subsidiaries

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plural of subsidiary
Controlled companies with more than 50 % participation
Subsidiaries are those entities over whose financial and operating policies the Group has power to exercise control, so as to obtain benefits from their activities
A company in which between 50% and 100% of the shares are held by another company is deemed to be a subsidiary It is normal practice to assume that the parent controls the subsidiary It is important for accounting and analysis, because 100% of the revenue and profits down to the pre-tax level are ascribed to the parent company The amount of profit due to the other shareholders is deducted at a line called minorities
subsidiary
secondary or subordinate
subsidiary
A company owned by the parent company or holding company
subsidiary
{a} assistant, helping brought in aid
subsidiary
One who, or that which, contributes aid or additional supplies; an assistant; an auxiliary
subsidiary
For TPO Home Mortgages, a Subsidiary is a corporation that is controlled by a Seller through the Seller's ownership of sufficient shares of voting stock to control the appointment of the members of the board of directors of the Subsidiary (Source: FHLMC Single- Family Seller/Servicer Guide, Glossary)
subsidiary
A separate business entity filing reports under state and federal account numbers-different than those of the parent company (Also see: Division)
subsidiary
{i} subsidiary company, company that is owned or controlled by another company
subsidiary
{s} supplementary, auxiliary; secondary, lesser in importance; of or pertaining to a subsidy
subsidiary
A company whose stock is owned by a controlling company
subsidiary
owned or controlled by another company
subsidiary
A company owned by another corporation
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A paper on this subject by the Council of Europe states that "subsidiarity is a fashionable idea today, although its meaning remains unclear" It is not a term with a limited technical meaning applying to governmental structures Rather, it conveys a political philosophy, which is the constant search for a decision-making level as close to the citizen as possible For some, this also implies that the political power in a society rests inherently with the individual, not the state
subsidiary
an incorporated enterprise in the host country in which another entity directly owns more than a half of the shareholder's voting power and has the right to appoint or remove a majority of the members of the administrative, management or supervisory body
subsidiary
A subsidiary is a company which is owned or controlled by another firm or company Subsidiaries include firms in which your company owns more than 50 percent of the outstanding voting stock, as well as firms in which your company has the power to direct or cause the direction of the management and policies
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If something is subsidiary, it is less important than something else with which it is connected. The economics ministry has increasingly played a subsidiary role to the finance ministry. = secondary. subsidiaries a company that is owned or controlled by another larger company. connected with, but less important than something else = secondary
subsidiary
A company which is controlled by another company, usually by owning the majority of the first company's shares
subsidiary
Of or pertaining to a subsidy; constituting a subsidy; being a part of, or of the nature of, a subsidy; as, subsidiary payments to an ally
subsidiary
an assistant subject to the authority or control of another
subsidiary
A company that is owned by another company, its parent
subsidiary
A company that is owned and controlled by another company, but that operates separately from the controlling company
subsidiary
a corporation, company, partnership, or association that is controlled by another (per WAC 208-660-010)
subsidiary
A foreign operation incorporated in the host country and owned 50% or more by a parent corporation Foreign operations that are not incorporated are called "branches "
subsidiary
relating to something that is added but is not essential; "an ancillary pump"; "an adjuvant discipline to forms of mysticism"; "The mind and emotions are auxilliary to each other"
subsidiary
functioning in a subsidiary or supporting capacity; "the main library and its auxiliary branches"
subsidiary
of, or relating to a subsidy
subsidiary
Furnishing aid; assisting; auxiliary; helping; tributary; especially, aiding in an inferior position or capacity; as, a subsidiary stream
subsidiary
a company owned or controlled by another company
subsidiary
A company of which more than 50% of its voting shares are owned by another corporation, called the parent company Compare with affilliate BACK TO TOP
subsidiary
A corporation that is either wholly owned or controlled through ownership of a majority of its voting shares, by another corporation or business entity
subsidiary
a company partly or wholly owned by a holding company or a parent company
subsidiary
A company that is legally controlled by another company
subsidiary
a subordinate theme
subsidiary
A corporation owned by another corporation
subsidiary
auxiliary or supplemental
subsidiary
a company under the control or parentage of another company which owns all or most of it It is its own entity and pays its own tax
subsidiary
A subsidiary or a subsidiary company is a company which is part of a larger and more important company. British Asia Airways, a subsidiary of British Airways
subsidiary
a company that is completely controlled by another company
subsidiaries

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    sub·sid·i·ar·ies

    Türkische aussprache

    sıbsîdieriz

    Aussprache

    /səbˈsədēˌerēz/ /səbˈsɪdiːˌɛriːz/

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