LBO

LBO may refer to:

  • large bowel obstruction
  • Ladies Bowling Organization, a Japanese professional women's bowling organization, sponsored by Daigaku Honyaku Center
  • Leveraged buyout, a method of acquiring a company
  • Lithium triborate (LiB3O5), substance
  • Left Business Observer, an economics newsletter published by Doug Henwood

Other articles related to "lbo, lbos":

Private Equity - Strategies - Leveraged Buyout
... Leveraged buyout, LBO or Buyout refers to a strategy of making equity investments as part of a transaction in which a company, business unit or business assets is acquired ... Acquisition debt in an LBO is often non-recourse to the financial sponsor and has no claim on other investment managed by the financial sponsor ... Therefore, an LBO transaction's financial structure is particularly attractive to a fund's limited partners, allowing them the benefits of leverage but greatly limiting the degree of recourse of that leverage ...
Bjälbo
... Bjälbo is a small village in Mjölby Municipality, Östergötland, Sweden ... The medieval House of Bjelbo had a church and a manor house at Bjälbo ... King Kol Sverkerson was killed in a battle at Bjälbo ...
Long Beach Opera - History
... the Los Angeles Times' chief music and dance critic Martin Bernheimer called LBO's "wild, wonderful Poppea." Both operas were staged by the maverick director Christopher Alden ... Significant LBO productions during Milenski's tenure included Powder Her Face by Thomas Adès, Richard Strauss’ Elektra (which was televised in Germany), Janáček's From the House of the Dead, The ... Several American premieres have been presented on the LBO stage, including King Roger by Karol Szymanowski, Mozart’s, Schoenberg’s Die Jakobsleiter, Bernd Alois Zimmermann’s Turning, I Saw Great Injustice ...
Leveraged Buyout
... A leveraged buyout (LBO) is an acquisition (usually of a company but it can also be single assets like a real estate) where the purchase price is financed through a combination of equity and debt and in ... effectively serves as a lever to increase returns which explain the origin of the term LBO ... LBOs are a very common occurrence in today's M A environment ...
Leveraged Buyout - Failures
... Some LBOs pre 2000 have resulted in corporate bankruptcy, such as Robert Campeau's 1988 buyout of Federated Department Stores and the 1986 buyout of the ... Many LBOs of the boom period 2005 - 2007 were also financed with too high a debt burden ... The inability to repay debt in an LBO can be caused by initial overpricing of the target firm and/or its assets ...