Definition of management buyout in English:

management buyout

Line breaks: man¦age|ment buy¦out

noun

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
More example sentences
  • The only possibility of a boost for the shares, in the short term, is a management buyout or a takeover.
  • On that basis, the management buyout of Aer Lingus is likely to go ahead.
  • After a successful management buyout, Mrs Warsi began diversifying into Thai, Malaysian, Chinese and American food.

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