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Management buyout (MBO)

Leveraged buyout whereby the acquiring group is led by the firm's management.

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.

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In the West Midlands there have been three management buyouts completed so far in the second quarter of 2013, following a period of no buyout activity during the first quarter of the year.
8 billion of assets and focus on supporting management buyouts in Britain, technology investments in Asia, mid-market private equity and mezzanine deals in the US, and management buyouts and providing capital for growing businesses in Africa.
Pub group Yates's is in talks with a private equity group that could lead to a management buyout.
The Wigan-based operator is 65pc owned by Bridgepoint Capital following an pounds 83m management buyout five years ago.
For success in what one COO of a management buyout firm dubs the "manager's decade," he details three issues that are central: what skills the executive needs, what preparations need to he made and how to manage the exit.
Founded in 1981, Harvest Partners is a New York-based private equity investment firm, pursuing management buyouts and growth financings of middle-market businesses.
a newly formed corporation, had successfully completed the management buyout of the Stretch Fabric Business from Lida Inc.
Ironbridge is focused on investments in medium- to large-sized management buyout and expansion capital transactions headquartered in Australia and New Zealand.
Headquartered in New York City with an office in Denver, Vestar has organized 13 successful management buyouts during the past six years with a total value of approximately $1.
With a focus on business services, information services, computer and communications hardware, and enterprise software, Austin Ventures invests at all stages of company development, from $100,000 "planned experiments" to $50+ million investments in management buyouts.

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