Equity Value

Example Definitions of "Equity Value"
Equity Value. Means, with respect to the Performance Shares, $1,000 per Performance Share.
Equity Value. The aggregate value of the Company's outstanding equity securities at the time of a Change in Control and shall be equal to the aggregate cash and fair market value of other property received by the Company's shareholders in the transaction that results in the Change in Control. For this purpose, the fair market value of any property received by the Company's shareholders that is not traded on an established securities exchange shall be the value ascribed to such property in the definitive... agreement entered into in connection with the Change in Control. Any (x) proceeds which are not actually received by the Company's shareholders at the time of the consummation of the Change in Control but are subject to a contingency or future event (including cash proceeds placed in escrow and cash proceeds subject to an earn out) shall be considered received by the Company's shareholders only if and when the shareholders actually receive those proceeds, and (y) Company equity securities that shareholders continue to beneficially own following the Change of Control, shall not be considered to be property received in connection with the Change in Control View More
Equity Value. An amount, determined in accordance with the definition of Fair Market Value, equal to the enterprise value of the Company and its Subsidiaries as a whole less the amount of indebtedness for borrowed money of the Company and/or its Subsidiaries
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