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  • Class 1 — A major transaction for a listed company, the size of which results in a 25% threshold being reached under any one of the class tests set out in the Listing Rules. For class 1 transactions, the Listing Rules require an announcement to a… …   Law dictionary

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  • class tests — Also known as the percentage ratio tests. In accordance with the Listing Rules, a number of tests to be performed when a listed company enters into a transaction outside its ordinary course of business. The class tests are used to compare the… …   Law dictionary

  • Class 2 — A transaction for a listed company, the size of which results in a percentage ratio of 5% or more, but less than 25% under any one of the class tests set out in the Listing Rules. For a class 2 transaction, the Listing Rules require notification… …   Law dictionary

  • Class 3 — A transaction for a listed company, the size of which results in a percentage ratio of less than 5% under the class tests set out in the Listing Rules. A Class 3 transaction does not require announcement to a Regulatory Information Service unless …   Law dictionary

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