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This Tender Offer of Corporation to Purchase Its Own Stock is for use when a corporation wants to purchase back its own stock from its current shareholders. This type of transaction may be initiated by the corporation if it finds that it has a large unused reserve of cash, to counteract a dilution, or other strategic purposes such as to preempt a hostile takeover.

This offer includes the number of share of common stock to be purchased and the price per share, which will be paid in cash. It also sets forth that any shareholder who wishes to tender his or her shares should complete this letter within a specified time frame.

This Tender Offer of Corporation to Purchase Its Own Stock includes:
  • Parties: Sets forth the name of the company who is offering to purchase a certain number of common stock;
  • Stock Purchase: Sets forth the per share price of common stock to be paid in cash;
  • Shareholder Tender:Sets forth the time frame in which the holders of stock can tender stock for sale;
  • Pricing: Sets out a table containing high and low stock prices by year;
  • Depositary: Sets forth where shares will be deposited.

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Tender Offer of Corporation
to Purchase Its Own Stock

 

 
To the Holders of Common Stock of [Company]
 
[company] (the “company”) offers to purchase up to ___ shares of its common stock if tendered prior to termination of this offer to purchase (the offer”), all subject to the terms and conditions set forth and in the letter of transmittal. If more than four million shares are duly tendered, the company reserves the right either to accept all shares tendered or to accept any number equal to or greater than four million shares. In the event that the number of shares tendered before [time], on [date], exceeds the number that will be accepted, all shares tendered through that time shall be accepted as nearly as possible on a pro rata basis (disregarding fractions), provided that all shares tendered by holders of fifty (50) or fewer shares of common stock who tender all their shares will be accepted before proration of the purchase of other tendered shares. If the number of shares tendered before [time] on [date] is less than the number that will be accepted, shares tendered subsequent to that date will be accepted on a first-come-first-served basis. In no event will shares received after [time] on [date] be accepted unless the offer is extended. All shares tendered and not purchased will be returned as soon as practicable after expiration of the offer.
 
The company will purchase its common stock at $___ per share net to the seller, in cash. All shares tendered by any shareholder may be withdrawn on or prior to [date], and unless purchased by the company, after [date].
 
As soon as practicable after termination of this offer, payment for all shares duly tendered and purchased pursuant to this offer will be made by the depositary on behalf of the company provided the depositary has duly received the letter of transmittal accompanied by certificates for shares being tendered. The company will pay any transfer taxes incident to the transfer to it from the seller of shares tendered and all charges and expenses of the depositary.
 
As soon as practicable, the company will pay a fee of $___ per share purchased in accordance with the terms of this offer to any member of a national securities exchange or of the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc., or a nonmember foreign dealer who has agreed to conform to the rules of fair practice of the NASD.
 
Any shareholder of the company wishing to tender his, her or its shares should complete and sign the letter of transmittal in conformity with the instructions on the reverse side of the letter of transmittal and mail or deliver it with the stock certificates to the depositary.
 
The following table, based on published reports, sets forth the high and low sales prices of the common stock on the New York Stock Exchange for the period from January 1, [year] through [date ]. On [date] (the last trading day prior to announcement of the offer), the closing price of the companys common stock on the New York Stock Exchange was $___.
 
High
Low
[Year 1]
$____
$____
[Year 2]
$____
$____
[Year 3]
$____
$____
[Year 4]
$____
$____
 
The offer is not made to directors of the company or their spouses, related trusts, estates, partnerships, or affiliates.
 
The offer is not being made, nor will tenders be accepted from, holders of common stock in any state in which the making or acceptance would not be in compliance with the securities or blue-sky laws of that state.
 
Depositary: [depositary]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Number of Pages6
DimensionsDesigned for Letter Size (8.5" x 11")
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This is the content of the form and is provided for your convenience. It is not necessarily what the actual form looks like and does not include the information, instructions and other materials that come with the form you would purchase. An actual sample can also be viewed by clicking on the "Sample Form" near the top left of this page.
 
 
Tender Offer of Corporation
to Purchase Its Own Stock

 

 
To the Holders of Common Stock of [Company]
 
[company] (the “company”) offers to purchase up to ___ shares of its common stock if tendered prior to termination of this offer to purchase (the offer”), all subject to the terms and conditions set forth and in the letter of transmittal. If more than four million shares are duly tendered, the company reserves the right either to accept all shares tendered or to accept any number equal to or greater than four million shares. In the event that the number of shares tendered before [time], on [date], exceeds the number that will be accepted, all shares tendered through that time shall be accepted as nearly as possible on a pro rata basis (disregarding fractions), provided that all shares tendered by holders of fifty (50) or fewer shares of common stock who tender all their shares will be accepted before proration of the purchase of other tendered shares. If the number of shares tendered before [time] on [date] is less than the number that will be accepted, shares tendered subsequent to that date will be accepted on a first-come-first-served basis. In no event will shares received after [time] on [date] be accepted unless the offer is extended. All shares tendered and not purchased will be returned as soon as practicable after expiration of the offer.
 
The company will purchase its common stock at $___ per share net to the seller, in cash. All shares tendered by any shareholder may be withdrawn on or prior to [date], and unless purchased by the company, after [date].
 
As soon as practicable after termination of this offer, payment for all shares duly tendered and purchased pursuant to this offer will be made by the depositary on behalf of the company provided the depositary has duly received the letter of transmittal accompanied by certificates for shares being tendered. The company will pay any transfer taxes incident to the transfer to it from the seller of shares tendered and all charges and expenses of the depositary.
 
As soon as practicable, the company will pay a fee of $___ per share purchased in accordance with the terms of this offer to any member of a national securities exchange or of the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc., or a nonmember foreign dealer who has agreed to conform to the rules of fair practice of the NASD.
 
Any shareholder of the company wishing to tender his, her or its shares should complete and sign the letter of transmittal in conformity with the instructions on the reverse side of the letter of transmittal and mail or deliver it with the stock certificates to the depositary.
 
The following table, based on published reports, sets forth the high and low sales prices of the common stock on the New York Stock Exchange for the period from January 1, [year] through [date ]. On [date] (the last trading day prior to announcement of the offer), the closing price of the companys common stock on the New York Stock Exchange was $___.
 
High
Low
[Year 1]
$____
$____
[Year 2]
$____
$____
[Year 3]
$____
$____
[Year 4]
$____
$____
 
The offer is not made to directors of the company or their spouses, related trusts, estates, partnerships, or affiliates.
 
The offer is not being made, nor will tenders be accepted from, holders of common stock in any state in which the making or acceptance would not be in compliance with the securities or blue-sky laws of that state.
 
Depositary: [depositary]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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