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Synonyms for acquirer

a person who acquires something (usually permanently)

a corporation gaining financial control over another corporation or financial institution through a payment in cash or an exchange of stock

the financial institution that dispenses cash in automated teller machines and collects a fee from the bank that issued the credit card

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Buyer: undisclosed licensed Cypriot Credit Acquiring Company
The demerger is subject to approval by the general meeting of Danske Bank Plc and the acquiring company obtaining necessary licenses to operate as a Finnish credit institution and mortgage credit bank.
Asset Deal: The acquiring company purchases a part or all of the assets of the target company for cash, stock, securities, or other considerations.
Nordea Bank Finland Plc has filed an application with the Finnish Financial Supervision Authority and the European Central Bank for the required approvals for the acquiring company.
All decision-makers in the acquiring company need to be fully aware of the liabilities that might exist.
Thus, the career fate of the acquired company's managers is under their own control rather than the control of their acquiring company. In other words, a talented manager often makes his or her own decision to leave.
Acquiring Company: Globex Utilidades (Brazil), Retail
The acquiring company needs to learn how the newcomers are used to receiving information.
ODIM AS will be the acquiring company and OHI the acquired company.
US Airways Group reported a third-quarter net loss of $78 million, narrowed from a $99 million net loss in the year-ago quarter by the then-America West Holdings, which was considered the acquiring company in last year's merger.
As a result of such an "inversion," the foreign acquiring company becomes a "surrogate foreign corporation" with respect to the domestic corporation or partnership as the expatriated entity.
For one, the risk manager of the acquiring company must consider the composition of the surviving entity: Is it an asset purchase or a stock purchase?
Obviously, this created a disastrous and extremely costly situation for the acquiring company, which, by the way, did not know a damn thing about the industry, as they were just a group of Wall Streeters interested in making a fast buck.