Definition of Transformative Acquisition


Transformative Acquisition means any acquisition by the Borrower or any Restricted Subsidiary that is either (a) not permitted by the terms of this Agreement immediately prior to the consummation of such acquisition or (b) if permitted by the terms of this Agreement immediately prior to the consummation of such acquisition, would not provide the Borrower and its Subsidiaries with adequate flexibility under this Agreement for the continuation and/or expansion of their combined operations following such consummation, as determined by the Borrower acting in good faith.


Transformative Acquisition means any acquisition by Irish Holdco, the Borrower or any other Restricted Subsidiary that (i) is not permitted by the terms of the Loan Documents immediately prior to the consummation of such acquisition or (ii) if permitted by the terms of the Loan Documents immediately prior to the consummation of such acquisition, would not provide Irish Holdco, the Borrower and the other Restricted Subsidiaries with adequate flexibility under the Loan Documents for the continuation and/or expansion of their combined operations following such consummation, as determined by the Borrower acting in good faith.

Transformative Acquisition means any acquisition by the Borrower or any other Restricted Subsidiary that (i) is not permitted by the terms of the Credit Documents immediately prior to the consummation of such acquisition or (ii) would result in an upsizing of the Credit Facilities.

Examples of Transformative Acquisition in a sentence

No “Repricing Event” shall be deemed to occur in connection with any Change in Control or Enterprise Transformative Acquisition.



More definitions of Transformative Acquisition

Transformative Acquisition means any acquisition by the Borrower or any Restricted Subsidiary that is not permitted by the terms of this Agreement immediately prior to the consummation of such acquisition.


Transformative Acquisition means any acquisition of an Acquired Entity or Business by the U.S. Borrower or any Restricted Subsidiary or other similar Investment that is either (a) not permitted hereunder immediately prior to the consummation of such transaction or (b) if permitted hereunder immediately prior to the consummation of such transaction, this Agreement would not provide the U.S. Borrower and its Restricted Subsidiaries with adequate flexibility for the continuation or expansion of their combined operations following such consummation, as reasonably determined by the U.S. Borrower acting in good faith.

Transformative Acquisition means any material acquisition by Holdings or any Restricted Subsidiary which requires an amendment, modification or waiver of the terms of this Agreement in order to consummate such acquisition.

Transformative Acquisition means, any acquisition by a Consolidated Group Entity that (a) is not permitted by the terms of any Group Loan Document immediately prior to the consummation of such acquisition or (b) if permitted by the terms of Group Loan Documents immediately prior to the consummation of such acquisition, would not provide the Consolidated Group Entities with adequate flexibility under the Group Loan Documents for the continuation and/or expansion of their combined operations following such consummation, as determined by Nexstar Media acting in good faith.

Transformative Acquisition means an acquisition not otherwise permitted under the Loan Documents.

Transformative Acquisition means any Acquisition, the aggregate cash and non-cash consideration for which exceeds thirty-three percent (33%) of the market capitalization of the Borrower as measured at the close of business on the Business Day immediately preceding the date on which the definitive documentation with respect to such Acquisition is executed.

Transformative Acquisition means any acquisition by Parent, the Borrowers or their restricted subsidiaries that (a) is not a Permitted Acquisition (as defined below) immediately prior to the consummation of such acquisition or (b) if a Permitted Acquisition immediately prior to the consummation of such acquisition, would not provide Parent, the Borrowers or their restricted subsidiaries with adequate flexibility under the First Lien Loan Documents (consistent with Documentation Principles) for the continuation and/or expansion of their combined operations following such consummation, as determined in good faith by the Borrower Representative.