An acquisition in which the acquiring company uses its own stock to pay for the acquired company.
A deal in which shares of one company are exchanged for shares of another company, such as in a merger or an acquisition. Usually done for tax reasons.
Also known as a "stock-for-stock" exercise. A tran... Add a comment
Transactions comprised in a stock swap or stock switch (one report is required for each line of stock swapped or switched). SW
a feature that lets you surrender enough shares of company stock you already own to equal the amount you owe on the exercise of your options
A stock swap is a business takeover in which the acquiring company uses its own stock to pay for the acquired company. Each shareholder of the newly acquired company receives a certain number of shares of the acquiring company's stock for each share of stock they previously held in the acquired company. Sometimes some shareholders are required to wait for an agreed-upon period of time before they are allowed to sell their new shares of stock.