A company where more than 50% of the voting shares are owned by another company.
A firm that is owned and ultimately controlled by another firm. Thus a multinational corporation has a parent in once country and one or more subsidiaries in others.
A company of which more than 50 percent of its voting stock is owned by the parent company.
a company where in excess of 50% of its ordinary share capital is owned by another company.
A wholly or partially owned company that is part of a large corporation. A foreign subsidiary is a separately incorporated entity under the host country's law.
This will indicate either yes or no. Defining whether the subject company has a subservient relationship to another company for that specific year.
a corporation that is controlled by another corporation (parent) through a majority ownership of its common stock.
A company wholly controlled by another.
Under IFRS, a subsidiary is 'an entity, including an unincorporated entity such as a partnership, that is controlled by another entity (known as the parent)'. For UK GAAP and UK law purposes, there is a distinction between 'subsidiary' and 'subsidiary undertaking'. Section of the Act defines a 'subsidiary' for the general purposes of the Act but not for accounting purposes. Section 258 of the Act defines a 'subsidiary undertaking' for accounting purposes, chiefly in connection with consolidation.
company which is wholly or partly owned by another company but which (unlike a branch office) is still a distinct legal entity responsible for its own tax, regulatory compliance, etc.
a company partly or wholly owned by a holding company or a parent company.
A company for which a majority of the voting stock is owned by a holding company. see also controlled company, corporate venture capital, wholly-owned subsidiary.
a company owned by another, which controls more than 50% of its voting stock.
A ‘child’ of a ‘parent’ company. Partially or wholly owned by the parent, the subsidiary is organized and financed separately, in the event that a business failure of the subsidiary will not affect the parent company’s finances.
an assistant subject to the authority or control of another
a company controlled by Alcan
a company controlled by another usually a large corporation
a company either wholly or partially owned by another company
a company in controlled directly or indirectly by the Group
a company in which the Company, directly or indirectly, controls more than half of its voting power or issued share capital or controls the composition of its board of directors
a distinctly separate firm controlled by a parent company
an associate, as is a parent company
an enterprise that is controlled by another enterprise (known as the parent)
an entity controlled, directly or indirectly, by AstraZeneca PLC
an entity controlled, directly or indirectly, by TNT N
an entity over which DSM has control
an entity (such as a company or unit trust scheme) which is controlled by Danaharta
an entity that is fully owned by its parent entity, such as one corporation owning another
an entity under control of another company, named Parent Company
an organization of which effective control and/or majority ownership rests with another, single organization
a separate legal corporation, which is majority owned by the parent company
A wholly controlled part of the company.
A company that is owned by another company, its parent.
A company which is under the control of another company usually by virtue of majority ownership of shares.
Any organization controlled by another with more than 50 percent of its whose voting capital held by the latter.
An entity, including partnerships, that is controlled by VNU.
An inferior portion or capacity.Â A Subsidiary corporation is one in which another corporation (a parent corporation) owns at least a majority of the shares and had control.
A corporation controlled by another corporation that owns directly or indirectly an interest sufficient to elect a majority of the board of directors. See Parent Company.
A company owned by another corporation. ax Lien - A legal claim imposed by a Federal, State or County agency in lieu of non-payment of taxes.
Any organization more than 50 percent of whose voting stock is owned by another firm.
A corporation, owned or controlled by a holding or parent company, most often through the option of voting stock. The operations of a subsidiary are usually included in the financial statements of the parent company.
A company controlled by another company which owns most or all of its shares of stock.
An entity that is controlled by Eureko.
A corporation that is either wholly owned or controlled through ownership of a majority of its voting shares, by another corporation or business entity.
A subsidiary is a company controlled by another company. The control is normally a result of having more than 50% of the voting rights.
A company with a majority of its shares being owned by another company.
Company controlled by another company that owns more than 50 percent of its stock.
A company that is legally controlled by another company.
A company, at least 50% of which is owned by another company. See Holding Company.
A subsidiary is a company that is wholly or partially owned by another company.
The parent or holding company owns the majority of the voting shares of another company. Thus, the subsidiary is wholly or partially owned and controlled by another company. A foreign subsidiary is a separately incorporated entity under the host country's law.
A corporation that is owned outright or controlled by a parent corporation.
A subsidiary is a company which is owned or controlled by another firm or company. Subsidiaries include firms in which your company owns more than 50 percent of the outstanding voting stock, as well as firms in which your company has the power to direct or cause the direction of the management and policies.
A "subsidiary" of a specified person is an affiliated person who is controlled by the specified person, directly or indirectly, through one or more intermediaries.
A company which is controlled by another company, usually by owning the majority of the first company's shares.
A company under the control or parentage of another company which owns all or most of it.
A company which, although owned by another, is a separate legal entity.
A subsidiary is a company owned or controlled by a parent or holding company. The relationship between parent and subsidiary depends on majority control of the voting rights of the shares or the ability to appoint the majority of directors.
a company is a subsidiary of another if the second company (the parent) owns more than 50% of the ordinary share capital of the first or has voting control over it
An organization or legal entity with a specified portion of the voting stock held directly or indirectly by the parent company or which is otherwise capable of being controlled by the parent company
A company that is owned and controlled by another company, but that operates separately from the controlling company.
A company owned or controlled by another. The controlling company is called the parent company.... more on Subsidiary
A company having more than half of its stock owned by another company or is completely owned by another company.
a company wholly or partly owned by another but which is a separate legal entity
A subsidiary is an organisation which is wholly or partly owned by another organisation (the "parent" organisation) and which is controlled by the parent. The parent must either: be a member of the subsidiary and control the composition of its management committee; or hold more than half of the shares issued by the subsidiary.
A company owned by another company that controls a majority of its stock.
A subsidiary, in business, is an entity which is controlled by another entity. The controlled entity is called a company, Corporation, or Limited Liability Company, and the controlling entity is called its parent (or the parent company). The reason for this distinction is that an individual cannot be a subsidiary of any organization, only an entity representing a legal fiction as a separate entity can be a subsidiary.