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Financial terms in "Mergers and Acquisitions"

1. street sweep

2. earnout

3. in play

4. Takeover Bid

5. sandbag

6. style drift

7. dividends-received deduction

8. letter of intent

9. Buyout

10. War chest

11. National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts (NACVA)

12. Form 8-K

13. commission recapture

14. creative destruction

15. Asset value

16. White Knight

17. statutory consolidation

18. associate company

19. mezzanine debt

20. Private Market Value

21. coinsurance effect

22. killer bee

23. Accretion

24. financial buyer

25. Takeover Panel

26. hostile bid

27. board-out clause

28. White squire

29. RTO

30. final closing date

31. zombie

32. fairness opinion

33. diversification

34. dead hand provision on poison pill

35. stock-for-asset reorganization

36. Hostile takeover

37. PMV

38. Merger Arbitrage

39. Golden Parachute

40. Horizontal Integration

41. raider

42. Asset stripper

43. consolidation phase

44. dilutive acquisition

45. strategic buyer

46. envy ratio

47. hostile tender offer

48. Pyramiding

49. busted takeover

50. Reverse Takeover

51. Poison Pill

52. merger securities

53. Show stopper

54. type D reorganization

55. friendly takeover

56. dead hand provision

57. staple financing

58. negative goodwill

59. gray knight

60. type C reorganization

61. agglomeration

62. lobster trap

63. Grey Knight

64. management buyin

65. reverse acquisition

66. Black Knight

67. consolidation

68. corporate finance

69. Scorched-Earth Policy

70. Net advantage to merging

71. demerger

72. restricted

73. vertical acquisition

74. amalgamation

75. any-and-all bid

76. Reverse Merger

77. takeunder

78. Bear Raid

79. asset acquisition

80. Affiliate

81. two-tier tender offer

82. type B reorganization

83. hostile leveraged buyout

84. Toehold purchase

85. conglomerate merger

86. creeping tender offer

87. working capital initiative

88. divestment

89. Corporate Raider

90. backward integration

91. qualifying transaction

92. takeout value

93. mergers and acquisitions

94. Dawn Raid

95. stock swap

96. equity method

97. controlled company

98. Targeted repurchase

99. change of control

100. breakup fee

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