over more than 10% of the issued and outstanding securities of such class, provided that securities that would be excluded because a portfolio manager of a pension fund, mutual fund or non-redeemable investment fund exercises control or direction over them need only be excluded if the portfolio manager is an Affiliate of the issuer of those securities;
Public Float. , for a class of securities, means

Examples of Public Float in a sentence

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More Definitions of Public Float

Public Float means the number of securities outstanding, less securities known by the Listed Issuer after reasonable enquiry to be:
Public Float. , for a class of securities, means:
Public Float means the number of sharessecurities of the class which are issued and outstanding, less the number of shares of the classsecurities that are pooled, escrowed or non-transferable, and less the number of securities of the class, known to the issuer after reasonable inquiry, beneficially owned, or over which control or direction is exercised by:
Public Float means the outstanding Common Stock beneficially owned by stockholders of the Company other than (a) any Person or group within the meaning of Section 13(d)(3) of the Exchange Act beneficially owning more than ten percent (10%) of all outstanding Common Stock, (b) directors or executive officers of the Company and any members of their immediate family and (c) other Affiliates of the Company, with no share of Common Stock being counted more than once; provided, however, that the Common Stock beneficially owned by any stockholder in excess of ten percent (10%) of the outstanding Common Stock as set forth in the beneficial ownership table in the Company’s most recent proxy statement filed with the SEC and who continues to own in excess of ten percent (10%) of the outstanding Common Stock as of the date of the Transaction Agreement shall be included in the definition of Public Float for so long as such stockholder does not increase such stockholder’s beneficial ownership of Common Stock through the acquisition of Equity Interests from or after the date of the Transaction Agreement in an aggregate amount that exceeds two percent (2%) of all outstanding Common Stock. For the avoidance of doubt, in the calculation of Public Float, but not for purposes of determining whether or not the shares of a Person beneficially owning in excess of ten percent (10%) of the outstanding Common Stock are included in the calculation of Public Float, shares of Common Stock underlying stock options or other equity awards issued to directors or executive officers shall not be treated as beneficially owned by such directors or executive officers unless and until such options or other equity awards are exercised or settled.
Public Float means the market value of all outstand- ing equity shares owned by nonaffiliates.
Public Float means the number of securities outstanding, less securities known by the Listed Issuer after reasonable enquiry to be: beneficially owned or under the control or direction of the Listed Issuer and every non-Public Securityholder of the Listed Issuer, and/or subject to restrictions on transfer.