Substantial Block definition

Substantial Block means a number of shares of the Voting Stock which has 15% or more of the aggregate voting power of all outstanding shares of Voting Stock.
Substantial Block means a number of shares of Common Stock of the Company which equals or exceeds 15% of the number of shares of Common Stock of the Company then outstanding.
Substantial Block means a number of shares of Voting Stock having in the aggregate 15 percent or more of the general voting power.

Examples of Substantial Block in a sentence

  • As of the Sale Date, the Purchaser reasonably expected (a) that the first sale to the Public of an amount of Bonds of each maturity equal to ten percent or more of such maturity of the Bonds (the “First Substantial Block”) would be at the Price for such maturity and (b) that no Bonds of any maturity would be sold at a higher price before the First Substantial Block of Bonds of such maturity was sold to the Public at the Price.

  • On 18 March 2020, upon seeking legal advice and with a view to putting the public record straight, China Creative and New Smart applied to the Stock Exchange to withdraw the DI forms in respect of their alleged transfer of beneficial interests in the Substantial Block to Ms. Bai, which were mistakenly filed on 5 November 2019.

  • The Subject Shares constituted (i) the Controlling Block, representing 82,288,613 Shares or approximately 34.24% of the total Shares in issue; and (ii) the Substantial Block, representing 26,093,500 Shares or approximately 10.86% of the total Shares in issue.

  • As at the date of this announcement, both China Creative and Ms. Bai claimed to have the beneficial interests in the Substantial Block according to their respective disclosure of interests filings.

  • It was stated in the Offer Announcement that Ms. Bai has made a purported requisition against the Company on 30 December 2019 to convene a special general meeting to elect six persons as Directors and to revoke the General Mandate based upon her purported interest in the Substantial Block and that the Company had not made any substantive response.


More Definitions of Substantial Block

Substantial Block means a number of shares of the Common Stock equal to or in excess of 15% of the number of shares of the Common Stock then outstanding.
Substantial Block means a number of shares of Common Stock which equals or exceeds twenty-five percent (25%) of the number of shares of Common Stock then outstanding.
Substantial Block means a number of shares of the ------------------- Voting Stock equal to or in excess of 15% of the number of shares of the Voting Stock then outstanding. (xix) "Voting Stock" means Shares the holders of which are entitled -------------- to vote for the election of directors of the Company, but excluding Shares entitled to vote only upon the occurrence of a contingency unless that contingency shall have occurred.
Substantial Block means a number of the Common Shares of the Company that equals or exceeds 15 percent of the number of the Common Shares of the Company then outstanding.
Substantial Block means a number of Ordinary Shares equal to or in excess of 20% of the number of Ordinary Shares then outstanding.
Substantial Block means a number of shares of Common Stock of the Company and/or a number of shares of stock or amount of other securities of the Company which in the aggregate represents 25% or more of the Voting Power.
Substantial Block means 20% or more in number of the outstanding Class A Shares.