Super-majority amendment

Super-majority amendment

Super-majority amendment is a defensive tactic requiring that a substantial majority, usually 67% to 90%, of shareholders approve a merger. This amendment makes a hostile takeover much more difficult to perform.

ee also

*Mergers & acquisitions

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