Tuesday November 24, 2020

MBOs see rise in activity as funding is more available

27th November, 2016
Anya Cummins, partner, corporate finance, Deloitte

Management Buy-Outs (MBOs) are a very effective way of transitioning ownership to executives already working in the business. While MBOs became a rarity during the recession years, 2015 and 2016 have seen a rise in MBO activity, underpinned by a strengthened funding market.

“The funding market for MBOs in Ireland is particularly strong, and where businesses can articulate well-formulated growth strategies and the potential to become market leaders in their particular niche, the opportunities to attract world-class...

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