offeror


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to offeror: Offeree

offeror

n. a person or entity who makes a specific proposal to another (the offeree) to enter into a contract. (See: contract, offer, offeree)

References in periodicals archive ?
The Offeror Must Notify The Purchasing Agency In Writing If Any Of These Dates Indicated In This Schedule Cannot Be Met.
0% of the Depositary Receipts (excluding treasury Depositary Receipts) tendered for acceptance, together with Depositary Receipts already held by the Offeror representing 66.
If two or more persons act together pursuant to an agreement or understanding, whether formal or informal, to acquire or control an interest in relevant securities of an offeree company or a securities exchange offeror, they will be deemed to be a single person for the purpose of Rule 8.
As to the adoption of optical technologies to the medical area, the Tender Offeror and the Target have been developing advanced medical products such as endoscope diagnostics, minimally invasive surgical technologies and bionic materials including new ceramics and intraocular lenses.
Proposal risk answers the question, "What is the likelihood of the offeror actually being able to perform the work proposed in response to mission capability?
Additionally, the offeror is asked to certify the commerciality of the offered items.
This right is designed to defeat a two-tiered tender offer by preventing the tender offeror from offering a lower price for shares once the tender offeror has acquired control of the company.
The Common Shares were issued to the Offeror pursuant to the Transaction, which was a private debt settlement transaction that occurred outside of any market or other facility, in settlement of the Debt, representing an issue price of CDN$0.
The Offeror shall provide the same design and layout of the sample billing.
The Offeror has indicated that it seeks to acquire 100% of the Group's assets following Settlement of the Offer
Very Good/Significant Confidence -- Based on the offeror's performance record, little doubt exists that the offeror will successfully perform the required effort.