The M&A Word of the Day® from the Book of Jargon® – Global Mergers & Acquisitions is Crown Jewels Lock-Up

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Latham & Watkins partner Timothy FitzSimons explains the M&A term Crown Jewels Lock-Up, a term referring to an M&A technique where the critical assets of a target company are locked-up. For additional definitions of the legal and business terms often encountered in the structuring, negotiation and execution of mergers, visit www.lw.com/m-and-a.

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Topics:  Business Assets, Lock-Up Requirements, Mergers

Published In: Business Organization Updates, International Trade Updates, Mergers & Acquisitions Updates

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