A management buyout is a transaction of acquisition (of stocks, shares or organised part of a company) from its owners. The transaction is conducted by the managers of a given company (MBO - management buyout) or by external managers (MBI - management buyin). If the funds are insufficient for conducting the transaction, it is necessary to use external resources in the form of a bank loan or support of an equity partner (e.g. a private equity fund, a financial investor). A buyout transaction characterised by a high level of external financing is called a leveraged buyout (LBO).
Depending on the type of transaction, JP Weber develops a specific structure of engaging the current board (MBO) and strategic financial investors. At every stage of transaction, until its finalisation, we ensure appropriate preparation in the following scope: