Significant Transaction definition

Significant Transaction means a transaction which meets any one of the tests below:
Significant Transaction means Company’s acquisition or disposition of a business or assets which ABM is required to report under Item 2.01 of Form 8-K under the rules and regulations issued by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Significant Transaction means the Company's acquisition or disposition of a business or assets which the Company is required to report under Item 2 of the SEC Form 8-K.

Examples of Significant Transaction in a sentence

  • All of the information in this Form 10 Notice of Proposed Significant Transaction is true.

  • The Trust may enter into a Significant Transaction only if more than half of the members of the Council of Governors voting approve entering into the transaction.

  • Whether such procedures and controls were being followed at the time of the Significant Transaction; iii.

  • The absolute and relative volume of all transactions processed by RPS on the day of the Significant Transaction; iv.

  • In the event of a Significant Transaction, the Registered Holder shall thereafter be entitled to purchase the kind and amount of shares of stock and other securities and property (including cash) which the Registered Holder would have been entitled to receive had this Warrant been exercised immediately prior to the effective date of such Significant Transaction.


More Definitions of Significant Transaction

Significant Transaction means any transaction with a value equal to or greater than 20% of the Trust’s income, assets or capital.
Significant Transaction means a Change of Control or Triggering Event.
Significant Transaction any Investment that results in a Person becoming a Restricted Subsidiary, any designation of a Subsidiary as a Restricted Subsidiary or an Unrestricted Subsidiary, any Permitted Acquisition or any Disposition that results in a Restricted Subsidiary ceasing to be a Subsidiary of the Borrower, any Investment constituting an acquisition of assets constituting a business unit, line of business or division of, or all or substantially all of the Capital Stock of, another Person or any Disposition of a business unit, line of business or division of the Borrower or a Restricted Subsidiary, in each case whether by merger, consolidation, amalgamation or otherwise, or any incurrence or repayment of Indebtedness (other than Indebtedness incurred or repaid under any revolving credit facility or line of credit), Restricted Payment, Incremental Revolving Commitment, Incremental Revolving Loan, Incremental Term Loan or any other provision of this Agreement that by the terms of this Agreement requires such test to be calculated on a pro forma basis or after giving pro forma effect.
Significant Transaction means (a) any Disposition Transaction or (b) any transaction of the type described in Section 210.11-01(a)(1) or Section 210.11-01(a)(2) of Regulation S-X (disregarding, for purposes of clause (b) of this definition, whether the Entity entering into such transaction is at the time obligated to file or furnish, or is otherwise filing or furnishing, reports with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission pursuant to Section 13 or 15 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended).
Significant Transaction means each of the following, regardless of whether any requirement under Section 6.1(e) with respect thereto shall have been satisfied (other than transactions by NMTC Subsidiaries (and not involving the Parent or any of its subsidiaries) to the extent not reasonably expected to result in a Material Adverse Effect):
Significant Transaction means a merger or consolidation of the Company with or into any Person, or an acquisition of all of the business of another Person regardless of form, if and only if, after such merger, consolidation or acquisition, directors of the Company immediately prior to such merger, consolidation or acquisition constitute a majority of the directors of the surviving entity or its parent.