collar pricing

"ошейниковое" установление цен
Вместо фиксирования точной цены на акции в момент подписания соглашения о слиянии компании договариваются о ценовом диапазоне - "ошейнике", в пределах которого и будет установлена окончательная цена. Фактическая цена при этом будет базироваться на средней цене акций компании-покупателя за период от 10 до 20 дней до фактического завершения сделки. Цель "ошейникового" установления цен состоит в том, чтобы избежать резкого падения цены акций компании-покупателя после того, как распространятся слухи о слиянии и инвесторы начнут избавляться от акций, опасаясь "растворения" капитала.

Англо-русский словарь по инвестициям. 2014.

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