Target Company definition

Target Company means a Company to be acquired by the CPC as its Significant Asset pursuant to a Qualifying Transaction.
Target Company means each of the Company and its direct and indirect Subsidiaries.
Target Company means the entity listed in the column entitled “Target Company” on Exhibit A.

Examples of Target Company in a sentence

  • Persons who have acquired Equity Shares but whose names do not appear in the register of members of the Target Company on the Identified Date, or unregistered owners or those who have acquired Equity Shares after the Identified Date, or those who have not received the Letter of Offer, may also participate in this Offer.

  • Capital Zhengheng and Poly Jianjin hold 51% and 49% equity share of Target Company Shanghai Yujing respectively.

  • To overlook the interest of the Acquirer, Sh Gurmit Singh s/o Sh Kirpal Singh was appointed Director on the Board of the Target Company on 09.02.05.

  • The Business and/ or its subsidiaries have not received the transfer of shares in the Target Company.

  • On February 05, 2018, Bsafal Infraheights Private Limitedhereinafter referred to as “Acquirer”/”BIPL”), has entered into a Share Purchase Agreement (“SPA”) with the promoters of the Target Company naming Mrs.


More Definitions of Target Company

Target Company means an issuer of publicly traded equity securities that has at least twenty percent of its equity securities beneficially held by residents of this state and has substantial assets in this state. For the purposes of this chapter, an equity security is publicly traded if a trading market exists for the security. A trading market exists if the security is traded on a national securities exchange, whether or not registered pursuant to the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, or on the over-the-counter market.2004 Acts, ch 1161, §17, 68 502.321B Registration requirements — hearing.1. Takeover filing required. It is unlawful for a person to make a takeover offer or to acquire any equity securities pursuant to the offer unless the offer is valid under this article. A takeover offer is effective when the offeror files with the administrator a registration statement containing the information prescribed in subsection 6. Not later than the date of filing of the registration statement, the offeror shall deliver a copy of the registration statement by certified mail to the target company at its principal place of business and publicly disclose the material terms of the proposed offer. Public disclosure shall require, at a minimum, that a copy of the registration statement be supplied to all broker-dealers maintaining an office in this state currently quoting the security.2. Registration statement filing. The registration statement shall be filed on forms prescribed by the administrator, and shall be accompanied by a consent by the offeror to service of process and filing fee specified in section 502.321G, and contain all of the following information:
Target Company shall have the meaning set forth in the introductory paragraph.
Target Company means any business enterprise wherever located and of whatever type (including without limitation a business not currently competitive with the Corporation or its subsidiaries) which during the six (6) months immediately preceding the termination or other cessation of the Employee’s employment with the Corporation either was (i) in discussions with the Corporation or its subsidiaries regarding a merger with the Corporation or any of its subsidiaries, or (ii) in discussions with the Corporation or its subsidiaries regarding their purchase of some or all of the Target Company’s equity interests (including stock or limited liability company interests) or a material part of its assets or, alternatively, regarding their sale to the Target Company of some or all of the Corporation’s or its subsidiaries’ equity interests (including stock or limited liability company interests) or a material part of their respective assets; or (iii) identified by management employees of the Corporation or its subsidiaries as a potential business with which the Corporation or its subsidiaries will investigate for the purpose of potentially engaging in one or more of the activities described in subsections (i) and (ii) of this definition. Further, passive ownership (not to exceed 5% of the total outstanding stock) of any publicly traded company will not in itself violate the provisions of this Section 9.
Target Company means each of the Company and its direct and indirect Subsidiaries (if any).
Target Company means a company and includes a body corporate or corporation established under a Central legislation, State legislation or Provincial legislation for the time being in force, whose shares are listed on a stock exchange;
Target Company means any of them;
Target Company is defined in the Preliminary Statements hereto.