buy-out


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buy-out

[ˈbaɪəʊt]
A. Ncompra f de la totalidad de las acciones
management buy-outcompra f de acciones por los gerentes
workers' buy-outcompra f de una empresa por los trabajadores
B. CPD buy-out clause Ncláusula f de rescisión
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THE UK buy-out market has been on something of a rollercoaster since the middle of 2016 when the decision was made to leave the EU.
There have not yet been any bumper 1bn plus buy-in or buy-out transactions in 2016 so far.
Most recently, the firm was a finalist at the Midlands Dealmaker Awards 2015 held in Birmingham in the category SME Deal of the Year for its role as lead adviser on the secondary management buy-out of Southambased Engineering Technology Group.
A specialist team from the Wales Co-operative Centre is working on 15 active buy-out deals, encompassing "a range of models including both upfront and phased buy-outs".
Responding to increased interest the ABI and NAPF have published an updated Bulk-Insured Pensions guidance: A Good Practice Guide 2011 to help trustees understand the process of entering into a buy-out or buy-in bulk insured pension scheme.
At the end of October, Buy-Out said it planned to dispose of its 50% stake in Austria Email.
However, the survey from the Centre for Management Buy-out Research (CMBOR), sponsored by Barclays Private Equity, showed that just two deals accounted for most of the total and the actual number of transactions fell.
BUY-OUT values have slumped in Yorkshire, latest figures reveal.
5m), according to the Centre for Management Buy-out Research (CMBOR).
New figures show that the UK buy-out market fell from pounds 12.
The buy-out costs to be apportioned, however, are capped at $250,000 per microwave link, plus $150,000 for each new tower.
Buy-out numbers in the lower midmarket pounds 10-100 million range rose 70 percent in 2010 to 77, with 98 completed in 2011 and a further 28 in Q1 2012.