voting trust

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Noun1.voting trust - an agreement whereby persons owning stock with voting powers retain ownership while transferring the voting rights to the trustees
trust - something (as property) held by one party (the trustee) for the benefit of another (the beneficiary); "he is the beneficiary of a generous trust set up by his father"
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HICSE participates in the Hartford Insurance Group Reinsurance and Pooling agreement. The pool offers personal and commercial insurance through 14 affiliated U.S.
Explicit support is provided through Clear Spring's participation in the inter-company pooling agreement.
The Cool Pool is an LNG carrier pooling agreement between GasLog and Golar LNG (GLNG), focusing exclusively on spot fixtures of up to 12 months in duration.
Seacor Marine has operated the acquired vessels for the past ten years under a revenue sharing pooling agreement along with four of its owned FSVs of similar specification.
As part of the transaction, this pooling agreement was terminated.
2's ability to effectively manage its operations together with the power pooling agreement with SENA will be key to maintaining stable financial performance.
provision in the pooling agreement limited the availability of stock to
Due to the close proximity of the Kenai Loop # 1-4 well to the CIRI property boundary, the AOGCC conservation order issued to Buccaneer approved the drilling and testing of the well, but commercial production will require a "pooling agreement" with the State of Alaska, Mental Health Trust and CIRI.
The probe focused on the international group agreement and the pooling agreement between P&I (protection and indemnity) clubs, which contain rules on the sharing of claims, joint reinsurance and contractual relationships between P&I clubs and their members.
The move follows the execution of an approved pooling agreement between Laurier, California Insurance Co and Continental Indemnity Co which make up the North American Casualty Group (NAC), AM Best said.
All SIX shareholders are bound by a 20-year pooling agreement, and cannot sell their stake for the first five years.