management buyout


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management buyout

n
(Commerce) the purchase of a company by its managers, usually with outside backing from a bank or other institution. Abbreviation: MBO
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But the plans failed to pay off and, after suffering major cash-flow problems, the firm's leadership team carried out a management buyout to save the business.
AN education company which provides vocational learning programmes has undergone a management buyout.
FAMILY firm Seabrook crisps has been snapped up in a PS35m management buyout.
The total compares with seven in the corresponding period in 2012, according to latest data published by the Centre for Management Buyout Research at Imperial College sponsored by business advisers Ernst and Young and Equistone Partners Europe.
ADPnews) - Jun 14, 2010 - Belgian financial services group KBC (EBR:KBC) will probably abandon the planned sale of its Peel Hunt broking unit in London if a management buyout fails, UK paper The Independent reported on Sunday.
The basis of this new partnership is a management buyout by the current managing director Joe Gasan at TES facilitated by funding and management support from ACI.
The management team at ABN AMRO Infrastructure Capital Management has agreed to a management buyout (MBO).
The Business Department (Berr), a management buyout team and two overseas companies interested in investing in the business will be in discussions to find a way of saving the plant which employs 850 workers.
A MANAGEMENT buyout team seeking to save van manufacturer LDV was calling for the Government today to come forward with a pounds 5m bridging loan to see the company through the next few weeks.
Plans for a management buyout were detailed at a mass meeting at the plant today.
THE North West private equity market has seen a huge hike in the value of individual deals, according to end of year statistics released by the Centre for Management Buyout Research (CMBOR).