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divestment

to strip one's investment from an entity.

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'Assets may be considered for divestment once the intended investment objectives and targeted returns have been achieved, as is the case with the divestment of our stake in the consortium,' it said.
With this sale, the company's divestment plan of unprofitable and not growing Internet businesses announced in April 2015 is now completed.
Deal teams must have the opportunity to prepare their businesses for the challenges they face on complicated divestments. This requires a much closer working relationship between the lawyers negotiating deal terms and regulatory clearances, and the operations team executing the commercial transaction and separation plans -- a point that came through very clearly from the businesses involved in the study."
According to SSAB, this transaction is a part of the divestment remedies required by the European Commission for the combination of Rautaruukki with SSAB.
The companies the Presbyterian Church has targeted for divestment are Caterpillar, Hewlettt-Packard and Motorola Solutions.
Eighty five percent of respondents saw an increased valuation multiple in the remaining business by basing the divestment on an updated definition of core operations.
The divestment has enabled expansion and creates opportunities for continued growth in the hygiene operations."
* another 280,000 metric tons/yr of woodfree coated capacity will also go with the divestment of the Grycksbo mill in Sweden
Ateek spoke of how North American churches had used divestment in the 1970s and '80s as part of a successful campaign to end apartheid in South Africa.
The company added that this divestment of Forma is in line with the strategy it had adopted in autumn 2013 for its portfolio operations and which meant that Forma, Kjell & Company and Cervera will have to be sold.
Downham says: Those under duress and forced to transact in the current market conditions are examining portfolios and pursuing divestments to raise capital and strengthen balance sheets.
This outlook is impacted by the divestments carried out in 2010.