Long-Form Merger

Long-Form Merger

Definition

A two-step merger process, the first step of which is acquisition of 50 percent, but less than 90 percent, of the target company’s stock and the second step of which is a so-called back-end or squeeze-out merger in which the buyer acquires the target company’s remaining stock by gradually forcing the target company’s minority shareholders to accept whatever consideration the buyer offers.

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