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MBO

Management Buyout

The act of the senior management of a publicly-traded company buying all of the company's shares outstanding. A management buyout gives the management complete control of the company and allows it to operate without recourse to shareholders. A management buyout is usually heavily leveraged and is a form of going private.

MBO

see MANAGEMENT BY OBJECTIVES, MANAGEMENT BUYOUT.
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However, it is essential to adopt a single nomenclature and a new accounting system in all ministerial departments and public operators, besides the revision of systems to adapt to MBO, he added.
Changing the business plan six months into the MBO was very significant for Aesica.
With the blessing of Deloitte's leadership, the Resources Connection management team, led by its chief executive, Don Murray, began searching for a partner to help finance an MBO.
As the floodwaters receded, many of the MBO islands moving with the floodwaters were left stranded at high water marks on the floodplain in many parts of the Richmond and tributaries.
An MBO firm pays strict attention to the control mechanism.
MBO creates a set of goals and objectives by which performance is evaluated.
Copies of our entire MBO package were forwarded to laboratory administration and included in the budget packet sent from the lab to hospital administration.
Looking beyond the initial transaction, securing private equity funding to complete an MBO should only represent the very beginning of the financial and strategic support that a good private equity investor can bring to a business.
An MBO is seen as the best option to aid the smooth continuation of a business because the management team already has a good understanding of the company and its potential, and have existing relationships with clients, suppliers, financial partners and, importantly, staff.
Mobeus is delighted to have backed the existing management team in their MBO and we look forward to supporting Tessella's further international expansion.
The company has agreed to an MBO by Fortis Investments, a part of BNP Paribas (BNPP.