tender offer


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2.Formal, open offer by publicly traded corporation to buy back its own outstanding securities at a stated price and within a stated timeframe.
3.Formal, open offer by a private or publicly-traded corporation to the shareholders of a publicly-traded corporation to buy their shares usually at an attractive premium above the share current market price. Such tender offers are often a key element of a takeover strategy and are usually made subject to (1) the offerer (bidder) being able to acquire at least a minimum number of shares, and (2) automatic expiration of the offer after a certain maximum number of shares have been acquired.

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  • We made a tender offer that we thought would be hard to top because we had put a lot of energy into it.

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  • You may want to make a strong tender offer that you know they can't pass on so that you are assured you get what you want.

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  • The tender offer came as a shock as the company was issuing equity recently so we decided to investigate their motivations.

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