What is ANY-AND-ALL BID?

A TAKEOVER mechanism where a company seeking to acquire a target firm agrees to pay the same price for any shares that are tendered. The anyandall bid stands in contrast to the TWOTIER BID, where investors receive an inducement PREMIUM for tendering their shares by an initial cutoff date.

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