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leveraged-buyout

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  • In addition to his role at Berenson & Co., he will continue to be a partner at Oak Investment Partners, a venture-capital firm, and Diamond Capital Holdings, a leveraged-buyout firm.

    Banking Vet Lockhart Joins Street Stampede to Boutiques

  • The last flood of such IPOs, from 2004 to 2006, resulted in annual returns of about 35% for the leveraged-buyout firms and their investors, say people involved in those deals.

    Private Equity Makes Return to IPO Game

  • The fund attracted a lot of attention then because Ted Forstmann, a founder of the Forstmann, Little & Co. leveraged-buyout firm, and John Walton, whose father was Sam Walton, between them put $100 million behind the effort and raised another $100 million.

    Forstmann's Not So Little Idea

  • For example, Barclays is still sitting on more than £ 23 billion in assets that were at the heart of the financial crisis: collateralized debt obligations, commercial real-estate loans and property, and leveraged-buyout loans.

    Barclays Sees Profit Jump 36%

  • Warren Buffett has recorded a big loss on a troubled investment, one he made near the height of the leveraged-buyout boom.

    Battered Bonds a Berkshire Blemish

  • As an architect of the leveraged-buyout craze in the 1980s, and as an activist shareholder in more recent decades, Mr. Icahn has shown himself uniquely willing to play the bond markets in aggressive ways.

    Icahn-Dynegy Plan Gets Test

  • It is a noteworthy success, especially given how some of the deals done during the leveraged-buyout boom of the last decade have struggled.

    Providence Cashes In on Kabel Deutschland

  • The options market perceives the potential for leveraged-buyout activity to be high.

    On Sale: Put Protection on Retailers

  • So far this year, companies have sold $49.7 billion of investment-grade and high-yield bonds in the U.S. with net proceeds earmarked for current or future acquisitions and leveraged-buyout costs, according to data provider Dealogic.

    Merger Financing Drives Busy Day in Corporate Debt Issues

  • That a stock sale, even in a leveraged-buyout LBO transaction, could be unraveled four years after the fact and the sellers forced to return money might be unprecedented.

    Sam Zell's Nightmare Continues

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