Definition of Tender Period


Tender Period means the period commencing on the date of this Agreement and ending on the date that is 19 business days following the Offer Commencement Date (calculated as set forth in Rule 14d-1(g)(3) and Rule 14e-1(a) under the Exchange Act).

Examples of Tender Period in a sentence

See Section 14 "Extension of Tender Period; Termination; Amendments".
See Section 15, "Extension of Tender Period; Termination; Amendments." The Fund makes no assurance that it will extend the Offer.
See Section 14 "Extension of Tender Period; Termination; Amendments." The later of the Initial Expiration Date or the latest time and date to which an Offer is extended is hereinafter called the "Expiration Date." The purchase price of a Fund's Shares will be its net asset value per share ("NAV") as of the close of the New York Stock Exchange on the Expiration Date.
Moreover, in the event any of the foregoing conditions are modified or waived in whole or in part at any time, a Fund will promptly make a public announcement of such waiver and may, depending on the materiality of the modification or waiver, extend the Offer period as provided in the section "The Offer--Extension of Tender Period; Termination; Amendment" of this Offer to Purchase.
If a Fund determines to terminate or amend the Offer or to postpone the acceptance for payment of or payment for Common Shares tendered, it will, to the extent necessary, extend the period of time during which the Offer is open as provided in the section "The Offer--Extension of Tender Period; Termination; Amendment" of this Offer to Purchase.