premerger

premerger

(priːˈmɜːdʒə)
adj
(Commerce) of the period prior to a merger
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The Justice Department announced that it will require Third Point LLC and three funds it manages to pay a $609,810 civil penalty and be subject to injunction for violating antitrust premerger notification requirements in connection with the three funds' acquisition of shares of DowDupont.
Done well, a divestiture prevents the competitive harm likely to result from a proposed merger and ensures that competition remains as robust as it was premerger. Once FTC Competition Bureau staff has identified a proposed or consummated merger's likely market harm and parties express interest in avoiding litigation by agreeing to a settlement, attention turns to devising a divestiture remedy.
TOKYO (Alliance News) - The US Department of Justice announced Monday that Japanese companies Canon Inc and Toshiba Corp have agreed to settle federal charges for violating the premerger notification and waiting period requirements of the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act.
While discussing revenue divisions, the Committee was informed by FBR Chairman Jehanzeb Khan was of the view that the premerger status of FATA will be maintained via blanket exemption of Income Tax, Sales Tax and Witholding Tax from the period of the date of assent given by the President to the aid conditional agreement till the June 30, 2023 so as to restore the position as existed prior to the passage of the 25th Constitutional Amendment, 2018.
Quimbo explained Grab and Uber violated two interim measures, largely on failure to maintain their premerger conditions.
Grab, for its part, has been penalized to pay P8 million for failure to maintain premerger conditions such as pricing policies, rider promotions, driver incentives and service quality.
Premerger cross-holdings between an acquirer and a target limit the potential for a merger to achieve risk reduction via deployment of slack.
Winrock agreed to appoint an advisory board with at least nine of Hub's premerger directors, the agreement said.
This claim postulates that the upstream firm will transfer its input at marginal cost instead of the higher premerger price, and this elimination of double marginalization (EDM) of the upstream firm's cost will lead the downstream merger partner to reduce its output price.
Specifically, we show that the characteristics of the equilibriums and accordingly the effects of the merger depend on the premerger capacity level of each firm.
The thresholds are used to determine if a transaction triggers premerger reporting requirements to the PCC.