This category defines concepts relating to types of controlling parties.
The concepts defined here are party in role concepts, which define the nature of some entity such as an organization or a legal person, in some role such as that of owning a controlling interest in the entity or of controlling that entity.
These roles are defined in terms of the types of control enjoyed by the party, for example de facto or de jure control. An important feature of this category is the distinction between the holding of a controlling interest (such as voting shares), and the de facto existence of control of one body by another as asserted in company filings or as a conclusion drawn from computational analysis of controlling interests.
Pages in category "Control Parties"
The following 37 pages are in this category, out of 37 total.
- COCO Bondholder
- Constitutional Contractual Control
- Constitutional De Jure Control
- Contractual Control
- Contractual Controlling Party
- Controlled Party
- Controlling Alliance
- Controlling Interest Option Holder
- Controlling Interest Party
- Controlling Leverage Party
- Counterparty Group
- Court Appointed Control
- Cross Collateralisation
- Cross Default
- Cross Default Provisions