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With a Strategy Called Leveraged Buyouts, You Can Get a Company for 10% Down
July 1983 |Canadian Business | by Donald Hunter.

Increasingly, employees are executing leveraged buyouts of their companies. Such was the case when the managers of Doran's Northern Ontario Breweries Ltd. bought their company 6 years ago from Carling O'Keefe Ltd. to run it themselves. They raised C$1.5 million in share capital and borrowed CS3 million from banks. In a leveraged buyout. the buyers put up only a small part of the selling price; the rest is ñnanced with loans secured by company assets. Leveraged buyouts are also popular among professionals and entrepreneurs looking for investment opportunities that require a minimum of cash. Candidate companies favored by banks for leveraged buyouts have valuable assets. good management, steady earnings` and little or no debt. Before engaging in a leveraged buyout. as many costs as possible and seek outside help in structuring the deal. The benefits of leveraged buyouts are a chance for good returns and the satisfaction of running one's own business.
LBOs  employee-owned  employees  employee_ownership  leverage  buyouts 
january 2013 by jerryking
They made a world of their oyster
June 18 2008 19:04 FT book review by Tony Jackson of " Local Heroes
How Loch Fyne Oysters Embraced Employee Ownership and Business Success" By David Erdal
book_reviews  employee_ownership  employee-owned 
february 2009 by jerryking

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