ASI » Topics » “Fair Market Value”

This excerpt taken from the ASI DEF 14A filed May 29, 2008.
“Fair Market Value” of the Common Stock on the Valuation Date means the closing price of a share of Common Stock on the principal national securities exchange (including NYSE) on which the Common Stock is listed or traded on such date or, if Common Stock was not traded on such date, on the last preceding day on which the Common Stock was traded. If at any time such Common Stock is not listed on any national securities exchange, the Fair Market Value shall be the value of such Common Stock as determined in good faith by the Committee in any other manner consistent with the Code and accompanying regulations that the Committee determines appropriate.

 

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