Reverse Merger definition

Reverse Merger means any transaction pursuant to which an Operating Unlisted Company becomes a Listed Company by merging with and into a Listed Shell Company;
Reverse Merger means, in respect of a Share, any reorganization, consolidation, amalgamation, merger or binding share exchange of such Company or its subsidiaries with or into another entity in which such Company is the continuing entity and which does not result in a reclassification, reorganization, consolidation or change of all such Shares outstanding but results in the outstanding Shares (other than Shares owned or controlled by such other entity) immediately prior to such event collectively representing less than 50% of the outstanding Shares immediately following such event.
Reverse Merger means, in respect of a Reference Asset, any reorganization, consolidation, amalgamation, merger or binding share exchange of such Company or its subsidiaries with or into another entity in which such Company is the continuing entity and which does not result in a reclassification, reorganization, consolidation or change of all such Reference Assets outstanding but results in the outstanding Reference Assets (other than Reference Assets owned or controlled by such other entity) immediately prior to such event collectively representing less than 50% of the outstanding Reference Assets immediately following such event.

Examples of Reverse Merger in a sentence

  • The Exchange shall communicate in writing, within a maximum period of 15 days from the date of receipt of such intimation, if the proposed transaction is a Reverse Merger or otherwise.

  • The Listed Company shall also obtain from the Operating Unlisted Company and submit to the Exchange, confirmation that the Operating Unlisted Company has received the approval by the board of directors of the Listed Company to initiate merger negotiations with the Operating Unlisted Company.5.21.3 The Exchange may require the Listed Company to provide any additional information as deemed appropriate, for determining the proposed transaction as a Reverse Merger.

  • On July 20, 1999, Kestrel entered into an Acquisition Agreement and Plan of Reverse Merger with Stereo Vision Entertainment, Inc., a privately held Nevada corporation, incorporated on May 5, 1999 and subsequently merged out of existence.

  • In case the Exchange confirms that the proposed transaction is a Reverse Merger, the Listed Shell Company shall ensure compliance with all applicable requirements as provided for herein below.

  • The rental expenses were fully refundable from the PRC government which give rise a corresponding other income.


More Definitions of Reverse Merger

Reverse Merger means the merger of the Company with a so-called “public shell companyas a result of which the Company becomes subject to the public reporting requirements of the Exchange Act.
Reverse Merger means, in respect of a Reference Asset, any reorganization, consolidation, amalgamation, merger or binding share exchange of such Company or its subsidiaries with or into another entity in which such Company is the continuing entity and which does not result in a reclassification, reorganization, consolidation or change of all such Reference Assets outstanding but
Reverse Merger means the merger of the Company into a Subsidiary of a corporation that is a Reporting Company (the “Resulting Parent”), with the shareholders of the Company exchanging their shares of the Company for shares in the Resulting Parent and the Company becoming a wholly owned Subsidiary of the Resulting Parent.
Reverse Merger means, in addition to the Origo Merger, a share exchange or merger of the Parent with any other corporation whose Common Stock is traded on an Approved Securities Market, as a result of which 80% or more of the capital stock of the Issuer shall be transferred to the holders of Capital Stock or common Stock Equivalents of the Parent.
Reverse Merger means any transaction or event that is not a Change in Control and the result of which is that Stock is (or is converted into equity securities of another issuer that is) listed for trading on a national securities exchange registered under section 6(a) of the Exchange Act.
Reverse Merger means a merger by and among the Company, a Subsidiary of the Company and Inventergy, Inc., a Delaware corporation, on terms acceptable to the Required Holders.
Reverse Merger means any transaction whereby an operating company becomes an Exchange Act reporting company by combining, either directly or indirectly, with a shell company which is an Exchange Act reporting company, whether through a reverse merger, exchange offer, or otherwise. However, a Reverse Merger does not include a business combination described in LTSE