Reverse Triangular Merger

Reverse Triangular Merger

Definition

A form of merger in which an acquiring company creates a merger subsidiary, the merger subsidiary merges with the target company, the target company assumes the merger subsidiary’s assets, rights, and liabilities, the merger subsidiary ceases to exist, and the target company ends up as a wholly owned subsidiary of the acquiring company.

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