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DEFINITION of 'Schedule TO-C'

This schedule, filed with the SEC, is simply any written communication relating to a tender offer. The tender offer may be either an issuer or a third party tender offer. Schedule TO-C also requires the calculation of the filing fee.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Schedule TO-C'

A tender offer is a public offer to buy all or some of the shares in a corporation from the existing shareholders. The offer may be made by the company itself or by interested outside third parties.

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