Transfer And Rejuvenate An SME With An LBO
12 January 2023
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Why should owners of SMEs consider a Leveraged Buy-out (LBO) and
how should they proceed?
A LBO enables a family business to be transferred to a new
owner, while also injecting fresh capital and new ideas. A
well-structured deal can also ensure the continuation of a desired
ownership and management structure, as well as achieving strong
Watch the video and read the article of our Partner Anna Gassner
on using a LBO to transfer and rejuvenate a SME: Transfer and rejuvenate an SME
with an LBO | Paperjam News
Originally published 08.12.2022
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