Management Buyout Law and Legal Definition
A management buyout is a form of acquisition where a corporation’s existing managers, directors, and officers acquire a large part or the entire corporation.
The term is also used to refer to a leveraged buyout of a company by an outside entity in which the company’s management has a significant financial interest.
The term is often abbreviated as MBO.
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