Tuck In Acquisition financial definition of Tuck In Acquisition
Tuck-In Acquisition (redirected from Tuck In Acquisition)
of a company where the acquiring company
intends to merge the target company
into one of its departments. For example, a broad-based financial services company may conduct a tuck-in acquisition where it buys
a research company and then transfers all of its resources into its own research department. A tuck-in acquisition is also called a bolt-on acquisition.
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This is a perfect example of an accretive tuck in acquisition
for dj Orthopedics' rehabilitation business," said Les Cross, president and CEO.
Fitch Ratings views the transaction as mildly positive as AER's cash flow was relatively modest, and net proceeds are expected to be used for debt paydown, stock repurchases, and tuck in acquisitions
Eastern also completed seven tuck in acquisitions
in Pennsylvania and New York: Smith Sanitation Inc.