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acquisition of a company by purchasing a controlling percentage of its stock

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The North West had 53 buy-outs in 2016 with 32 in the first half of 2017.
Earlier this year, Burgis & Bullock Corporate Finance was voted Management Buy-Outs Advisory Firm of the Year at the Corporate Livewire's 2015 M&A Awards.
The team is currently working on 15 active buy-out deals which encompass a range of models including both upfront and phased buy-outs.
The quarter saw the highest overall value of buy-outs in the region since the second quarter of 2005 (pounds 1.
The number of buy-outs fell to the lowest level since 1992 - with 48 deals completed in the region representing a 28% decline on the 67 deals completed in 2008 and 38% down on the 78 deals of 2007.
As expected, the number of deals in the region also declined, with just 12 buy-outs completed in the first nine months of 2009, compared with 24 for 2008.
Because of the credit crunch, the value of buy-outs globally sank last year, but Al Kudsi said that reputable funds could still secure bank loans in the Middle East and North Africa, to help seal small- and medium-size deals of up to $250 million.
In quarter four of 2007, there were no secondary buy-outs over pounds 250m in the UK.
It is the second phase of the Big Lottery Fund's Scottish buy-outs after the success of its pounds 15million scheme in the Highlands.
BUSINESS buy-outs in the UK are lagging way behind European counterparts with the French and Germans surging ahead, a Birmingham expert revealed.
Weiner has considerable expertise in coordinating the real estate aspects of multi-property, multi-jurisdictional projects, including leveraged buy-outs and other corporate acquisitions.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-21 June 2004-Arla Foods plans buy-outs or merger - report(C)1994-2004 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
The phenomenon isn't necessarily a trend of aggressive buy-outs, however.
Faced with allegations by the new personal communications service (PCS) licensees that municipalities and other incumbent microwave radio users are trying to negotiate exorbitant "buy-outs" of their microwave frequencies, the FCC has put out for public comment new procedures to facilitate such buy-outs.
It might be hard to top the 80s with its friendly and hostile takeovers, leveraged buy-outs and aggressive maneuvers by foreign rubber firms in the North American market.