What is Leveraged Buyout?

A Leveraged Buyout or LBO for short is when a company is purchased by typically a private equity firm using the purchased company’s assets and cash flow to acquire a loan to buy the company. Many times the buyer will put down a minimal down payment and a highly leveraged loan will be used to fund the transaction.

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How Private Equity and Debt Financing Can Be the Perfect Mix

How Private Equity and Debt Financing Can Be the Perfect Mix

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