Bankmail Engagement

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What is a Bankmail Engagement? Meaning.

A Bankmail Engagement is an anti-hostile takeover arrangement whereby the bank of a target firm agrees to refuse to finance another acquirer's bid.


A Bankmail Agreement is meant to stop other potential acquirers from receiving similar financing arrangements.


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