acquiree

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acquiree

(əˌkwaɪəˈriː)
n
a firm that is acquired
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The acquired company will also be tasked with working on vehicle controls that support the customer experience, functional safety and other vehicle systems, he said.
The purchase price for the shares in the acquired company is SEK48m, of which SEK30m was paid in cash and SEK18m was paid in newly issued B shares in Bergs Timber.
The acquired company generates approximately USD 4.5m in annual sales, and has five retail locations across the Los Angeles metro market.
The acquired company generates approximately $4.5M in annual sales, and has five retail locations across the Los Angeles metro market.
Summary: Gulf Pinnacle Logistics invests in re-branding newly acquired company Century Express
Full acquisition means the acquiring company owns more than 50% of shares of the acquired company or any percentage that enables it to become a majority shareholder and/or control the decisions of Board of Directors or the General Assembly.
In a merger, the surviving company is liable for any taxes owed by the acquired company and is entitled to any refunds due to the acquired company, while the acquired company ceases to exist, loses its TIN, and is treated as though it had always been part of the surviving company.
Hidden exposures are especially problematic because the acquired company's insurance policies may cease to provide coverage upon the closing of the transaction.
A major consideration is likely to be access to the technical and social knowledge of the local environment that the executives and personnel of the acquired company possess (Child, Faulkner, & Pitkethly, 2001; Deiser, 1994).
The acquired company has tangible and intangible assets that made it an attractive acquisition.
ABC completed a thorough due diligence of the acquired company's financials.