earn out


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earn out

verb bring to a zero balance, bring up to date, defray the expenses, lend, loan, paid back, pay back after an advance, repayment, used upGenerally: indemnify, recoupment, reimburse, remit
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It will therefore be essential in cases where the earn out does relate to the disposal of shares for the terms of the earn out to be fully documented.
Additional earn outs of up to USD 55m are to be paid based on achievement of certain performance targets over next two years.
The company declined to release acquisition prices but stated that it was a combination of cash and stock and included earn outs for management based upon revenue and profitability objectives.