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A split off is the separation of a subsidiary from the parent by splitting the shareholders of the parent company’s stock from the shareholders of the subsidiary. Split-offs are often used to downsize a company or defend against a hostile takeover. In a split-off, a new company is created to take over the operations of an existing unit and some of the parent’s shareholders will receive the stocks in the new company.

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