Similar Transaction definition

Similar Transaction means any transaction that is similar to an Asset Disposition or Asset Acquisition that requires a waiver or consent by CA Required Lenders under Section 6.04 or 6.05 of the Credit Agreement.
Similar Transaction means any transaction or series of related transactions to effect (i) any issuance by the Company or any of its Affiliates of equity securities, any rights to acquire equity securities, or any securities convertible into equity securities, (ii) another substantial equity investment in the Company or its Affiliates, (iii) any equity recapitalization of the Company or its Affiliates, or (iv) a sale of any stock or assets of the Company or any of its Affiliates outside the ordinary course of business.
Similar Transaction has the meaning specified in Section 6.8.

Examples of Similar Transaction in a sentence

  • Similar principles shall apply, mutatis mutandis, to a Merger or Similar Transaction, unless the applicable company or other law requires essentially comparable treatment.

  • This prohibition applies, mutatis mutandis, to an agreement to vote securities pursuant to a Merger or Similar Transaction.

  • Any Similar Transaction Payments and Other Lease Payments from time to time received at such designated address or otherwise received by the Servicer or deposited in the Collection Account shall not constitute part of the Trust Estate.

  • If an agreement required to be filed under paragraph (1) or (2) is entered into after a Takeover Bid Circular (or Merger or Similar Transaction disclosure document) referred to in paragraph (1) or the Directors’ Circular referred to in paragraph (2) is filed, the agreement must be filed promptly but not later than two Business Days from the date that the agreement was entered into.

  • Without respect to any shareholder voting requirement under the applicable company law, any Merger of Similar Transaction that is not an Exempt Second-Step Merger must also satisfy the Majority of Minority Voting Condition and all of the Material facts concerning the transaction must be disclosed.


More Definitions of Similar Transaction

Similar Transaction means the issue either directly or indirectly by the Company of bonds (with the exception of bonds with no corporate governance rights), equities or securities granting access to the share capital reserved for a given individual or group of individuals (with the exception as needed of issues of securities reserved for the Group’s employees or managers) in exchange for a payment in cash.
Similar Transaction shall have the meaning assigned to such term in Section 6.6(iii).
Similar Transaction means any transaction or proposed transaction with a Third Party involving the direct or indirect sale or transfer of any of the Collateral Management Fees, CDO Agreements or the Related Assets.
Similar Transaction means (1) the sale or other disposition by Circe (other than to an Affiliate) of substantially all of the assets and properties associated with the Hybrid Artificial Pancreas program or (2) a transaction by which Circe ceases to be an "Affiliate" of Grace.
Similar Transaction means the sale or other disposition by Sellers or their Affiliates of all or substantially all of the Project Assets to a third party or the sale by Sellers or their Affiliates of all of the interests or voting rights in CLDC to an unaffiliated third party, or a similar transaction (including a joint venture transaction) intended to effectuate (directly or indirectly) a similar result.
Similar Transaction. Any loan warehousing transaction, collateralized loan obligation transaction or similar transaction secured primarily by a portfolio of broadly syndicated Loans, with respect to which the Collateral Manager or any of its Affiliates will act as the collateral manager, portfolio manager, advisor, sub-advisor or in a similar capacity.
Similar Transaction means any transaction that is similar to an Asset Disposition or Asset Acquisition that requires a waiver or consent by "Required Lenders" under and as defined in the First-Lien Credit Agreement under Sections 6.04 or 6.05 of the First-Lien Credit Agreement.