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Financial terms in "Mergers and Acquisitions"

1. purchase acquisition

2. Pyramiding

3. institutional buyout

4. Bear Raid

5. PMV

6. lobster trap

7. earnout

8. self tender defense

9. backward integration

10. board-out clause

11. Vertical merger

12. Reverse Takeover

13. conglomerate merger

14. agglomeration

15. demerger

16. whitewash resolution

17. Revlon rule

18. working capital initiative

19. National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts (NACVA)

20. statutory consolidation

21. hostile leveraged buyout

22. qualifying transaction

23. bulk transfer

24. restricted

25. zombie

26. creeping takeover

27. controlled company

28. Targeted repurchase

29. target

30. coinsurance effect

31. buy, strip and flip

32. bulk sales escrow

33. Private Market Value

34. equity method

35. deal date

36. in play

37. management buyout

38. Lady Macbeth Strategy

39. associate company

40. Asset stripper

41. friendly takeover

42. Grey Knight

43. merger securities

44. commission recapture

45. Form 8-K

46. club deal

47. absorbed

48. raider

49. Scorched-Earth Policy

50. type B reorganization

51. backdoor listing

52. Merger Arbitrage

53. MBI

54. type C reorganization

55. creeping tender offer

56. lock-up option

57. Corporate Raider

58. City code on takeovers and mergers

59. fairness opinion

60. floating security

61. Takeover Panel

62. financial buyer

63. stock-for-asset reorganization

64. creative destruction

65. White squire

66. sandbag

67. corporate finance

68. dead hand provision on poison pill

69. earnup

70. conversion ratio

71. dead hand provision

72. gray knight

73. Asset Stripping

74. asset acquisition

75. Net advantage to merging

76. Takeover Bid

77. Acquisition

78. mergers and acquisitions

79. cram-down deal

80. stock swap

81. War chest

82. Show stopper

83. RTO

84. horizontal merger

85. Horizontal Integration

86. killer bee

87. vertical acquisition

88. anti-takeover measure

89. dividends-received deduction

90. mini-tender offer

91. breakup fee

92. swap ratio

93. staple financing

94. Michael Milken

95. busted takeover

96. reverse acquisition

97. anti-takeover statute

98. Whitemail

99. Tender Offer

100. Golden Parachute

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NASD is the largest self-regulatory organization (SRO) in the United States. Formerly known as the national association of securities dealers, NASD regulates broker-dealer firms and licenses registered representatives - better known as stockbrokers - who make a business of trading securities. In addition, NASD regulates trading in stocks, mutual funds, variable annuities, corporate bonds, and futures and options contracts on securities, and acts as regulator for a number of securities exchanges, NASD also reviews materials that investment companies provide to their clients and prospective clients to ensure those materials comply with the relevant guidelines. Through its BrokerCheck database, NASD provides a resource for investors to check the credentials of people and firms with whom they're considering working. The NASD website also provides investor education and alerts on current issues of importance to investors. Finally, NASD also resolves disputes between broker-dealers and their clients, through either mediation or arbitration. NASD disciplines firms and individuals who violate the rules.

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