short-form merger

Definition of "short-form merger"
  1. A quick, legally approved merger process where a parent company, which owns a significant majority of a subsidiary's shares, combines with the subsidiary
How to use "short-form merger" in a sentence
  1. The company initiated a short-form merger to quickly integrate their newly-acquired subsidiary into their organization.
  2. Due to its majority stake in the startup, the tech giant decided to execute a short-form merger.
  3. The short-form merger was carried out swiftly as the firm owned over 90% of shares in its subsidiary.

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