Term:Interlocking Shareholdings

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The mutual exchange of shares between a group of companies, meant to bond the companies together without actually merging them. A measure to avoid threats of takeover bids. (If the interlocking of shareholdings is accompanied by joint voting agreement then the joint system of defence is termed “Pyramiding”.)

Synonyms:
Cross Shareholdings
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