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The purchase of a controlling share in a company by its executive directors and/or managers.‘it is letting the company go in a management buyout backed by a private investment group’
- ‘On that basis, the management buyout of Aer Lingus is likely to go ahead.’
- ‘The proper treatment of investors and third party investors in the case of a management buyout is also important, said Reilly.’
- ‘For taxation purposes, the deal has been officially classed as a demerger rather than a management buyout.’
- ‘When the company reported its interim results last November, Moran said that a management buyout was always an option.’
- ‘Green Property announced that certain members of the executive team have decided not to proceed with a management buyout.’
- ‘The poor outlook has now led brokers to suggest that a management buyout may take place.’
- ‘In recent months, speculation has grown that the firm could be a bid target, amid reports that a management buyout is being considered.’
- ‘He completed the management buyout of the company 10 days ago.’
- ‘The low share price triggered speculation that the McCann family, which controls Fyffes, was considering a management buyout.’
- ‘The levels of debt at the company may hinder a potential management buyout.’
- ‘If the company is currently undervalued by the stock market, some analysts will not rule out the possibility of a management buyout.’
- ‘Vernon led an attempted management buyout last year because of what he perceived as a lack of interest in property stocks.’
- ‘After a successful management buyout, Mrs Warsi began diversifying into Thai, Malaysian, Chinese and American food.’
- ‘As liberating and potentially lucrative as a management buyout can be, it is also a very risky transaction.’
- ‘In certain circumstances, it can also be used to facilitate a management buyout or acquisition.’
- ‘Norah Casey, the chief executive of Smurfit Communications, is considering a management buyout.’
- ‘Harmonia is wholly owned by Casey, who said that she secured financial backing from a bank to complete the management buyout.’
- ‘Following a management buyout in 1999, 35 senior managers have stakes in the company.’
- ‘The only possibility of a boost for the shares, in the short term, is a management buyout or a takeover.’
- ‘Along with Anthony Martin, he led a management buyout of Doherty Advertising in a deal worth about €6 million.’
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