Cash offer

Cash offer

Often used in risk arbitrage. Proposal, either hostile or friendly, to acquire a target company through the payment of cash for the stock of the target. Compare to exchange offer.

Cash Offer

In mergers and acquisitions, an offer to buy a publicly-traded company in exchange for cash. A cash offer may be either friendly or hostile. It differs from other types of takeover offers that may buy the company in exchange for stock and/or debt.
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M2 EQUITYBITES-March 26, 2019-Consortium Makes USD 3.4bn Cash Offer for Inmarsat
Global Banking News-January 24, 2019-Agromino reports on outcome of mandatory public cash offer by its major shareholder
Capital Markets Authority has approved a cash offer by Rubis Energie SAS' to buy all the issued ordinary shares of fuel seller Kenol Kobil.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-October 10, 2018-Capio's board recommends unanimously that shareholders accept increased cash offer from Ramsay GdS of SEK58 per share
PeerStreet, a platform for investing in real estate-backed loans, has announced it has added Cash Offer Loans, new investment option that provides PeerStreet investors with a shorter duration than typical bridge loans, the company said.
State-run Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) is selling its Port Area property in Manila for a minimum cash offer of P20 billion.
receive the cash consideration equal to the Total Consideration (as defined below) for the Cash Offer (as defined below) with respect to such Old Notes pursuant to the Cash Reversion Option described in the Offering Memorandum, or have its Old Notes returned.
Markus Jooste, chief executive of Steinhoff, added: "By offering Poundland shareholders an improved cash offer, we aim to bring certainty to the transaction recognising the strength and value of the business and its management team."
MoneyBug has designed a comprehensive system that allows advanced algorithms to crunch data and return a cash offer for a home instantly.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-April 14, 2014-Amdocs extends cash offer
SHAREHOLDERS in luxury car dealership HR Owen have been sent a letter recommending they accept a cash offer for the business from a firm run by Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan.
Super League clubs rejected a cash offer, believed to be pounds 750,000 from Betfair, in favour of a three-year deal with the transport group - which has not paid for the naming rights.