Holding Company Reorganization

Example Definitions of "Holding Company Reorganization"
Holding Company Reorganization. Collectively, a series of contemporaneous transactions in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to Cascade involving (i) the formation by the Company of a new subsidiary, Otter Tail Holding Company ("New Otter Tail"), which will be a Minnesota corporation; (ii) the formation by New Otter Tail of a new subsidiary, Otter Tail Merger Sub ("Merger Sub"), which will be a Minnesota corporation; (iii) the exchange of the common stock of New Otter Tail for the outstanding Common Shares, which... Common Shares will thereafter be held by New Otter Tail; and (iv) the merger of the Company with Merger Sub, pursuant to which the surviving corporation in the merger will be the Company and will be renamed Otter Tail Power Company, as a result of which transaction Otter Tail Power Company (formerly the Company) will thereafter be a wholly owned subsidiary of New Otter Tail. View More
Holding Company Reorganization. Any transaction described in Section 3(a)(12) of the Securities Act pursuant to which the Company or the Bank becomes a subsidiary of a holding company as provided in Section 3(a) of the Bank Holding Company Act of 1956, as amended
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