§ 240.14d-11 Subsequent offering period.  


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  • A bidder may elect to provide a subsequent offering period of at least three business days during which tenders will be accepted if:

    (a) The initial offering period of at least 20 business days has expired;

    (b) The offer is for all outstanding securities of the class that is the subject of the tender offer, and if the bidder is offering security holders a choice of different forms of consideration, there is no ceiling on any form of consideration offered;

    (c) The bidder immediately accepts and promptly pays for all securities tendered during the initial offering period;

    (d) The bidder announces the results of the tender offer, including the approximate number and percentage of securities deposited to date, no later than 9:00 a.m. Eastern time on the next business day after the expiration date of the initial offering period and immediately begins the subsequent offering period;

    (e) The bidder immediately accepts and promptly pays for all securities as they are tendered during the subsequent offering period; and

    (f) The bidder offers the same form and amount of consideration to security holders in both the initial and the subsequent offering period.

    [64 FR 61462, Nov. 10, 1999, as amended at 73 FR 60092, Oct. 9, 2008]

[64 FR 61462, Nov. 10, 1999, as amended at 73 FR 60092, Oct. 9, 2008