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Leveraged Buyout (LBO)

In a leveraged buyout, an investor acquires a controlling interest in a given private company’s equity by borrowing a large portion of the capital to finance the transaction. The acquired private company’s assets are often used as collateral against the borrowed capital. In a leveraged buyout, a combination of debt instruments from bank and capital markets are deployed.

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