subscription warrant


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a warrant that expires on a stipulated date

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will receive 10 Subscription Warrants for each Subscription Share.
00% of the figure (135,471,373 shares) obtained by deducting the treasury shares held by the Target (138,164 shares) from the Target's total outstanding shares as of March 31, 2007 (127,925,007 shares), and adding the maximum number of the Target's common stock (7,684,530 shares) which might be issued or transferred upon exercise of the share subscription warrants attached to the PENTAX Bonds with Share Subscription Warrants of 4,136 million yen.
For subsequent transfers, the price per subscription warrant shall correspond to the market value of the subscription warrant at the time of transfer.
If bond acceleration occurs, no subscription warrant may be exercised thereafter.
The purchase price for each of the PENTAX Bonds with Share Subscription Warrants under the Tender Offer is 1,433,056 yen, which is obtained by dividing the issue price of each bond (100.
Transfer in accordance with the above that takes place in connection with the allotment of subscription warrants to AarhusKarlshamn Invest AB, shall be made at a market value, corresponding to the subscription price, of SEK 24 per subscription warrant (the subscription price is subject to material changes in the price of AarhusKarlshamn AB's share in connection with the market valuation of the subscription warrants).
Pursuant to the Company's "Incentive Plan for the Year 2001," the purpose of the issuance of the bond with subscription warrant is to grant the subscription warrants to the Company's selected employees and the Subsidiary Companies' directors and their selected employees.
a leading provider of antivirus and Internet content security software, resolved on certain conditions for the subscription warrants which are attached to bonds that the Board of directors resolved to issue at its meeting on March 26, 2002.
On July 2, 2007, HOYA CORPORATION announced that it will acquire (1) our common stock, (2) the yen-denominated Convertible Bonds with Share Subscription Warrants (shinkabu yoyaku ken) issued in accordance with a resolution of our board of directors' meeting held on October 14, 2003 (the "PENTAX Bonds with Share Subscription Warrants"), and (3) PENTAX First Series Share Subscription Warrants (shinkabu yoyaku ken) (the "PENTAX Share Subscription Warrants") which were issued in accordance with a resolution of our board of directors' meeting held on May 23, 2005 and an approval of our annual general meeting of shareholders held on June 24, 2005, through the tender offer (the "Tender Offer").
Nasdaq: TMIC) (Tokyo TSE: 4704), a leading provider of antivirus and Internet content security software, today resolved on certain conditions for the subscription warrants at the meeting of its Board of directors held on November 1, 2001, in connection with the issuance of the bonds with subscription warrants which was resolved at the meeting of its Board of Directors held on October 25, 2001.
At today's extraordinary general meeting in AarhusKarlshamn AB (publ) (STO:AAK) it was resolved, in accordance with the Board of Directors' proposal, to implement an incentive programme for senior executives and key employees by way of an issue of up to 1,500,000 subscription warrants entitling to subscription for the equivalent number of new shares in AarhusKarlshamn AB.
00% of the figure (135,471,373 shares) obtained by deducting the treasury shares held by Pentax (138,164 shares) from Pentax's total outstanding shares as of March 31, 2007 (127,925,007 shares), and adding the maximum number of Pentax's common stock (7,684,530 shares) which might be issued or transferred upon exercise of the share subscription warrants attached to the Pentax bonds with share subscription warrants of 4,136 million Yen.
Nasdaq: TMIC)(Tokyo TSE: 4704), a leading provider of antivirus and Internet content security software, today resolved on certain conditions for the subscription warrants in connection with the issuance of the bonds with subscription warrants at the meeting of its Board of Directors held on May 8, 2001.
Nasdaq: TMIC) (Tokyo TSE: 4704), a leading provider of antivirus and Internet content security software, today announced that the Company has decided to adjust the Exercise Prices in connection with its outstanding unsecured bonds with subscription warrants as follows: