Most involve leveraged buyouts
of middle-market companies with private-equity firms and mezzanine lenders.
It is believed that many companies that were targeted in leveraged buyouts
are deeply indebted now.
But even if the industry does lose one of its most colorful characters--as well as one of its best CEOs over the years-a deal that would involve Ireland's largest-ever leveraged buyout
would also value Smurfit's stake in JSG at well over Eur 200 million (US$ 188 million).
103 TC 345 (1994), Fort Howard borrowed over $2 billion to finance a leveraged buyout
of its stock.
Under each structure, the reduction in taxes to the leveraged buyout
is expressed as a percentage of the acquisition premium and also as a present value at the time of the buyout.
A leveraged buyout
typically consists of the purchase of a corporation, the "target," from its shareholders by an investment entity, known as the "acquiror.
a private investment firm specializing in leveraged buyouts
and investments in market-leading companies, today announced that one of its affiliated portfolio companies, Hunnebeck Group GmbH, ("Hunnebeck"), has been sold for 140 million euro in cash to Harsco Corporation , which is a leading international provider of industrial services and products.
1987: Reginald Lewis makes history by completing a $985 million leveraged buyout
of Beatrice International Foods.
In a leveraged buyout
(LBO), shareholders earn a substantial premium for their shares over recent trading prices.
This month's column discusses consensuses reached by the FASB Emerging Issues Task Force EITF or task force) concerning accounting for changes to fixed employee stock option plans resulting from an eqity restructuring, and concerning allocating basis to individual assets and liabilities acquired in certain leveraged buyout
said, "We would like to thank the Dura-Line management team for the great contribution that they have made to the success of our leveraged buyout
funds and wish them every success with Audax Group.
announced that it provided Riverlake Partners, LLC, a private equity buyout fund focused on traditional manufacturing industries, acquisition financing to complete its leveraged buyout
of the Decorative Systems Division of Pressac plc, a UK-based public company.