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acquire

[ə′kwīr]
(electronics)
Of acquisition radars, the process of detecting the presence and location of a target in sufficient detail to permit identification.
Of tracking radars, the process of positioning a radar beam so that a target is in that beam to permit the effective employment of weapons. Also known as target acquisition.
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Further, the foreign acquirer's nationality and host country company managers' perceptions of it may influence positive or negative views on the acquirer's acquisition experience, its ability to conduct post-acquisition integration, its past acquisition successes and failures, and, more generally, its attractiveness and credibility as a future employer.
"We welcome Mashreq Bank to Dubai Government Establishment's (SDG) smart Dubai portal as an acquirer. This is part of the close multifaceted cooperation between Dubai Government, represented by DOF and SDG, and banking and financial institutions," said Al Saleh.
A merger or acquisition occurs between an acquirer and target firm, which act as two players in a non-cooperative game, which is built in MATLAB 2008b as an agent-based model.
Acquirer Systems, a privately held company based in Dublin, Ireland, offers solutions to help customers improve testing performance and take on complex payment technology changes, including payment system replacement, new payment card and terminal product development, and compliance with payment standards.
"Acquirers don't want to concede anything to a growing list of competitors as demand for IoT services in both consumer and industrial markets builds," said Brian Partridge, Vice President of 451 Research's mobility team.
Besides, a firm would have to give information about permanent account number details of the acquirer and PAC while making disclosures about its annual shareholding pattern.
The acquirer should ascertain whether the target operates in an industry that presents a high risk of corruption.
As an acquirer, credit unions have additional opportunities to generate income by performing transactions for members of other credit unions.
* Developing a binomial tree (using the Cox, Ross and Rubinstein (1979) model) to analyze the bid/ask prices and strike prices (based on the acquirer and target's type).
Thus, both poison pill varieties menace an acquirer with the prospect of severely diluting its equity investment.
This allows the acquirer to make decisions about the target's assets without the approval of the target's shareholders.
- Card Acquiring: Merchant processors, Major acquirers, Detailed acquirer table, ATMs, ATM networks, POS terminals, POS networks.