Acquiree

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Acquiree

A firm that is being acquired.

Acquiree

A company that is the object of a takeover attempt. That is, another company is buying the acquiree's shares with the intent of obtaining a majority stake. This may occur with or without the authorization of the acquiree's board of directors. An acquiring company identifies potential acquirees based on a variety of factors, including share price and growth potential; in the event of a hostile takeover, the acquirer may buy up to 5% of the acquiree without publicly disclosing its intentions.
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Net debt of the acquired company is expected to be approximately SEK65m at the time of entry, which means that the purchase price on a debt-free basis is expected to be approximately SEK110m.
Taronis said the acquired company also sells industrial gases and welding supply products into the Mexican markets in Baja California and Sonora, through a relationship with one of the largest independent industrial gas operators in the region.
Gulf Pinnacle Logistics (GPL) has heavily invested in the re-branding of its newly acquired company Century Express, a Dubai-based courier service provider.
The Acquiring Company holds all the shares in the share capital of the Acquired Company as a consequence of which it shall not be necessary to increase the share capital of ORLEN Upstream upon the moment of merger.
These include having an approved policy regarding financing such operations and ensuring that there are adequate cash flows necessary to repay the loan; whether by the acquiring company, the acquired company, or the company arising from a merger between two companies.
The IRS also argued that despite the surviving company's liability for the acquired company's tax obligations, interest netting is a tax attribute, not a tax.
The departure of owners and top executives of an acquired company may be particularly relevant in cases in which the knowledge contained within the acquired company is a key asset.
The acquired company's administrative function may be very compatible with their peers in the new company while the acquired company's operations team may be totally out of synch.
Often, after an acquisition, the acquired company creates such a burden on the company that purchased it that the buyer's financial performance deteriorates.
The acquired company will be renamed Titan Nexus Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Titan Electronics Group.
The acquired company handles more than 150,000 metric tons of metal per year.
The acquired company is the publisher of five magazines, as well as conferences and online resources for the IT and computer markets.