Contingent value rights

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A Contingent Value Rights (CVR) is a type of option that can be issued by the buyer of a company to the sellers. It specifies an event, which, if triggered, lets the sellers acquire more shares in the target company.

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  • [1] - CVR on Investopedia
  • [2] - Contingent Value Rights in Acquisitions: Theory and Empirical Evidence