mandatory reorganization (without options)
- Reorganisation corporate action that usually occurs without any action required on the part of individual holders of the security. In such case, transactions in the impacted security often cannot continue to occur in their original state and a ‘transformation' process (which generally involves a cancel and replace) takes place.
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