But in written parliamentary evidence, groups liKe the Wrexham Supporters' Trust have since claimed Mr Moss and Mr DicKens paid pounds 3.3m for the club as part of a "leveraged buy-out
This arises because PEFs finance buy-outs by raising capital from pension and insurance funds (around 80% of PEF business is leveraged buy-outs
Venture capital interest, leveraged buy-outs
, reconsolidation of debt, Graeme Souness and his big gay 'tache...what does it all mean?
* In one of the biggest-ever leveraged buy-outs
, Kinder Morgan, an energy distributor and pipeline operator based in Houston, accepted a sweetened $15 billion offer from a consortium of private-equity groups and investors led by its chief executive and co-founder, Richard Kinder.
These type of venture capitalists specialize in leveraged buy-outs
and are now prominent in driving acquisitions and mergers throughout western European.
Weiner has considerable expertise in coordinating the real estate aspects of multi-property, multi-jurisdictional projects, including leveraged buy-outs
and other corporate acquisitions.
In recent years, PAI Partners has led several of the largest European leveraged buy-outs
of sector-leading companies.
Now that the dust has settled and "the deal" has been done, the Jefferson Smurfit Group (JSG) is back to the day-to-day business of doing business without the stress and distraction of dealing with one of the largest leveraged buy-outs
the industry has witnessed.
Venture capital and management-led, leveraged buy-outs
. Journal of Business Venturing, 7, 47-71.
(not to mention bond-issues, leveraged buy-outs
and so on)--were taking place.
With one glaring exception, however, he portrays Gillette's unsolicited suitors as "raiders," "predators," "bottom feeding New York speculators," and "sharks." (The exception: the "professional and respectful" contingent from Kohlberg, Kravis, Roberts, from whom Gillette would acquire Duracell, still one of its major units.) McKibben seems unaware of the all the nagging quantitative evidence suggesting that hostile takeovers and leveraged buy-outs
- even, in many instances, LBOs financed with junk bonds - often restored competitiveness and profitability to languishing giants like Gillette.