management buy-in

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Management Buy-In

The act or practice of an outside investor buying a controlling interest in a publicly-traded company and leaving the current management intact. That is, unlike most acquisitions, the outside investor does not fire the top or middle level managers and bring in his own managers. Instead, the outside investor usually only places representatives on the board of directors.

management buy-in

the TAKEOVER of a company, or of a division of a company by a small group of shareholders (often ex-managers of the company) who then form the nucleus of a new management team to run the company or division. As with a MANAGEMENT BUYOUT (the takeover of a company by its existing management) management buy-ins are often financed by the issue of loan capital subscribed by financial institutions such as merchant banks and VENTURE CAPITAL specialists. See JUNK BOND/MEZZANINE DEBT.

management buy-in

the purchase of a company, or division of a company, by a small group of shareholders (often ex-managers of the company) who then form the nucleus of a new management team to run the company or division. See MANAGEMENT BUYOUT, VENTURE CAPITAL.
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Ms Davies will join the corporate department and will be involved in all elements of corporate finance including mergers, acquisitions, management buy ins, management buy outs and private equity investments for a range of clients, specifically within the life science and healthcare, technology and pharmaceutical sectors.
In his new role Mr Needham will lead a six-strong team that specialises in providing bespoke funding solutions to support leveraged financed transactions such as acquisitions, management buyout and management buy ins.
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Over the year we have had a large number of high quality projects with good growth potential coming to us for investment from business start-ups and management buy ins or buyouts to existing companies looking to expand" says Area Manager Simon Hamilton.

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