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Understand the concept of control without a majority of the voting rights as it relates to acquisitions and reverse acquisitions.
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An investor might have control over an investee even when it has less than a majority of the voting rights of that investee (commonly referred to as "de factor control" by industry participants). International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) discusses the concept of having control without a majority of the voting rights; however, the application of this concept remains a highly judgmental area of accounting.
To better understand this concept, read Viewpoints: Applying IFRSs in the Oil and Gas Industry — Business Combinations: Acquisition of Control Without a Majority of the Voting Right.
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