share exchange offer

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share exchange offer UK US noun [C] FINANCE
an offer that a company makes to exchange its shares for those of the shareholders of another company that it wants to take over: »

In a friendly merger, the smaller company can agree to make the share exchange offer for the larger company in order to maintain its stock market listing.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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