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Definition Lobster Trap. Description.

A Lobster Trap is an anti-takeover strategy whereby the target firm passes a provision preventing anyone with more than 10% ownership of convertible securities (convertible bond, convertible preferred stock, or warrant) from transferring these securities to voting stock.

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  The Concept of a Lobster Trap and An Example
A Lobster Trap is based on the process of acquiring securities from small stock holders and merging them into voting stock so as to prevent rival companies to take over the target firm. The etymology of the phrase comes from the idea that lobsters ar...
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