M&A: Basics

If my company is bought for stock of the acquirer, will I be able to purchase the same number of shares in the buyer as I am allowed to with my current options and restricted stock? This is premium content

Not necessarily. If an acquirer is using its stock to pay for shares of your company, then the purchase will be denominated in stock according to one of several methods...
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