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optionality

(ˌɒpʃəˈnælɪtɪ)
n
(Linguistics) linguistics the determination of whether or not a grammatical rule can be used
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A key component of that change will be to institute bylaws that accommodate membership optionality, or choice, while also strengthening the ability of CUNA and the leagues to work together as credit unions' strongest advocates.
Capstone's strategy is to extend the lives of our current mines with mineral resource and reserve expansions, maintain optionality on the Santo Domingo development project, prudently progress the exploration portfolio and grow through acquisitions in politically stable, mining-friendly regions.
The Department said, This will ensure that the next government is provided with full optionality and support for any future decision on the state s ownership of the bank.
Also a member of the firm's Debt, Joint Venture and Structured Capital Group, Amanda Saltzman's responsibilities include debt and equity placement and execution as well as client advisory services on entity and asset recapitalizations, financing optionality, and deploying capital into real estate opportunities.
In short, whether or not they realize it, Old Equity is seeking options and optionality.
These assets, combined with the partnership's existing Louisiana assets, will provide EnLink Midstream with optionality to provide services to southern Louisiana's growing industrial, refining and petrochemical marketplace.
To extend the principles of competition, optionality and equality of the parties, the experts have invited to review the role and powers of the judge, the parties themselves, the prosecutor and the third party within civil proceeding.
It will be immediately accretive to our earnings before synergies of $130 million and provides further optionality for our pigments business.
It gives us a bit of optionality," said Kyle Glennie, a spokesman for Calgary-based Talisman.
DRB offers liquidity and optionality to annuitants in need of cash who have guaranteed or life contingent structured settlements, annuities and/or investment annuities.
The auctions featured two pricing indices, eleven receipt points, and individual offer customization for turn-back optionality, generating over 110 unique bids from 11 wholesale suppliers offering over 600,000 MMBtu per day of natural gas supply.
Allergan shareholders want this deal to occur, but they want a higher price and the optionality on Darpin," Valeant Chief Executive Michael Pearson said in a meeting in New York with about 300 shareholders of the two companies.