The company subject to a takeover.
Often used in risk arbitrage. Firm that has been chosen as attractive for takeover by a potential acquirer. The acquirer may buy up to 5% of the target's stock without public disclosure, but it must report all transactions and supply other information to the S.E.C., The exchange the target company is listed on, and the target company itself once the 5% threshold is hit. See raider.
Company attempted to be taken over in TENDER OFFER, LEVERAGED BUYOUT, or other type of takeover or acquisition attempt. See TAKEOVER BID, TENDER OFFER.
a company that has been chosen as attractive for takeover by a potential acquirer
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a listed company whose shares are listed on any stock exchange and whose shares or voting rights are acquired/ being acquired or whose control is taken over/being taken over by an acquirer
A company subject to a takeover.
The company that is going to be acquired by another company.
The company which is the subject of a takeover offer.
A company, usually a competitor, that is the focus of intelligence research and/or analysis.
The company that is being studied or benchmarked against.
A company which is to be subjected to a takeover.
A firm that has been deemed as attractive for takeover by a potential acquirer. See: Acquisition; Majority Shareholder; Raider; Takeover; Working Control