Split-off

Split-off,

Definition of Split-off:

  1. When a piece of a company is sold off, the stock is converted into shares of the new company.

  2. In a split-off, the parent company offers shareholders the option to keep their current shares or exchange them for shares of the divesting company. Shares outstanding are not proportioned on a pro rata basis like in other divestitures. In some split-offs, the parent company may choose to offer a premium for the exchange of shares to promote interest in shares of the new company.

  3. A split-off is a corporate reorganization method in which a parent company divests a business unit using specific structured terms. There can be several methods for structuring a divestiture. Split-offs, spinoffs, and carveouts are a few options, each with its own structuring.

How to use Split-off in a sentence?

  1. Split-offs are motivated by the desire to create greater value for shareholders through the shedding of assets and offering of a new, separate company.
  2. Split-offs are a method that can be used for a corporate divestiture.
  3. Split-offs do not mandate a proportioned pro rata share distribution but rather offer shareholders the option to exchange shares.

Meaning of Split-off & Split-off Definition

Split-off,

Split-off Definition:

  1. A type of corporate acquisition in which the shares of a new company (or subsidiary) are distributed to the original shareholders (or parent company) and those shareholders transfer a portion of their shares to the original company (or parent company). ۔

Literal Meanings of Split-off

Split:

Meanings of Split:
  1. Forcible breaking or breaking into pieces, especially in two parts or crosswise.

  2. There was a lot of pain in his head.

  3. Reveal secrets or tell someone.

  4. Cracked, cracked or cut into something, especially in the middle or with fibers.

  5. Jump in the air (for gymnastics and dance) or sit with your legs straight and body standing, one in front and one behind or one on one side.

  6. The time it takes to complete a recognized part of the race or the place of the race where the time is measured.

Sentences of Split
  1. Cracked and cracked snow

  2. Cracks appear on the falling plate.

  3. I never praised the Balancing Act.

Synonyms of Split

squeal on, beat a retreat, make oneself scarce, be on one's way, peach on, leave, depart, take oneself off, lop, cleft, set off, push off, repair, snap, cut, get under way, ■■■■ on, ■■■■ the whistle on, inform on/against, break camp, sell down the river, break, rat out, withdraw, remove

Off:

Meanings of Off:
  1. Away or at a distance from the place in question.

  2. Get out of the way or run.

  3. Access to or possession of a limited amount of material goods or property.

  4. Reluctant to pass

  5. Feature of poor or inadequate performance, or feeling worse than usual.

  6. Stay on the side of the car that is usually farthest from the road.

  7. Boring or unfair?

  8. Hostility or enmity

  9. The center of the field (divided by the length) where the batsman's feet point to get up to pick up the ball.

  10. The beginning of a career, journey or experience.

  11. Kill the murder.

Sentences of Off
  1. We are closed tomorrow

  2. He threatens to tear down the door.

  3. Fever and no longer eating.

  4. Even the best players have a day off.

  5. There is no one but the maid and she has come a little late.

  6. The so-called loyal workers get up and start a new business.

  7. I fell and chased the boy.

Synonyms of Off

bad, to a distance, from there, rancid, frigid, unapproachable, inequitable, high, cold, stale, below the belt, unresponsive, spoiled, unjustifiable, offish, turned, unjust, unfair, unacceptable, stand-offish, a bit much, unnecessary, unjustified, out of order, putrid, away, chilly, unsatisfactory, putrescent